Graduating from the school of failure

By: Robert J. Tamasy Often we see a prominent corporate leader, business executive or entrepreneur described as “the great success story.” We are regaled by accounts of how they achieved success, as examples of how we too can experience high levels of achievement if we emulate them. But have you ever heard of anyone described as “the great More...

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By Online Staff On Monday, October 19th, 2020
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WHEN LIFE FORCES YOU INTO ‘PAUSE’ MODE

By Jim Langley You know the “Pause” button you have on your TV, or the video you are watching on your computer or smartphone? Sometimes life presses the “Pause” button, whether we like it or not. Often More...

By Online Staff On Monday, October 12th, 2020
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CREATING AN ATMOSPHERE OF ‘CREATIVE ABRASION

‘By Robert J. Tamasy Recently I read social media comments presented by a business consultant and coach, Tim Kight. I have never met him, but I appreciate his pointed, practical thinking. What he posted More...

By Online Staff On Monday, October 5th, 2020
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The Importance of Self-Control

By Rick Boxx Years ago, a consulting client of mine was in a printing-related industry. The principal partners enjoyed numerous opportunities within their industry, many of which were strategic to their More...

By Online Staff On Monday, September 28th, 2020
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And Now, For Some Very Good News

 By Jim Mathis  I don’t know about you, but I am always ready for good news, especially in a time like this, when every news report we see or hear is challenging, disconcerting, and even terrifying. One More...

By Online Staff On Monday, September 21st, 2020
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When God Wants to Send You, Will You Go?

By Robert J. Tamasy Some weeks ago, my friend Sergio Fortes wrote about “the comfort zone,” where we feel, obviously, comfortable. It’s familiar, predictable, and usually does not require more effort More...

By Online Staff On Monday, September 14th, 2020
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Lessons for Life and Work – From Noah´s Ark

By Ken Korkow Be honest: When 2020 started, did your list of goals include: “Things to do during the coronavirus pandemic”? If you did, I would like your advice on scheduling a trip to Mars. At the start More...

By Online Staff On Tuesday, September 8th, 2020
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THE INSPIRATIONAL VALUE OF MANAGERS

By Rick Boxx Gallup, a prestigious analytics and advisory company founded more than 80 years ago, has published a book called It’s the Manager.According to an article about the book in the Wall Street Journal, Gallup More...

By Online Staff On Monday, August 31st, 2020
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CHARACTER – AN OVERLOOKED PROFESSIONAL QUALITY

By Robert J. Tamasy Resumes, or if you prefer, curriculum vitae, are interesting documents. They can represent education, work experience, professional skills, achievements and certifications. They help in evaluating More...

By Online Staff On Monday, August 24th, 2020
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SEEKING HOPE IN SEEMINGLY HOPELESS TIMES

By Jim Langley We live in very troubled times, without a doubt. Between a global pandemic, social unrest, economic turmoil and frequent instances of severe, extreme weather, many people are beyond concerned More...

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