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Time Management — A Biblical Perspective and Practical Points

Time Management — A Biblical Perspective and Practical Points

| February 9, 2014

For all the talk about time management, time is not something we can manage. Time moves on, without regard to our use or misuse of it. Only the God of Creation can really manage time – as He did in Joshua 10, making the sun stand still in the sky, until Israel had won its […]

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10 Healthy Mental Habits For Strong Executives

10 Healthy Mental Habits For Strong Executives

| December 6, 2013

Success is measured in what you do, but sometimes success can be achieved through what you don’t do. Just as achieving physical strength requires establishing healthy “do’s and don’ts”, mental health does as well. We present 10 “Do and Don’t” habits of mentally strong business executives, and a Bible verse for each. DO Embrace Change. […]

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Career Advice for the Working Mom

Career Advice for the Working Mom

| September 4, 2013

Business leaders continue to evaluate how Western women are already empowered – a notion that is concluded from a variety of statistics. Prominent women leaders are pursuing successful careers from all different walks of life, boldly redefining what it means to build a career path and professionally excel as a woman. According to the United […]

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Ten Rules of Integrity for Christians in Business

Ten Rules of Integrity for Christians in Business

| June 30, 2013

The Book of Job is a famous account of a good man whose life went into crisis.  Our attention is immediately drawn to all the problems, and how unfair they all are.  But Job was also a very successful man, a “blameless and upright” man who God was delighted to bless.  The word that Job […]

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Life Plan + Business Plan = Your Personal Puzzle

| September 13, 2012

Plans are puzzles, giant jigsaw puzzles. Life plans and business plans are just puzzles. So how do we combine our life plan and our business plan and make sense of the process. How do you do a puzzle? I always start by dumping out all the pieces on a table. Don’t plan on using the […]

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Celebrating the Fourth of July

| June 25, 2012

Next week brings Independence Day, an annual occasion to rejoice in the political liberty won in America in the 18th Century, expanded in the 19th Century, taken world-wide in the 20th Century, and still the aspiration of the world in the 21st Century. While others enjoy the fireworks and brass bands, I celebrate the Fourth […]

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