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Equipped For Good Work

July 16, 2018 – Robert J. Tamasy  When people learn I am a writer, they often say, “Oh, I could never do that. Writing is so difficult for me to do.” This makes me chuckle, because I feel the same way about practically any other line of work. I admire people with mechanical skills, such […]

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Confronting The Storms Of Life

July 9, 2018 – Jim Langley  Storms we experience in our personal and business life may seem inconsequential, especially if compared to hurricanes, tornadoes and tsunamis. However, like storms of nature, they can also cause irreparable damage in our lives. We can rebuild or relocate from natural disasters; internal storms we face may prove to […]

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Working Hard For The Right Reasons

July 2, 2018 – Rick Boxx  Jeff was the new CEO of a chain of jewelry stores. One of his first challenges was to evaluate the performances for all of the national chain’s branches. As he was reviewing the results for each branch with his executive team, he became puzzled about one particular store. This […]

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To Be A Good Leader, Be A Good Learner

June 25, 2018 – Robert J. Tamasy  Leadership offers great opportunities. Many leaders regard their roles as a tremendous privilege. But leadership also presents significant challenges, not only for effectively guiding others but also for avoiding pitfalls that have beset people in executive roles throughout history. For example, leadership positions can inflate the ego. This […]

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Clarifying The Confusion Over Leadership

June 18, 2018 – Jim Mathis  An intriguing discussion topic these days is leadership, whether within the context of the marketplace, politics, the culture, sports, even the home. Many people seem eager to attain positions of leadership, but sometimes when we take an objective look at our world, it seems there is either a lot […]

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Ethics: Outward Actions Based On Inner Motives

June 11, 2018 – Sergio Fortes  Ethics has always been a challenge into business and professional world, and despite many advances and changes, it might be an even greater challenge in the 21st century. The word “ethics” is derived from the ancient Greek, ethos,which meant, “our place while human,”or “the place where we live.”In that sense, […]

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Taking Time To Make A Timely Change

June 4, 2018 – Rick Boxx  One day, while giving visitors a tour of his manufacturing plant, Kevin, the plant CFO, shared with us his views on timeclocks, which many companies use to track the time workers spend on the job, sometimes to the exact minute. He explained at his plant, timeclocks are no longer […]

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A Purposeful Consideration

May 28, 2018 – Robert J. Tamasy  Why are you here? Have you ever asked yourself that? This is a fundamental question many people wrestle with at one time or another. For some, it comprises the ultimate question of life. But even if your intent is not deeply philosophical, it can be helpful to consider. […]

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Generation Z, Justice, and the Gospel: A Call for Balance

Eric Metaxas – Many members of Generation Z are choosing justice over the gospel, but they don’t have to. They can choose both. Generation Z—roughly those young people born between the mid-1990s and mid-2000s—is known for a lot of things: its technological savvy, its commitment to social justice, its loneliness, its online connectedness, and its seemingly […]

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Choosing To Serve Rather Than To Be Served

May 21, 2018 – Ken Korkow  Years ago, the term “servant leadership” moved into prominence in business and professional circles. For some it seemed a contradiction in terms, what grammarians call an “oxymoron.” Leaders are the ones who are supposed to be served, right? However, writers like Robert K. Greenleaf and others pressed the point […]

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