MARGIN: MAKING ROOM FOR THE IMPORTANT

By Robert J. Tamasy Margin. It is critical for our lives in many ways, even though we often fail to appreciate it. For instance, the margins on a typewritten page help the eyes in focusing on the words. If the entire sheet of paper were covered with words, with no white space around them, the task of reading would be tedious at best, even impossible. Unfortunately, More...

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By Online Staff On Monday, October 7th, 2019
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The Five ‘P’s’ of Work from God´s Perspective

By Rick Boxx Many leaders have a very limited view of the plans and intentions God has for our work. So it helps to have an occasional reminder that when we go to work, we are there as His servants. Here are some More...

By Online Staff On Monday, September 30th, 2019
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‘NEVER TRY TO BE THE SMARTEST PERSON IN THE ROOM’

By Robert J. Tamasy There is a common saying, particularly in the world of sports, that “you win with people.” Even the best coach will fail without having quality, skilled players and support staff. The same More...

By Online Staff On Monday, September 23rd, 2019
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What Do you Want in Life?

  By Jim Langley  “What do you want in life?” Has anyone ever asked you that question? The best way to answer is by determining what is most important to you. Over more than 50 years, I have watched many More...

By Online Staff On Monday, September 16th, 2019
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Humble, Hungry and Hard-Working

By Robert J. Tamasy Everyone, it seems, wants to know the secret to success. I recall as a young journalist looking around and seeing people I admired, individuals who were already making their mark in the world. More...

By Online Staff On Monday, September 9th, 2019
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LIFE IS USUALLY BEST WITH OTHERS

By Jim Mathis On a Sunday early this year, my wife and I went to church. At our church, worship could best be described as a party for God. We always have a great time. Even though each service officially lasts More...

By Online Staff On Wednesday, September 4th, 2019
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TRUSTING IN GOD’S DIRECTION, NO MATTER WHAT

By Rick Boxx When Larry was CEO of an information systems company, someone filed an unwarranted lawsuit against the company. Along the way, even though Larry’s company was innocent of any wrongdoing, many people More...

By Online Staff On Monday, August 26th, 2019
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The Business of Brokenness

By Robert J. Tamasy What do you typically do with something that gets broken, like a smartphone, a watch, a pen, or even a car? Try getting it repaired? Dispose of it? Or find a suitable replacement? Such responses More...

By Online Staff On Monday, August 19th, 2019
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BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND

By Ken Korkow Two years ago, after having subscribed to the Wall Street Journalfor more than 40 years and to the Omaha World-Heraldfor more than 30, I canceled both. They were consuming my time and I had concluded More...

By Online Staff On Sunday, August 11th, 2019
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Life at the End of your Comfort Zone

By Robert J. Tamasy Some people are natural risk-takers. They are the first ones to try skydiving or bungee jumping. They study a restaurant menu and search for the unusual selection, the exotic concoction few people More...