By Rick Boxx
In evaluating people for specific jobs and responsibilities, we often consider education, experience, impressive resumes, and various personal traits.…
By Robert J. Tamasy
What kind of decision-maker are you? Are you impulsive, prone to make decisions with only a minimum of information – responding to feelings or intuition?…
By Jim Mathis
The annual American observance of Thanksgiving Day comes later this week. This has become one of my favorite holidays because I know that, as author and…
By Jim Langley
There was a time when the pursuit of money was the dominating factor in my life. Without question, making money can become a way of life, and it has always…
By Robert J. Tamasy
In my book, Business at Its Best: Timeless Wisdom from Proverbs for Today’s Workplace, I offer the view that the Bible is the best business book ever…
By Rick Boxx
We all make mistakes. Sometimes we make big ones. In business, when you make a big mistake, your employees, customers, suppliers, and sometimes even the…
By Robert J. Tamasy
When the workplace will return to normal – or if it ever will – is impossible to tell. As pandemic restrictions were put into place, many people found…
By Sergio Fortes
Were you among the millions of people around the world who viewed the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo – held in 2021? Along with the Winter Olympics, this…
By Robert J. Tamasy
There is a universal truth about work that needs to be done: Someone needs to do the work. And if it is work that only you can do, either you determine…
By Rick Boxx
An article written by business experts at Fortune magazine makes the assertion, “Many companies will need to rebalance their priorities, making additional…
By Ken Korkow
Have you ever considered that sometimes, doing good things can be the wrong things to do? When the Titanic struck the iceberg, the ship custodians might…
By Robert J. Tamasy
“Business would be so much easier – if it weren’t for the people.” Have you ever heard this, or thought something like it yourself? If so, you’re…
By Jim Langley
What do you engage in that brings you great joy? Does your work, or other activities that you regularly pursue, bring you a sense of pleasure? I can tell…
By Rick Boxx
Jealousy. One dictionary definition of this term is, “feeling resentment against someone because of that person’s rivalry, success, or advantage, or…
By Robert J. Tamasy
In the business and professional world, we concentrate on goals, new products and services, sales quotas, and profits. We pursue these things with great…
By Jim Mathis
When I recently heard about a person winning the phenomenal amount of one billion dollars in a lottery, I wondered, “How long will that person be happy?”…
By William 'Fritz' Klumpp
“You look pretty good,” my high school track coach said to me. “If you just wouldn’t run so long in one place.” This was his way of saying that…
By Robert J. Tamasy
We see it in the sports world all the time. A seemingly more talented team losing, sometimes even being totally dominated, by a less-talented opponent.…

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