What Is your Perception of Work?

By Robert J. Tamasy As we continue to deal with the repercussions of the global COVID-19 pandemic, our work – and how we perceive it – has been dramatically affected. Many of us, if we had not already been doing so, have learned the joys and challenges of working from home. Some have seen their job descriptions modified dramatically, while More...

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By Online Staff On Monday, January 11th, 2021
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WHAT ‘EXPERTS’ DON’T TELL US ABOUT CONTENTMENT

By Jim Mathis A few weeks ago, the pastor of our church asked us to write down one word that described our current emotional state. I wrote “content.” Not that I am always content. A few times during recent More...

By Online Staff On Monday, January 4th, 2021
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Never Underestimate the Value of a friend

By: Rick Boxx If you have ever watched a TV wildlife documentary that shows a lion hunting its prey, you will recognize the lion’s common practice: Finding the slowest or weakest gazelle and isolating them. More...

By Online Staff On Monday, December 28th, 2020
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AFTER THE ‘WORST OF TIMES,’ PLANNING FOR BETTER TIMES

By Robert J. Tamasy Charles Dickens, in his classic novel, The Tale of Two Cities, opened with the declaration, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…” In some respects, it is hard to More...

By Online Staff On Monday, December 21st, 2020
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DETERMINING WHAT CHRISTMAS IS REALLY ALL ABOUT

By Robert J. TamasyOver the centuries, countless billions of words have been spoken and written about Christmas. Some commentators still engage in discussions about “the true meaning of Christmas.” But for More...

By Online Staff On Monday, December 14th, 2020
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ALL GOOD LEADERS HAVE A LIMP By Dr. Stephen R. Graves Maybe you are familiar with the story in Genesis 32 in the Bible’s Old Testament. Alone for the night, Jacob, who would become the patriarch for the More...

By Online Staff On Monday, December 7th, 2020
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The Potential Downside of Expertise

By Rick Boxx English-born, Canadian author Malcolm Gladwell has written a number of books offering unique perspectives on the social sciences. in his book, Outliers, he made popular the concept that 10,000 hours More...

By Online Staff On Sunday, November 29th, 2020
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Reconnecting During Times of Disconnection

 By Jim Langley This year’s global pandemic has taken a toll in many ways. One that is sometimes overlooked or underestimated is becoming disconnected from important personal relationships, due to More...

By Online Staff On Sunday, November 22nd, 2020
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Seven Qualities of a Disciplined Investor

By Austin Pryor When it comes to investing, learning what to do is relatively easy. But doing what we are supposed to do is surprisingly hard. We can be our own worst enemies, especially More...

By Online Staff On Monday, November 16th, 2020
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SEVEN QUALITIES OF A DISCIPLINED INVESTOR

By Austin Pryor When it comes to investing, learning what to do is relatively easy. But doing what we are supposed to do is surprisingly hard. We can be our own worst enemies, especially when the market becomes More...