Recently, I had a dear uncle pass away. Days before and even during his service proceedings, many would ask if I was okay? As I remembered my uncle's life, I was in awe of the fact that he lived. He didn't just exist, but decided the course of his life and when things went in opposite direction of his intention, he would assess the worst case situation-realize he wasn't dealing with that and would for lack of a better term, brush himself off and keep going. What was most important was that he felt like a success, which provided him with energy and motivation to persist and taken on anything he desired.
During the month of February, Charles A. Archer had the opportunity to interview three African American men who have and continue to influence social change beyond Black History Month.
Unobstructed views-how to get back there? When do we learn to put limits on ourselves? How does fear take over and envelope us to paralysis? To usher in 2015, I went somewhere I'd never been, Australia, and I went alone. We believe that 2015 is The Year of Everybody and we seek to #UniteAndIgnite with you in the following ways:
It's that time of year again-the merriment of holidays, the time when we 'Reflect and Proceed.' It's hustling and bustling, mistletoe's, holiday parties, shopping for expensive presents and spending time with family, friends, colleagues and acquaintances.
Thank you to everyone who was able to attend the EP International book launch on Thursday November 13th, 2014.
On November 13th, from 6PM- 9PM join author, speaker, Charles A. Archer, in conjunction with REISS for an Evening of Leaders, Teams, Books and Fashion where there will be readings from his newest book, Everybody Paddles: A Leader's Blueprint for Creating a Unified Team.
Charles A. Archer is an internationally acclaimed leadership author and lecturer. His newest book will be released September 23, 2014 and is already available pre-order via Barnes and Nobles...
It's that time again. After re-dedicating ourselves and applying ourselves to our goals for the new year, many of us have come through what was a particularly challenging year...
After a long, hard winter, spring is finally here. As the weather turns and nature reveals its beauty once again, it is no wonder that everywhere we turn we hear someone talking about spring...
Recently I had the opportunity to speak to the students of Baruch College Ethics and Etiquette Society about finding opportunities when challenges present themselves...
What a thrill it has been to receive so much support for my latest work, Everybody Paddles: A CEO Strategic Guide to Building Company Consensus. I can't tell you how much...
For many people, January is a time to pursue resolutions they have set for the new year...
Born during World War I, far from the corridors of power, a boy raised herding cattle and tutored by the elders of his Thembu tribe, Madiba would emerge as the last great liberator of the 20th century...
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING CHARLES ARCHER AND THE LAUNCH OF HIS NEW BOOK
What a thrill it has been to receive so much support for my latest work, Everybody Paddles: A CEO Strategic Guide to Building Company Consensus...
THE REPUBLICAN WAY OR THE HIGHWAY
The United States government was shut down for over two weeks straight with no signs of a Republican-Democrat resolution in sight. As republican politicians continued to disagree with The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), the government also drew nearer to maxing out its $16.699 trillion credit limit. To reinstate the government, and keep the United States from defaulting on its credit, our divided political system must finally decided to work together; and decided to paddle forward as one unified system to avoid further economic calamity.
This September marks the 12th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City. Our social media streams were flooded with visual tributes to the lives that were lost, and memories of the time and place we were in when news of the attacks reached the media. In New York City, the hustle and bustle didn't subside, but a feeling of melancholy hung in the air as the ceremony was held in memorial plaza.