By Rick Boxx
The late British Prime Minister Winston Churchill was a complicated man with a colorful history. He had many notable political experiences and accomplishments,…
By Jim Langley
Recently, I met with a small group of local writers and was introduced to a phrase that seems worthy of using in many settings. Imagine carrying on a conversation…
By Robert J. Tamasy
Many successful people take delight in being able to see and evaluate what has been accomplished through their leadership. “We could not do without you!”…
By Austin Pryor
Giving. This topic stirs a variety of emotions. For some, it creates great joy – even happiness – knowing the benefits it can provide for others. For…
By Rick Boxx
In Jordan Raynor’s book, Redeeming Your Time, he uses a story from the 1800s to encourage us to remember the importance of Sabbath rest. Raynor writes…
By Robert J. Tamasy
There is so much discussion these days about who we are, and why we do what we do. Some factors we cannot control, determined even before we are born.…
By Ken Korkow
About 18 months ago, I was at the Veteran’s Administration (VA) hospital where military veterans in my area can receive treatment. Being a veteran of…
By Dr. Luis Cervino
In 2020, as we all know, a global pandemic broke out, a health crisis that resulted in part because of not knowing how to attack the disease. As the war…
By Robert J. Tamasy
Engaging in work, parenting, personal hobbies or some other activity, there are two extremes for how we do what we do. We can adopt the “good enough…
By Rick Boxx
When I began my banking career, among my responsibilities was the investigation of bank frauds. One of the fraud cases I worked on concerned a bank president…
By Fritz Klumpp
It was an impressive meeting. Gathered together were admirals, generals, captains, colonels, corporate CEOs, medical doctors, professors. Influential men…
By Robert J. Tamasy
The adage from years ago informed us the only things certain in life are death and taxes. Those two remain constant, at least in most countries, but there…
By Jim Langley
There was a time when a simple handshake was as good as a contractual agreement signed by two or more parties. For the most part, those days have been…
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…

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