By Robert J. Tamasy
As we continue to deal with the repercussions of the global COVID-19 pandemic, our work – and how we perceive it – has been dramatically affected.…
By Jim Mathis
A few weeks ago, the pastor of our church asked us to write down one word that described our current emotional state. I wrote “content.” Not that I…
By Rick Boxx
If you have ever watched a TV wildlife documentary that shows a lion hunting its prey, you will recognize the lion’s common practice: Finding the slowest…
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By Robert J. Tamasy
Charles Dickens, in his classic novel, The Tale of Two Cities, opened with the declaration, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…”…
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By Robert J. Tamasy
Over the centuries, countless billions of words have been spoken and written about Christmas. Some commentators still engage in discussions about “the…
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By Dr. Stephen R. Graves
Maybe you are familiar with the story in Genesis 32 in the Bible’s Old Testament. Alone for the night, Jacob, who would become the patriarch for the…
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By Rick Boxx
English-born, Canadian author Malcolm Gladwell has written a number of books offering unique perspectives on the social sciences. in his book, Outliers,…
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By Jim Langley
This year’s global pandemic has taken a toll in many ways. One that is sometimes overlooked or underestimated is becoming disconnected from important…
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By Robert J. Tamasy
Once again we enter the time of year when in some countries, special thanksgiving observances take place. Even though it does not require an official holiday…
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By Austin Pryor
When it comes to investing, learning what to do is relatively easy. But doing what we are supposed to do is surprisingly hard. We can be our own worst…
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By Robert J. Tamasy
Have you ever had moments when you asked yourself, “What am I really working for?” I suspect many of us have wondered about this, at least once in…
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By Rick Boxx
Some friends of ours were in the midst of a fierce struggle to keep the doors of their business open. Their problems were serious enough that they were…
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By Robert J. Tamasy
Often we see a prominent corporate leader, business executive or entrepreneur described as “the great success story.” We are regaled by accounts of…
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By Jim Langley
You know the “Pause” button you have on your TV, or the video you are watching on your computer or smartphone? Sometimes life presses the “Pause”…
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By Robert J. Tamasy
Recently I read social media comments presented by a business consultant and coach, Tim Kight. I have never met him, but I appreciate his pointed, practical…
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By Rick Boxx
Years ago, a consulting client of mine was in a printing-related industry. The principal partners enjoyed numerous opportunities within their industry,…
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By Jim Mathis
I don’t know about you, but I am always ready for good news, especially in a time like this, when every news report we see or hear is challenging, disconcerting,…
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By CBMC International
September 21, 2020 - Robert J. Tamasy  Some weeks ago, my friend Sergio Fortes wrote about “the comfort zone,” where we feel, obviously, comfortable.…

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