These past few years showing or expressing patriotism in the United States has become a controversial topic. Families, friends, and co workers have been divided in their beliefs about whether it is a good or bad thing. Regardless of what side you fall on in that argument..
…it’s important to talk about patriotism!
Retired military Lt. Colonel Michael Strobl developed a new found perspective on patriotism, after his journey accompanying the body of a fallen soldier. While in transit, Strobl observed small acts of kindness, that can be useful in your professional life.
One example he shares is how the remains of a deceased solider were cared for, — despite knowing the funeral would be a closed-casket ceremony, the staff put such care and respect into dressing the remains.
According to Webster Dictionary, patriotism is defined as love for or devotion to one’s country. No one expresses their love of country more enthusiastically than leadership expert and retired Lt. Colonel Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch.
She has such an energetic way of sharing her patriotic attitude that, it has become infectious to audiences. Proud daughter of a poor Mexican family, she learned early how to be rich in values! Her family-taught love of country, is based on creating opportunities from hard work.
Benefits to Being Patriotic:
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