George Washington’s LinkedIn Profile

George Washington
Not surprisingly, George Washington had the gift of foresight. He hardly said a word during the Continental Congress, but he knew the importance of presentation—he wore full military dress every day.  As you can see from his testimonials, he understood the value of networking with the “right” people.  Here’s a look at his LinkedIn Profile.


Current: President, United States of America

Past: Chair of Constitutional Convention
……………Commander in Chief, Colonial Armies
……………Member, Continental Congress

……………Major, Virginia Militia
……………Virginia House of Burgesses

 Education: Home schooled, autodidact,  School of Hard Knocks, summa cum laude Recommendations: 6 people have recommended George
Connections:       500+
Twitter:              @GWashington

Public Profile: http//

George Washington “I have heard the bullets whistle, and believe me, there is something charming in the sound”


I did my duty on behalf of my country.  When there was a need I did my best to stand up to all challenges and credit my great brave men who served under me.  As president, I tried to lead by example and was surrounded by great men at the defining moment in our history. I am prudent, never acting until every circumstance, every consideration was maturely weighted, reframing if I see any doubt, but once decided, I went through with purpose, whatever obstacles opposed.


Major Battles: 
  French and Indian War

   * Battle of Fort Necessity
   * Braddock Expedition
   * Battle of the Monongahela
   * Forbes Expedition
 American Revolutionary War

   * Boston campaign
   * New York and New Jersey campaign
   * Philadelphia campaign
   * Yorktown campaign


Congressional Gold Medal
Thanks of Congress


Skills & Expertise

CEO,  “Father of our Country”, Military and Civilian Leader, charismatic, military strategist, revolutionary, patriot, politics, gentleman, farmer-crop rotation, surveyor, cutting cherry trees, philanthropist, delegator, horseman, detail oriented, humble, dependable, city planner, organization management, tobacco farmer


Recommendations for George, President of the United States of America

(1st) John Adams: “Without George Washington we would not be an independent country.  He led and held us together against all odds.”
(1st) Thomas Jefferson:“The moderation of a single character (George Washington) has probably prevented this Revolution from being closed as most others have been by a subversion of that liberty it was intended to establish.” (1st) Benjamin Franklin: “George has a keen ability not only to say the right thing in the right place, but far more difficult, to leave unsaid the wrong thing at the temping moment.”  

(1st) Alexander Hamilton: George Washington is a great leader.  It was a privilege to work with him on the formation of our monetary system.”
(1st) Patrick Henry: Without George Washington there would be no liberty.” 
(1st) John Paul Jones: When I said that I have not yet begun to fight, I knew George Washington had my back.


River crossing, military history,  chasing Redcoats, architecture, fox hunting, house parties, cockfighting, fencing, high fashion, agriculture, philosophy, spy thrillers, dancing, backgammon, billards, , book collecting, brewing beer


Birthday:  February 22, 1732


 Groups and Associations:  

The Freemason

  Veterans Veterans of the Revolutionary War

Samuel Adams Samuel Adams Brewing Society

Scholars Scholars of the Enlightenment

American Farmers American Farmers Association

  Equestrian Club Equestrian Club of America


Contact George for:
Dental referrals, winter camping and survival tips, dressing for success, how to marry up, leading group work sessions, how to keep your head when all of those around you are losing theirs, how to win a unanimous election

Reading and Book Recommendations

“Common Sense”
The Rules of Civilization
“Poor Richard’s Almanac
A System of Arithmetic
National Gazette
The Bible-old and new testaments
The Federalist Papers

The Rights of Man
The complete works of Plato
The Magna Carta
Age of Reason

Word Press-Recents Postings

“Errors once discovered are more than half amended”
“Few men have the virtue to withstand the highest bidder”
“To be prepared for war is one of the most effective ways of preserving peace.”
“Human happiness and moral duty are in separately connected.”
“The most certain way to make a man your enemy is to tell him you esteem him much”
“I can clearly foresee that nothing but the rooting out of slavery can perpetuate the existence of our union.”
“Government is not reason, it is not eloquence-it is force.”
“To persevere in one’s duty and be silent, is the best answer to calumny.”


People you may know
Charles Pinckney, Betsy Ross, George Mason, Thomas Paine, Robert Fulton, James Monroe, John Hancock, Charles Wilson Peale, Marquis de Lafayette, Henry Knox,  Henry “Light-Horse” Lee


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