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The Last Question is a podcast that asks important questions in order to help solve our most important problems. Author, speaker, and leadership expert John Maxwell reminds us that everything we do “rises and falls on leadership.” I agree, so have built TLQ to accomplish one thing: Challenge all of us to be better and lead better.

Latest Posts

What COVID-19 Gave Me (Part II): The Time and Space to Work on Myself

The COVID-19 meditation series continues this week with Part II, “The Time and Space to Work on Myself.” As I strive to learn all I can from the last 15 months, I realized just what a unique opportunity I had once relegated to our bedroom-turned-office. Like millions of other office-dwellers who’d long struggled to demonstrate…More

We’re Each Unique … And All The Same | Joey Utah

I’m excited to release this week’s episode, lucky number 13 (!), a conversation with Joey Utah. Joey’s a fellow Air Force veteran and spent his time as a security forces member at several locations including Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana, home to the tried and true B-52 and the Air Force’s nuclear operations major command.…More

What COVID-19 Gave Me (Part I): My Life

I started Monday Morning Meditations because good questions often matter more than good answers … and I know the best questions we can ask take a lot longer than five minutes to think through and answer. It’s true at work, it’s true at home, and it’s true when looking inward at ourselves. Each week I…More

Lead Your Week: What is Your Leadership “Philosophy?”

I used to hate being asked this question. Not because it wasn’t important, but because of what usually came after it. The idea that your answer had to meet some specified criteria, or was something another person could judge as “correct.” Maybe that’s possible; what I’ve found in the last couple years, though, is that…More

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