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What Followers Expect of Their Leaders

September 24, 2018 – Robert J. Tamasy  Most leaders have specific expectations. They often communicate, whether orally, in writing, or both, what they expect of those that report to them. They provide job descriptions, set goals and objectives, and determine the parameters that define when, where and how they are to perform their job responsibilities. […]

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Feeling Impatient in the ‘Waiting Room’?

September 17, 2018 – Robert J. Tamasy  Do you like having to wait? If you do, you are a rare individual. Most of us find waiting a great source of annoyance, frustration, even fear. We do not like waiting for a traffic light to change or finding ourselves stuck in traffic. When goals are delayed, […]

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Even in the Workplace, We are Made to Worship

September 10, 2018 – Jim Mathis  It seems all human beings are designed to worship something, even within the scope of our professional lives. We seem to require having an object for our affections if we are to be whole, to be complete.Some people worship sports or a particular sport, team, or player. They know […]

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Wisdom, Knowledge and Understanding

September 3, 2018 – Rick Boxx  If you are like me, you spend a lot of time seeking wisdom for the many work decisions that need made. And I think you would agree that knowledge and understanding also are important to the decision-making process. I have found it interesting to discover many verses in the […]

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Georgia

Reza Nadirashvili reza.n@cicmission.org

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Austria

Mr. Gerwald Erlbeck wien@ivcg.org

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Choosing — Or Refusing — To ‘Drink The Cup’

August 27, 2018 – Sergio Fortes  Whether in our personal or professional lives, there are certain times when it seems that nothing works. No matter what we do, everything goes wrong. We feel like the end has come, whether it is our career, striving toward an important goal, or saving a valued relationship. Our minds […]

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Nothing To Fear — But Fear Itself?

August 20, 2018 – Robert J. Tamasy  It was U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt who said in his first inaugural address, in 1933, “We have nothing to fear but fear itself.” If I had been alive then, I might have been tempted to respond, “Oh, yeah? That’s easy for you to say!” Roosevelt had a […]

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Are You Simply Limping Through Life?

August 13, 2018 – Jim Langley  Have you ever felt like you were simply limping through life? Some days will be tougher than others, facing challenges that can seem insurmountable. My insurance career has seen exceptionally good months and some very good years, but there have been lean times as well. A lackluster economy can […]

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Quarterly Report on CBMC Africa

Malawi Vision Casting and Connect3Training – After earlier attempt to establish CBMC in Malawi, CBMC Africa once again went to Malawi for the country’s vision cast which took place in Zomba town on the 28th April 2018. We had 30 signed up for CBMC. CBMC AFRICA NEWSLETTER Download the PDF Newsletter       

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