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Articles | CBMC International - Part 2
Love In The Office That Cannot Be Discouraged

February 10, 2020 – Robert J. Tamasy  When you hear the term, “love in the office,” what comes to mind? A romantic relationship between coworkers or colleagues, perhaps? Some workplaces forbid such “fraternization,” while others merely discourage it or insist such relationships be kept discreet. But what about a kind of love in the office […]

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The Incredible Power Of Proverbs

February 3, 2020 – Rick Boxx  While attending a funeral, I struck up a conversation with Joe, a guy I had not seen in 20 years. As he learned about what I do with Unconventional Business Network, the non-profit organization I direct, Joe said that in one sense it reminded of his uncle. He explained […]

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Resume Or Eulogy – Which Would You Choose?

January 27, 2020 – Jim Mathis  In modern society we are encouraged to work to build our resume. The questions are always: What have we accomplished? What skills do we have? What is our job title? Or, how much money do we earn? However, in the end, thinking about our eulogy is a better idea. […]

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Expecting Holiness In Business?

January 20, 2020 – Robert J. Tamasy  Suppose you were to try identifying the traits you feel are most important for an employer, an employee, a customer or client, or a supplier. What would they be? It might seem simple to list qualities such as talent, skill, dependability and effectiveness, along with some others. But […]

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Matters Of Faith – And Why Faith Matters

January 13, 2020 – Jim Langley  “Faith” is not a word we often use in the 21st century marketplace, where only things tangible and measurable are prized. However, in one way or another, we all possess and exercise faith. We might define faith as “trust or complete confidence in something or someone.” Many people limit […]

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When Failure Becomes Success

January 6, 2020 – Rick Boxx  Early in my practice as a business consultant, I submitted a bid on a consulting project for a mortgage lender named Tom. During a follow-up interview, I explained to him about my biblical approach to consulting, Tom’s gaze suddenly went cold. Our discussion and the meeting came to an […]

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One Thing We All Could Use In The New Year

December 30, 2019 – Robert J. Tamasy  All around the world, clocks and calendars are counting down. By this time next week, we will have entered another year, either bidding a fond farewell to the year just passed or simply saying, “Good riddance!” Each new year represents an opportunity for a fresh start. If the […]

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Celebrating The Giving Season’s Greatest Gift

December 23, 2019 – Robert J. Tamasy  This week millions of people around the world will observe one of the most significant holidays of the year: Christmas. Although the practice varies from country to country, and culture to culture, one of the hallmarks of this annual celebration is the giving and exchange of gifts. For […]

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Simply Showing Sensitivity

December 16, 2019 – Jim Langley  One of the things in short supply in today’s marketplace is sensitivity. This can be defined as “tuning in” to the needs of those who come into our lives every day. We can easily become distant from those we should be closest to, casually tuning them out. But sensitivity […]

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Discomforting Facts About The Comfort Zone

December 9, 2019 – Sergio M. Fortes  Several months back, an edition of Monday Manna discussed something many of us have encountered: the comfort zone. It seemed fitting to revisit this topic, since it is a common issue of the everyday workplace, as well as people’s lives. It is where we like to be and […]

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