Are you the best leader you can be and do you have a mission statement? In today’s discussion with Lon Ricker of The American Fallen Soldiers Project, we talk about how mission statements can define and direct an organization.
Lon Ricker is a 20-year survivor of the corporate world who realized that there is more to life than a big paycheck. He has served in a variety of roles with several non-profits in North Texas including The AmericanFallen Soldiers Project, SoupMobile and In-Sync Exotics.
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