How Memorials Keep Us From Forgetting

By Robert J. Tamasy This year in the United States, May 30 marks the observance of Memorial Day, an annual day for remembering the sacrifices of many thousands of men and women who died while serving in the military. It originated in the days following the U.S. Civil War. While not celebrating war, the annual holiday memorializes those who have More...

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By Online Staff On Monday, May 23rd, 2022
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DIFFICULTIES – OPPORTUNITIES OR OBSTACLES?

By Fritz Klumpp “Where did I come from?” “Why am I here?” “Where am I going?” These are the three most important questions anyone could ask themselves at any time. Fifty years ago, I came to the realization More...

By Online Staff On Monday, May 16th, 2022
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The Value of Trust in the Marketplace

By James D. Firnstahl During my career as an International Banker and then as Chief Financial Officer of an international manufacturing company, I learned that character matters for many reasons. In fact, a More...

By Online Staff On Monday, May 9th, 2022
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What Is Truth? Is it even Subject for Debate?

By Robert J. Tamasy “What is truth?” This is a question countless people have asked through the ages. It has been a recurring topic for philosophers, sociologists, counselors, writers, even business and More...

By Online Staff On Monday, May 2nd, 2022
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PURSUING ‘R.A.R.E. LEADERSHIP’ IN THE WORKPLACE

By Rick Boxx In their book, Rare Leadership in the Workplace, authors Marcus Warner and Jim Wilder use RARE as an acronym for how to become a mature leader. The first R stands for “Remain Relational.” I would More...

By Online Staff On Monday, April 25th, 2022
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Deliberately Developing Discernment

By Jim Langley Discernment: It is defined as the innate ability to recognize the moral and practical consequences of our decisions. Discernment also is a quality rarely demonstrated in the business and professional More...

By Online Staff On Monday, April 18th, 2022
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NOT ONE OF US IS AS SMART AS ALL OF US

By Robert J. Tamasy During my years as a magazine editor, some of my favorite times involved getting our creative team together to plan the titles and graphic design for the next edition. Being a writer with More...

By Online Staff On Monday, April 4th, 2022
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STARTING A BUSINESS GOD’S WAY (PART 1)

By Rick Boxx (Editor’s Note: This is the first of two articles on how to start a business God’s way.) If you don’t count the greeting cards, ice scrapers or newspapers I sold as a child, my first business More...

By Online Staff On Monday, March 28th, 2022
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MAKING ETHICAL CHOICES IN A GRAY WORLD

By Stephen R. Graves Some people see everything in black and white, right and wrong, good and evil. Others see an ocean of gray, with nothing ever firmly planted on one side or the other. Life might be easier More...

By Online Staff On Monday, March 21st, 2022
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Caught in the Loop of Negativity?

By Robert J. Tamasy A song from years ago complained, “If it wasn’t for bad luck, I wouldn’t have any luck at all.” These days, we could make a similar observation that if it wasn’t for bad news, we More...