Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers

A Reel Leadership Article

My latest book, Reel Leadership, is now available on Amazon. If you love movies and leadership, you will love this book.

It’s been 33 years since Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers the cartoon premiered. The cartoon series brought joy to millions of children worldwide as it aired. Sadly, the cartoon was canceled 30 years ago.

Now, 30 years later, Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers returns on Disney Plus. Chip (John Mulaney) and Dale (Andy Samberg) return in a mix of traditional animation, CGI, and live-action. They’re joined by characters such as Ellie (KiKi Layne), Sweet Pete (Will Arnett), Monterey Jack (Eric Bana), Zipper (Dennis Haysbert), Ugly Sonic (Tim Robinson), Captain Putty (J.K. Simmons), and others.

Still from Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers

The new Disney Plus exclusive movie brings back all the feels of the original Rescue Rangers TV series along with a contemporary twist. It’s great seeing characters that haven’t been used well in the recent past brought back to life.

What Do You Want To Do?

Everyone wants more time. They want to spend more time with their kids. They want to travel more. They want to enjoy life more.

It’s a fact of life that we all desire to do and be something more. Most people aren’t pursuing what they want.


I think I discovered a significant reason why during a meeting with an ERP reseller for Acumatica. Larry, from an organization called Algorithm, asked those of us in the room a question. Larry asked:

If you won the PowerBall megamillions tonight and you had to continue to work, what would you do?

Others in the room had a quick answer. They shot off multiple different ideas.

Me… I sat and thought about it for a bit. Then some ideas began to flow.

What would I do? I would choose from the following:

4 Ways To Grow Your Network

Besides your skills and abilities, your network is your best resource. Your network consists of friends, family members, colleagues, and former business partners.

Sometimes, your network extends further than that. Your network can also include people you’ve met at social networking events or people you had a fantastic conversation with on the elevator.

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Photo by Susan Q Yin on Unsplash

Whatever your network is, you can always strive to increase the size of your network. The more people in your network, the more people you can reach out to.

Why Would You Want To Grow Your Network?

A question you might be asking yourself is “Why would I want to grow my network?” The answer is simple.

By growing your network, you grow your ability to reach new people.

Your network can help you do the following:

  • Find new employees
  • Find yourself new employment

13 Ways Being the Example in Management will Encourage Better Leadership

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Female manager and leader at work – Image Courtesy of PixabayFemale manager and leader at work – Image Courtesy of Pixabay

As a manager, you are in a unique position to be a leader. Yet not all managers possess great leadership skills. And team members may be naturally gifted. However, you can teach yourself and your team and learn from them to be the example in management to encourage better leadership in those underneath you. Common sense and general knowledge apply. But there’s a deeper level of trust, morality, and respect in leadership over general management.

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Marry Me

My latest book, Reel Leadership, is now availableĀ on Amazon. If you love movies and leadership, you will love this book.

Marry Me is a newer rom-com starring Jennifer Lopez as music superstar Kat Valdez. She’s on a roll. It looks like she will go even further with the extravagant wedding to fellow singer Bastian (Maluma).

Everything changes in a heartbeat for the superstar. As she’s on stage to be married, she discovers Bastian has been cheating on her with her assistant.

Owen Wilson and Jennifer Lopez in Marry Me movie

The news of her fiance cheating gives her a brief breakdown where she looks out upon the crowd, sees Charlie Gilbert (Owen Wilson) holding a Marry Me sign, and tells Charlie “yes.”

From there, the comedy ensues. It’s also a touching story of second (or third and fourth) chances. It’s also full of leadership lessons.