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By jmathis
Since I have enjoyed a successful career in photography and it consumes many of my waking hours, I often find myself viewing work and everyday life through…
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By rboxx
For some time now, I and some friends have assisted with a local "Adopt a School" program. One lesson I have learned through this involvement is the importance…
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By rtamasy
Something about the human psyche prefers the path of least resistance, the easy way, the course that requires the smallest investment of blood, sweat and…
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By rtamasy
In today’s hectic, even frenetic, business world, it seems everyone is running, desperately trying to get to wherever they are headed as quickly as possible.…
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By auspryor
When it comes to investing, learning what you are supposed to do is relatively easy. As they say, it is not rocket science. But doing what you're supposed…
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By rtamasy
We sometimes hear people make this statement: “Life is a marathon, not a sprint.” And there’s much truth to that. Many people can look good for a…
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By rboxx
When you think about the rules and regulations that affect you in the workplace, whether they are broad-based laws that apply to everyone or statutes that…
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By rtamasy
There is a tendency for many of us to live our lives out of “compartments.” We segregate our lives into independent sections that rarely intersect…
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By rtamasy
We all have seen this phenomenon: Star athletes, basking in the adoration of their fans, exhibiting various kinds of disgraceful behavior. Entertainers…
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By jmathis
In the 1880's, George Eastman invented a process for applying a photographic emulsion to flexible film. He soon brought out a simple camera he called "The…
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By rboxx
Some time ago, my wife, Kathy, and I received a surprising offer of financial compensation from a major chemical manufacturer for damage one of its products…
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By rtamasy
Traditionally, the first Monday of September in the United States is observed as “Labor Day.” Citizens are asked to recognize the diligent work of…
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By ralcorn
(Editor’s Note: Charles Monroe, a CBMC member in Chattanooga, Tennessee, U.S.A., submitted this prayer poem for leaders, written by John O’Donohue.) May…
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By lkramer
If I were to ask who your boss is, what would you say? You might say, “I report to the CEO (or the owner of the company).” Another might say, “I…
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By jmathis
When color photography began taking over black-and- white in the 1950s and ‘60s, experts knew a secret few other people knew: Unlike black-and-white…
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By rtamasy
“If you had the opportunity to do anything you wanted to do, and money (financial compensation) was not an issue, would you still do what you are doing…
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By rboxx
Some time ago one of my business friends contracted with a large provider of software to have a new system installed for his company. Based on this vendor's…
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By rtamasy
Do you remember when “customer service” was a hallmark of good business? Retailers like J.C. Penney and Sam Walton understood their customers were…

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