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April 10, 2020

Crisis Leadership: Do Your Job!

Crisis Leadership: Do Your Job! By Keith J. Cunningham April 9, 2020 Over the last two weeks, I have held dozens of Board of Directors meetings […]
March 27, 2020

Cash is Still the King… Crisis Survival Guide

  Crisis Survival Guide By Keith J. Cunningham March 28, 2020 Five birds are sitting side by side on a telephone wire. You shoot one of […]
March 26, 2020

Business Oxygen

Business Oxygen By Keith J. Cunningham March 22, 2020 Oxygen is something we rarely think about uintil it is cut off and then it becomes our […]
October 26, 2016

Keith’s Log of Lessons Learned

In the late 1980’s, as the real estate market in the Southwestern part of the United States collapsed, I was wiped out, as were many of […]
October 26, 2016

Mann Gulch

On August 5, 1949, thirteen men died battling a relatively small blaze that turned deadly at Mann Gulch. Upon investigating the circumstances of why most of […]
October 26, 2016

Earn the Right

In a recent interview with Fortune Magazine, Mark Hurd, the Chairman and CEO of Hewlett-Packard was asked to recall the best advice he every received. Mr. […]

Keith J. Cunningham


B usiness and teaching have been in my blood for as long as I can remember. The business side got an early start … In 1961, to be exact, I started a door-to-door egg delivery business when I was eleven years old. In terms of return on investment and lessons learned, it was by far my best deal. In fact, my egg business is what laid the foundation for me to be able to pay my way through college. I graduated to other money making ideas, including the more typical childhood endeavors of a paper route, mowing yards and baby sitting. Through it all, my Dad had me keep a ledger which recorded all my sales and expenses and profits. He also insisted that I invest some of my profits.

Keith Cunningham


B usiness and teaching have been in my blood for as long as I can remember. The business side got an early start … In 1961, to be exact, I started a door-to-door egg delivery business when I was eleven years old. In terms of return on investment and lessons learned, it was by far my best deal. In fact, my egg business is what laid the foundation for me to be able to pay my way through college. I graduated to other money making ideas, including the more typical childhood endeavors of a paper route, mowing yards and baby sitting. Through it all, my Dad had me keep a ledger which recorded all my sales and expenses and profits. He also insisted that I invest some of my profits.