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Articles | CBMC International - Part 3
A Fail-Safe Philosophy For Failure

July 29, 2019 — Robert J. Tamasy  Seth Godin, a consultant, entrepreneur and business blogger, posed a question to his readers that all of us have asked ourselves at one time or another: “But what if I fail?” Godin offered a realistic answer to that ominous possibility: “You will.” Then he asked an even more […]

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Decisions Of The Head — And The Heart

July 22, 2019 — Jim Langley  Early in my insurance career, I learned an important lesson for closing the sale. Decisions can be made either from the head or from the heart. Personally, I consider buying life insurance to be a decision of the heart, but financial considerations must come into play. I often advise […]

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Developing ‘Margin’ By Pruning Unfruitful Pursuits

July 15, 2019 – Jim Mathis  For several years I was a member of two local chambers of commerce. The people I met and the activities we did were all very encouraging and helpful for me personally and for my business. A few years ago I made the difficult decision to drop my memberships in […]

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What’s The Reason Behind Your Work?

July 8, 2019 – Robert J. Tamasy  Why do you go to work? For many of us, we would not have to blink before answering: “I work to make a living.” “I work to earn an income that can support the kind of life I want to live.” “I work so I can pay my […]

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Waiting: The ‘Game’ No One Likes To Play

July 1, 2019 – Rick Boxx  Many of us find ourselves each day on the proverbial treadmill, frantically rushing to another appointment or the next deadline, refusing to slow down for fear of failing or missing out on some once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Patience is not a virtue we strive to nurture. If we wait, we suspect […]

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10 Years From Now, Who Will Remember?

June 24, 2019 – Robert J. Tamasy  One of the most profound clichés I have ever heard is so simple it is easy to ignore: “Fame is fleeting.” Think about it: A musician records a hit tune that soars to the top of the sales charts, but hit song No. 2 never comes. Years later […]

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Be The Best ‘You’ That You Can Be

June 17, 2019 – Jim Mathis  At the monthly meeting last week of a local writers’ group, one member said when she was a preschooler, her mother subscribed to a children’s book club. Those monthly books led her to a love of reading, a passion for books, and eventually a career as a writer. She […]

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Breaking The Shackles Of Isolation

June 10, 2019 – Ken Korkow  Years ago horse racing was very important in Nebraska at a track called AK-SAR-BEN (“Nebraska” spelled backwards). Prominent individuals emphasized the importance of these sporting events, creating “social elites” and a mythical “kingdom of royalty.” Today the track – and its mystique – are gone. Similarly, years ago service clubs […]

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Tough Business In A Fallen World

June 3, 2019 – Rick Boxx  When Tom Phillips, the former CEO of Raytheon, passed away, his Wall Street Journal obituary included a story about a Harvard University undergraduate who posed an intriguing question. The student asked Mr. Phillips if he believed there was a contradiction between his Christian faith and running a huge corporation that manufactures […]

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Taking Care Of Our ‘Handiwork’

May 27, 2019 – Robert J. Tamasy  From time to time we hear of someone described as a “self-made man” or “self-made woman.” The implication is that all they have become and all they have accomplished is the direct result of their own initiative and hard work. Perhaps you regard yourself as one of them. […]

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