By Rick Boxx
Years ago, while on a flight in South Africa, I met a young lady named Emma. At the time she was an event planner, and spoke enthusiastically about her…
By Robert J. Tamasy
In the business and professional world, we admire strong and bold leaders. Stakeholders in companies typically look for proud, assertive individuals to…
By Jim Mathis
In difficult economic times, many of us have friends or relatives in need. We want to do whatever we can to help. The easy thing may be to just give them…
By Robert J. Tamasy
How do you feel when a server in a restaurant is friendly, seems genuinely interested in you, and is prompt in attending to your needs? Or a sales rep…
By Rick Boxx
There is a disease afflicting the workplace that receives little attention, but it’s devastating. This “disease” is gossip, the practice of repeating…
By Robert J. Tamasy
This year in the United States, May 30 marks the observance of Memorial Day, an annual day for remembering the sacrifices of many thousands of men and…
By Fritz Klump
“Where did I come from?” “Why am I here?” “Where am I going?” These are the three most important questions anyone could ask themselves at any…
By James D. Firnstahl
During my career as an International Banker and then as Chief Financial Officer of an international manufacturing company, I learned that character matters…
By Robert J. Tamasy
“What is truth?” This is a question countless people have asked through the ages. It has been a recurring topic for philosophers, sociologists, counselors,…
By Rick Boxx
In their book, Rare Leadership in the Workplace, authors Marcus Warner and Jim Wilder use RARE as an acronym for how to become a mature leader. The first…
By Jim Langley
Discernment: It is defined as the innate ability to recognize the moral and practical consequences of our decisions. Discernment also is a quality rarely…
By Robert J. Tamasy
During my years as a magazine editor, some of my favorite times involved getting our creative team together to plan the titles and graphic design for the…
By Rick Boxx
(Editor’s Note: This is the second of two articles on how to start a business God’s way, using biblical principles as a guide.) Last week we started…
By Rick Boxx
(Editor’s Note: This is the first of two articles on how to start a business God’s way.) If you don’t count the greeting cards, ice scrapers or…
By Stephen R. Graves
Some people see everything in black and white, right and wrong, good and evil. Others see an ocean of gray, with nothing ever firmly planted on one side…
By Robert J. Tamasy
A song from years ago complained, “If it wasn’t for bad luck, I wouldn’t have any luck at all.” These days, we could make a similar observation…
By Fritz Klumpp
For many people these days, truth is treated as an optional commodity, like deciding what kind of fruit or brand of canned goods to buy at the grocery…
By Rick Boxx
In my banking and consulting career, I helped many struggling companies become profitable. Many businesses have folded recently, and many more are doing…

Sign-up for Monday Manna

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.