WF Pride: Excel in Communication

WF Pride Excel in Communication Chad Cottingham When I was teacher, I used to love playing the ‘telephone’ game with my students. The game was simple but the impact was huge. Five students would be removed from the class. One student at a time would enter the room and be told information that they had to repeat to a classmate – …

WF Pride: Integrity

WF Pride Integrity Chad Cottingham In southern California, a man and the woman went through a KFC drive through and ordered a chicken dinner for two. It was handed to them and they drove off. Come to find out, the man who was filling their order had taken a box where they had emptied the proceeds from one of the cash …

WF Pride: Positive Attitude and Passion for Life and Work

WF Pride Positive Attitude and Passion for Life and Work Chad Cottingham In December 2004, a massive tsunami devastated countries and regions in and around the Indian Ocean. The water swept away all obstacles – seawalls, buildings, boats, cars, trees, people and animals – the water just kept coming, almost in slow motion. Nothing could stop the energy and ‘passion’ of …

WF Pride: Focus on Unity and Humility

WF Pride Focus on Unity and Humility Chad Cottingham Television and other media outlets seem to be doing everything they can to divide our great nation. The death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri had the media acting like piranha, chewing and eating up anything but the truth, to drive a wedge between law enforcement and those that choose to break …

WF Pride: Excel in Communication

WF Pride Excel in Communication Chad Cottingham Our family just finished taking our Christmas card picture for this year. This was no easy task. Take six strong willed, type-A personalities, and put them on one couch with one mission – I felt like someone was going to get killed by the time it was finished. Now don’t get me wrong, the …

WF Pride: Integrity

WF Pride Integrity Chad Cottingham “Hey dad, we broke one of the windows in our house and I need a good lie to tell the landlord” Johnny explained as he called his dad from college. “What do you need?” asked a puzzled father trying to figure out what his son was up to. “Dad, my roommates and I don’t want to …