THE EVER-CHANGING TOOLS OF THE TRADE

By Rick Boxx The “tools” I was given for my first job in public accounting included an adding machine, pencils, and a pad of green columnar paper. The only computer I recall was a $1 million albatross located at a client’s office that no one could figure out how to use. How the times have changed since then! Today, my laptop computer is about More...

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By Online Staff On Monday, November 25th, 2019
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REMEMBERING TO BE THANKFUL – AT ALL TIMES

By Robert J. Tamasy What are you thankful for – your career, your family, your health, financial prosperity? How often do you pause to ponder or reflect on the positives in your life – to be genuinely thankful? More...

By Online Staff On Monday, November 18th, 2019
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MISSION: ‘MARKETPLACE AMBASSADORS’

By Robert J. Tamasy   Way back in 1981, I heard about something called “CBMC” for the first time. I was seeking an employment change, and responded to an ad in a trade journal. The job was with an organization More...

By Online Staff On Tuesday, November 12th, 2019
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BOUNCING BACK – IN BUSINESS AND IN LIFE

By Jim Langley I have been playing the game of golf since I was 19 and still remember playing my first nine holes on the Texas A&M University golf course without any prior golf instruction. Even skilled athletes More...

By Online Staff On Tuesday, November 5th, 2019
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THE PERILS OF OVERBLOWN SELF-IMPORTANCE

By Rick Boxx My son-in-law, Brian, met with a mutual friend who previously had served as CFO for a well-known, publicly traded company. When I asked how his meeting went, Brian replied, “He shared an idea with More...

By Online Staff On Sunday, October 20th, 2019
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Refusing to Let Fear Get the Best of Us

By Jim Mathis U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt famously said, “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” It is interesting that the Bible uses the phrases, “Do not fear” and “fear not,” more More...

By Online Staff On Monday, October 14th, 2019
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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 More...

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...