As self-appointed advisor to President-Elect Obama, I am duty-bound to offer advice as I have it, on how to succeed in the office of president. Since I’m not tied to any particular field of work, I don’t have to limit my advice to economic, international, or domestic issues. Instead, I offer my advice for success of the man in the office itself. Today’s advice: Promise something to someone every single day you can.
When I look back through history at Democrat Presidents, the greatest personal successes came from those who promised a lot. Promises are an important tool in the Democrat arsenal, and one that you haven’t used to great effect so far.