Posts Tagged ‘Ronald Reagan’



Like Why Don’t We Make Inspiring Speeches Anymore?

My wife Kathleen and I visited the amazing exhibit on President Abraham Lincoln at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library here in California this weekend. Done in partnership with Dreamworks Studios, it was an incredibly unique and eclectic collection of Lincoln memorabilia from numerous private collections. During the tour, I was reading one of Lincoln’s personal letters with a group of young men in their twenties. After reading Lincoln’s letter this is Read the full article »

Ideas Are Powerful, but Stories Are Ideas in Action

A few years ago, I hosted a 10-year anniversary event for a European nonprofit satellite TV network. The formal event was held in the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California. Before the dinner, we were taken on a tour of the presidential museum, of Ronald and Nancy’s private quarters and even were given a tour of Air Force One, majestically enshrined in its own wing of the museum.  As we walked through the exhibits—particularly the areas chronicling President Reagan’s role in the fall of the Soviet Union—I was captivated by a powerful inscription on the wall of the exhibit. It was a quote from Soviet leader Joseph Stalin: Read the full article »