Brad Lindemann

About Brad Lindemann

Brad founded Ambassador Solutions, an IT consulting firm, in 1989 after 11 years within the IT industry, starting as a sales trainee with IBM in 1978. Prior to founding the firm, he was a Senior VP with a large international computer services company. In 2016, Brad co-founded In Business for Life Inc. (501c3) to provide a platform upon which business people can take a winsomely positive stance for the sanctity of life wherever they live, work and play. In 2017, he founded, an adoption connection platform helping expectant parents in challenging pregnancy situations find THE safe and loving family for their child. The driving force behind these ventures and those to come is to “…press on to take hold of that for which Christ Jesus took hold of me.” (Philippians 3:12b) The result is uniquely inspiring corporate cultures built upon the Core Values of Dignity, Integrity and Excellence, described in detail in Brad’s book, In Business for Life. Brad holds a BS Degree in Business from Indiana University and a MBA from Taylor University.

IT’s All About the People

By |July 10th, 2017|

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Technologies come and go. The common variable is always the people. It’s always about the people. Dignity, integrity and excellence. We want to nurture the dignity of every person that we come into contact with at Ambassador Solutions.

We are one of the few firms that is going to make what’s most important to you […]

THE Question Every Board Member Will Soon Be Asking…Or Should Be

By |June 15th, 2017|

Every rookie salesperson worth their weight in Ramen noodles knows the answer to this question –what is your company/product’s “Unique Selling Proposition” (USP)? A USP is the one thing that sets companies and products apart from their competition. A strong one can take a company on a breathless up and to the right growth trajectory […]

We Have To Find Our Way Back Home

By |January 10th, 2017|

At the poignant turning point in the true story hit movie, Lion, thirty-year-old Saroo Brierley longingly says, “I have to find my way back home”.  Home being six thousand miles away in the Ganesh Tilai neighborhood of Khandwa, India.  Born Sheru (meaning lion) Munshi Khan, when he was only five years old, “Saroo” found himself lost and […]

The #1 Reason Why a Trump Presidency Should Scare Every American

By |November 9th, 2016|

While preparing for the short walk to my polling place yesterday, I was torn between donning a clothespin on my nose or an American flag over my shoulder.  I chose the latter and swore off engaging in any political rancor throughout what turned into a very long day.  After dozing off between 2 and 3am, I awoke to hear […]

Sow On To Go On

By |November 2nd, 2016|

“Those who sow with tears will reap with joy.”
– Psalms 126:5

One early morning last week, at the intersection of business and life, I found this ancient harvest principle to be immensely helpful.  So much so, I thought others might possibly reap some benefit for themselves.

No sowing…no reaping.  No seeds planted…no crop harvested.  But, sowing with […]

Millennial Drops Bomb On Boomer In Sauna War

By |June 23rd, 2016|

Most mornings, I can be found in my fitness center sauna following a workout.  Monday night was a rare exception. With a late business dinner on tap, I decided to hit the lap pool around 6pm to catch a second wind before heading downtown.  Little did I know I was heading smack dab into the Sauna War.

I was enjoying […]

Saluting Our Silent Cyber War Heroes

By |May 20th, 2016|

Having recently spoken to dozens of Chief Security Officers (CSO) and Chief Information Security Officers (CISO), I’ve yet to find a single one who does not agree with the following quote from Senator Coats.
“Cyber threats have moved to the No. 1 spot as the most direct threat to America.”
– Dan Coats, Director of National Intelligence 
This […]

IT Leadership Change Under Consideration…

By |February 5th, 2016|

…or perhaps it should be?  Imagine receiving the resignation of your top IT executive.  Would you be concerned or relieved?  If you would be relieved, then it might be time to consider a change in IT leadership.  But, before listing all the problems you perceive with your current IT leader, consider stepping back to see […]

It Would Be Naughty To Open This Before December 26

By |December 22nd, 2015|

December truly is the most wonderful time of the year.  I particularly like the time between Christmas and New Years.  For B2B businesses like ours, the last week of the year allows us to merge into the slow lane along with customers more focused on PTO hours than IPO dollars.  While I admittedly use some of this time to plan for […]

If You Think IT’s All About Outsourcing…Think Again!

By |December 1st, 2015|

Whatever business you’re in and however tech-centric you’ve been, you’re more so today than you were yesterday and you’ll be more so tomorrow than you are today. And so IT goes, until one day we awaken to the reality that we’re all in the technology business. At that point (and it’s not a distant one), […]

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