MATTERS OF FAITH – AND WHY FAITH MATTERS

By Jim Langley “Faith” is not a word we often use in the 21st-century marketplace, where only things tangible and measurable are prized. However, in one way or another, we all possess and exercise faith. We might define faith as “trust or complete confidence in something or someone.” Many people limit their trust to what they can do on their More...

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By Online Staff On Monday, January 13th, 2020
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WHEN FAILURE BECOMES SUCCESS

By Rick Boxx Early in my practice as a business consultant, I submitted a bid on a consulting project for a mortgage lender named Tom. During a follow-up interview, I explained to him about my biblical approach More...

By Online Staff On Monday, January 6th, 2020
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ONE THING WE ALL COULD USE IN THE NEW YEAR

By Robert J. Tamasy All around the world, clocks and calendars are counting down. By this time next week, we will have entered another year, either bidding a fond farewell to the year just passed or simply saying, More...

By Online Staff On Monday, December 30th, 2019
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CELEBRATING THE GIVING SEASON’S GREATEST GIFT

By Robert J. Tamasy This week millions of people around the world will observe one of the most significant holidays of the year: Christmas. Although the practice varies from country to country, and culture to culture, More...

By Online Staff On Monday, December 16th, 2019
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SIMPLY SHOWING SENSITIVITY

By Jim Langley   One of the things in short supply in today’s marketplace is sensitivity. This can be defined as “tuning in” to the needs of those who come into our lives every day. We can easily become More...

By Online Staff On Monday, December 9th, 2019
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DISCOMFORTING FACTS ABOUT THE COMFORT ZONE

By Sergio M. Fortes Several months back, an edition of Monday Manna discussed something many of us have encountered: the comfort zone. It seemed fitting to revisit this topic, since it is a common issue of the everyday More...

By Online Staff On Monday, December 2nd, 2019
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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 More...

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...