Bouncing Back in Business and in Life

By Jim Langley I have been playing golf since I was 19, and can still recall joining some college friends in playing my first nine holes without any prior golf instruction. Even though my first attempt was a poor one, I was hooked and took up the game seriously that summer. One of the major challenges in golf is being able to “bounce More...

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By Online Staff On Monday, March 16th, 2020
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Teachability: An Invaluable Virtue

By Rick Boxx Tom, a CEO friend of mine, had a promising executive on his leadership team that was struggling at work. It had become obvious this individual would need additional oversight until he could mature More...

By Online Staff On Monday, March 9th, 2020
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Is Leadership Somewhat Overrated?

By Robert J. Tamasy If you have been in the business and professional world for any length of time – even for just a few months – chances are you have asked, encouraged or even ordered to attend some form More...

By Online Staff On Monday, March 2nd, 2020
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The Incomparable Power of Vision

By Robert J. Tamasy My first experience of driving an automobile by myself, without someone in the passenger seat beside me, was one I will never forget. I was working on the evening shift as a stock clerk at a More...

By Online Staff On Monday, February 24th, 2020
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Denial – Crisis – Action

By Jim Mathis For a few years I kept noticing my blood pressure was elevating. Each time I would check it, it would be slightly higher than the time before. I always attributed this to some contributing source More...

By Online Staff On Monday, February 17th, 2020
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LOVE IN THE OFFICE THAT CANNOT BE DISCOURAGED

By Robert J. Tamasy When you hear the term, “love in the office,” what comes to mind? A romantic relationship between coworkers or colleagues, perhaps? Some workplaces forbid such “fraternization,” while More...

By Online Staff On Monday, February 10th, 2020
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THE INCREDIBLE POWER OF PROVERBS

By Rick Boxx While attending a funeral, I struck up a conversation with Joe, a guy I had not seen in 20 years. As he learned about what I do with Unconventional Business Network, the non-profit organization I direct, More...

By Online Staff On Monday, February 3rd, 2020
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RESUME OR EULOGY – WHICH WOULD YOU CHOOSE?

By Jim Mathis In modern society we are encouraged to work to build our resume. The questions are always: What have we accomplished? What skills do we have? What is our job title? Or, how much money do we earn? However, More...

By Online Staff On Sunday, January 26th, 2020
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EXPECTING HOLINESS IN BUSINESS?

By Robert J. Tamasy  Suppose you were to try identifying the traits you feel are most important for an employer, an employee, a customer or client, or a supplier. What would they be? It might seem simple to list More...

By Online Staff On Monday, January 20th, 2020
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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 More...