The 3 P’s of Business Authority

By Rick Boxx A former executive of the General Mills food company, Marc Belton, talked in an interview about what he called the “three P’s” of business status: Perks, Privilege, and Power. His observations were very insightful, and I could relate with much of what he said. I would like to summarize his points, beginning with Perks – extra More...

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By Online Staff On Monday, June 29th, 2020
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A Time to ‘Reboot’ How We Approach Our Work

By Robert J. Tamasy Being a confirmed “non-techie,” someone who does not understand the what’s and why’s of computer technology, I have a very simple strategy when my computer is not working right. I More...

By Online Staff On Monday, June 22nd, 2020
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MUST IT BE ‘EVERY MAN FOR HIMSELF’?

By Jim Mathis As we pursue our livelihoods in the contemporary marketplace, should we take the approach of “Every man for himself,” or should our attitude be, “We are all on the same team?” This might More...

By Online Staff On Sunday, June 14th, 2020
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Combating Fear of the Unknown, Focusing on the Knwon

By Robert J. Tamasy Years ago, discussing the challenges of making decisions during a war in the Middle East, described the variable factors involved as “known knowns, known unknowns, and unknown unknowns.” More...

By Online Staff On Monday, June 8th, 2020
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A LIFE-CHANGING ENCOUNTER LIKE NO OTHER

By Ray Kerwood [Editor’s Note: The following is an adapted excerpt from Cross Currents: A World War II Survivor’s Voyage through Life’s Storms to God’s Safe Port, an autobiography by Ray Kerwood]. A More...

By Online Staff On Monday, June 1st, 2020
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UNCONVENTIONAL HIRING STRATEGIES

By Rick Boxx The respected business periodical, Wall Street Journal, featured a story about Nehemiah Manufacturing, a company in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A. that has some interesting – and unusual – hiring More...

By Online Staff On Monday, May 25th, 2020
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THE POWER – AND IMPACT – OF PERSISTENCE

By Ray Kerwood [Editor’s Note: The following is an adapted excerpt from Cross Currents: A World War II Survivor’s Voyage through Life’s Storms to God’s Safe Port, an autobiography by Ray Kerwood]. A More...

By Online Staff On Monday, May 18th, 2020
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BUT WHAT ABOUT THE 16TH SECOND?

Recently I watched a video of a high school valedictorian’s graduation speech to his class. He talked about the elation he felt when, after years of hard work and personal sacrifice, he had achieved his goal More...

By Online Staff On Sunday, May 10th, 2020
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What Is your Reference Point?

By Jim Langley In the northern hemisphere, the North Star, the brightest star in the constellation Ursa Minor, is the star most visible to the naked eye. It has been used for centuries to show travelers More...

By Online Staff On Monday, May 4th, 2020
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Choosing Calm and Quiet in a World of Angry and Loud

By Rick Boxx Three guests were invited to debate an emotional topic on a talk show program. The discussion among the two guests and the host became so heated that they began shouting at each other. (I know, More...