Blog

  • Jul 5 2021
    Values and Fundamentals in a Modern World

    By Brian DeLucia As a society, this topic goes beyond politics as we look at the growing gaps of wealth and opportunity within the United States. It threatens capitalism and what has always represented us as Americans. We need to find a way to get back to productive discussions on how we can close these  Read more ➝

  • Jul 5 2021
    Monetary Policy Must Also Include People

    By Brian DeLucia We must get away from focusing solely on monetary policy and lead a philosophy around people. It will be more sustainable for us to focus on how we can deploy our people and vast resources within industries and across emerging industries where there are practical paths to growth.        

  • Jul 5 2021
    The Black Swan Brings The Cream to the Top

    By Brian DeLucia In midst of the Societal Black Swan we have encountered, we discovered what is tremendously important and who we can trust. There are a lot of people who talk conceptually and plenty of salespeople who cannot make anything happen. At this time, we need people who can figuratively put a shovel in  Read more ➝

  • Jul 5 2021
    Climate Is Our Largest Economic Threat

    By Brian DeLucia The Financial Times recently wrote an article on the challenge insurance writers face with climate change and the growing number of losses over the past two years to over $225 billion of insured losses. Something to think about beyond just poor air quality and changing weather patterns.      

  • Jul 5 2021
    Humanity Cannot Be Measured

    By Brian DeLucia The human element cannot be measured by statistics. Something for us to remember this in the years ahead.    

  • Jul 5 2021
    Why do people choose mediocre?

    By Brian DeLucia The choice is simple.   You can become part of a powerful culture, or you can accept mediocre outcomes. Most people choose mediocre. Why?    

  • May 23 2021
    Respect for the front line of society

    By Brian DeLucia While we have people sacrificing themselves along the front lines at grocery stores, restaurants, hospitals, and on the streets, this is not the time to point fingers. This is a time for clear thought, kindness, emotional intelligence, and empathy. These are traits that will define leaders over the next generation as well.  Read more ➝

  • May 23 2021
    Security is the first priority of leadership

    By Brian DeLucia We can protect our economy during this time of crisis through leadership that makes people feel secure. People need to feel safe alongside their leaders. We are all playing a role right now. Some of us are adjusting our manufacturing and production pipeline to create products that are needed immediately.   Some of  Read more ➝

  • May 23 2021
    What challenge are you solving? (not the product)

    By Brian DeLucia If you are in any type of sales or business endeavor, focus your narrative the challenge you are solving…not the product or service. Touch the foundation of what is on the mind of the audience.    

  • May 23 2021
    Believe in the human spirit

    By Brian DeLucia We still believe in the human spirit. Being mediocre is easy. Competing to your next level requires some grit. This current generation is different, some might say much softer. However, we still must teach toughness. Never give up on the human spirit.