Eagle Talk

I am committed to and focused on putting passion into executives' hearts and inspiring them to be the best they can be.

The opportunity to work with skilled, intelligent, successful men and women in different cultures around the world is probably the best education I could have had. Eagle Talk features interviews with and writings by industry leaders. Here we talk about lessons learned and imparted by those with vast experience in leading companies and teams.

Bob Mobley

Eagle Talk Final Edition

It is with great sadness we announce that our greatest leader, our ‘Eagle’ Bob, has taken flight and joined family, friends, comrades in arms, and many exceptional leaders among the stars above.

Frank Diaz

A First Generation American

“As a child of immigrant parents, I have seen the sacrifices needed to be made for the greatest of opportunities.”
— Frank Diaz

Bob Mobley

Reflections Upon Values Based Culture

During the past several weeks, we are all being bombarded by stories from one source or another highlighting the “disagreements and disparities” within our Communities.

Bob Mobley

A Devious Use of History

A major challenge we are facing in this nation may be summarized by the turn of phrase, ‘twisting historical facts to fit your political agenda and making them seem true.’

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving!

I wish each of you, and your Families a very happy, loving and fun-filled  Thanksgiving Holiday.


D-Day Anniversary

The 75th anniversary of the June 6th, D-Day Invasion of Normandy is a time when everyone should step back, reflect upon, and examine their own personal Values.

Matt Fawcett

My Three Leadership Lessons

“1) Accept that it’s not about you. 2) Embrace, don’t resist, constraints. 3) Don’t let success stop your progress.”
— Matthew Fawcett

Gregory Jarossy

Principles of Success

“Everyone’s path is slightly different, yet, in my view, the principles of success are shared. ”
— Greg Jarossy

Elizabeth Dillon

Creating Teams is an Art

“You don’t stand a chance of scoring goals without a great team, and putting one together is an art.”
— Elizabeth Dillon.