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The Power Of Improving Your Craft

May 20, 2019 — Jim Mathis  In our hyper-competitive business and professional world, we would all like to be the one to discover the latest and greatest innovation, the idea no one has thought of before, that would put us on the fast track to success. But here is a better suggestion: Simply work at […]

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The World Needs More Cowboys

May 13, 2019 — Robert J. Tamasy  Recently I watched a brief promotional video produced by the University of Wyoming called, “The World Needs More Cowboys.” I have never been a cowboy, but as I reviewed the video, its message seemed very much on point. The video asks, “Restless curiosity – whatever happened to that? […]

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The Pitfall Of Having Too Much Good In One Place

May 6, 2019 — Rick Boxx  Have you heard about the warning against “putting all your eggs in one basket”? This applies for much of life, especially the business world. Whether it means one large customer at a for-profit company, or a single major donor for supporting a not-for-profit entity, when your revenue comes significantly […]

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Is The Idea Of Serving Others ‘Below’ You?

April 29, 2019 – Robert J. Tamasy  Once in a while I come across a quotation that causes me to stop to ponder, and then conclude, “You know, that is exactly right.” One of them, by some fellow who goes by the name “Anonymous,” declares, “If serving is below you, leadership is beyond you.” I […]

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A Tale Of Two Funerals

April 22, 2019 – Dr. Stephen R. Graves  A few months back, two funerals occurred in the same week in our community. Both were for men I knew who had lived a long life and had great community reach. I assumed the funerals would be pretty similar. I could not have been more wrong. The […]

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As Notre Dame Burned, What Exactly Were We Mourning?

John Stonestreet – I’ve learned a lot from Glenn Sunshine, a professor of history at Central Connecticut State University. Glenn not only gets history, he also really gets worldview and, even better, how worldview and history are related. On Monday night, as I was trying to make sense of the tragedy of the burning of the […]

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Capitalizing On Monumental Moments

April 15, 2019 – Jim Langley  Looking back over your life, what have been the monumental moments – those times when, for better or worse, your life was forever changed? Losing a job, or finding the job of your dreams. Resolving it was time to stop being an “employee” and starting your own business. Getting […]

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That Terrifying, Terrific First Step

April 8, 2019 – Robert J. Tamasy  A journey of a thousand miles, according to the Chinese proverb, begins with a single step. In more contemporary terms, you cannot finish something until you decide to start. The problem for many people is, they never get started. I can relate to this. There are some things […]

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Shining Like Stars In The Marketplace

April 1, 2019 – Rick Boxx  A question I often hear when speaking about faith in the workplace comes from people who are not CEOs, those who are not the top decision-making executives in their companies. Many of them can readily understand how a CEO can affect change within an organization, but those who are […]

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Integrity: The Art Of Being One, Being Whole

March 25, 2018 – Jim Mathis  It has some time since I wrote about integrity and its importance for the workplace. Integrity comes from the same root word as “integer” or “integral,” meaning one or whole. One way to describe a person with integrity is someone who is the same at all times. Oswald Chambers […]

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