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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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Paul Jennings

Paul Jennings South Africa Paul has been involved in the banking, insurance and financial planning fields since 1972 in both Australia and South Africa. Currently he is a Financial Planner with PCS Wealth Management in Johannesburg, South Africa. He received a Bachelors of Commerce (cum lauded) and an Honors’ Degree from the University of South […]

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Jane Go

Jane Go Malaysia Jane is Managing Director for PCS Global, a diversified broadband services provider. She has been involved in the marketplace since the age of 18; starting a mobile phone whole sale and retail business at the age of 21. She has been involved with CBMC Malaysia since early 2000’s and has held the […]

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Genocide In Nigeria – Christians Die, Media Mum

John Stonestreet – Over the past week, Senior Colson Fellow Glenn Sunshine has taken to Facebook to do something that much of the mainstream media—to its discredit—has neglected to do: alerting people to what is happening to Christians in places like Nigeria. The population of Nigeria is almost evenly divided between Muslims and Christians. That […]

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‘Here I Am. Send Me!’

March 18, 2019 – Robert J. Tamasy  Have you ever done much volunteer work? Many of us might think it is all we can do to accomplish our regular work responsibilities. However, every week millions of people volunteer in a vast variety of ways. If it were not for them, many important things would never […]

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Whose Business Is It, Anyway?

March 11, 2019 – Jim Langley  As business and professional people, we are all involved in business dealings every day. I have been overseeing my financial services practice for more than 35 years. One question we should always ask: “Whose business is this, anyway?” Most would proudly respond, “It’s our (my) business.”This would be a […]

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A Real Competitive Advantage

March 4, 2019 – Rick Boxx  In the business and professional world, we are always looking for a competitive advantage. Fresh ideas; staff with exceptional skills and abilities; a unique niche for products, services and marketing. We are always exploring what assets we can utilize to give us a leg up on the competition. Not […]

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Making Your Mark Through Mentoring, Part 2

February 25, 2019 – Robert J. Tamasy  In last week’s edition of “Monday Manna,” I introduced the idea of making a difference – making your mark in the world – through a highly relational, mutually beneficial approach to mentoring. This week I wrap up this discussion, citing additional principles that David A. Stoddard and I […]

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Making Your Mark Through Mentoring, Part 1

February 18, 2019 – Robert J. Tamasy  “I want to make a difference.” Have you ever made this statement? It is a thought many of us have expressed, whether in public or at least to ourselves. Whether you are a Baby Boom generation member on the back end of your career, or a Millennial just […]

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‘Re-Potting’ Time, Professionally Or Personally?

February 11, 2019 – Jim Mathis  Growing healthy plants is not always an easy proposition. Poor flowering, quickly dried out soil, stunted leaves and stems, and even dropped leaves are signs of distress. Plants give these signals because they are not able to draw enough nutrients and moisture from their current root situation. Often the […]

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