Hey! I’m Kenny Lange and I am on a mission to educate myself and others on being a better leader in the home, the workplace, and in life in general. Welcome to my blog!

Growing up I struggled with following leadership and authority (still can be a struggle). I believe I was frustrated because I knew deep down that there was always a better way to lead. I wasn’t satisfied with either/or arguments for leadership styles. I wanted a both/and style.

My search led me through different work experiences, leadership positions, and opportunities. It led me to get bachelor’s degrees in both speech communication and psychology. I wanted to understand leadership from a practical and academic viewpoint. Now, I am a podcast junkie and am learning to be a regular reader of good (mostly leadership) books.

My passion and strength have rested in teaching. I love breaking down ideas, putting them back together, then showing others how to do the same. I live for the “AH HA!” moment in others! I want my life to be measured by the impact I made on the people around me. Like your mother probably told you, “leave a place better/cleaner than when you found it”, I want to leave people better after I’ve interacted with them.

The goal of this blog is to help you lead better, grow faster, and hopefully laugh more. I will blog primarily on leadership, communication, personal development, sales, and even health. Occasionally, I will write something outside of those boundaries if a topic is compelling enough.


I publish original content on Mondays, a mid-week, inspirational/motivational quote on Wednesdays, and a link to a blog post, video, podcast, or other content that I’ve found beneficial that week on Fridays. To make sure you don’t miss my newest posts, you can subscribe via e-mail.

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My Top Posts:

3 Steps to More Effective Delegation

How to Say “I Don’t Know” and Still Appear Smart

How Your Lunchtime Can Transform Your Life

How To Consistently Reach Your Goals

Closing the Deal: 5 Steps to Communicating More Persuasively – Part 2, Qualification

My Bio:

I was born on Pearl Harbor Day (no, not in 1941!) in Misawa, Japan on a military base. My parents divorced when I was a less than 4 months old and we moved to the great state of Texas. It was there that my Mom met my now adopted Dad. It’s pretty stinkin’ awesome to have a dad that chose me!

I was raised as an only baby. I have an older, half-sister (my Dad’s daughter from a previous marriage) that didn’t live with me growing up, but I love her like she’s blood related. So, make that my half-sister! My adopted father was the product of a military upbringing and my mother was raised by academics. I was raised in a crazy, cross-cultural whirlwind.

I started a passionate love for soccer at the ripe old age of 4 and it shows no signs of slowing down. I love playing it in real life, on video games, and cheering for my favorite club Chelsea FC. It is probably what started my love for fitness and health.

I was in public school through 6th grade and then became a homeschooler (I know. I know. That’s what’s wrong with me. lol) starting in the 7th grade. I completed the rest of my schooling a year earlier than expected and graduated (yes, homeschoolers can graduate) in the spring of 2005. Lange Academy. Class of ’05!

I moved to Tyler, TX in the fall of 2006 to attend The University of Texas at Tyler. The girl I planned on marrying also moved to Tyler to complete her bachelor’s degree. By the end of that fall, the relationship fell apart and I started a new chapter in my life. It was during that time that my faith really became my own.

Towards the end of the spring of 2007, I met the most wonderful woman at a church we both attended and 2 years later we were married. During 2009, many things happened for us; We got married, welcomed our first child (Isaac) into the world, I graduated from UT Tyler (Twice! So now I’m a B.A. at B.S. Get it?!), and we purchased our first home.

Since then, we’ve added 2 gorgeous daughters, Abigail Rose and Selah Joy, a part boxer part lab named Molly, more cats than I am comfortable with and learned a lot about life, marriage, and that we don’t know what we’re doing. But that’s the fun in life, right?


I hope my life will encourage yours!

My Contact Information:

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