Sep 26, 2014

David Brooks on Leadership

David Brooks on Leadership
NYT Columnist David Brooks shares some leadership advice: Good leaders can step outside their own egos to understand the opposition.Read more +
Sep 23, 2014

Eisenhower on Leadership

Eisenhower on Leadership
Eisenhower knew something about being a leader. And he could be blunt in his definitions. He said: "You do not lead by hitting people over the head—that's assault, not leadership."Read more +
Sep 15, 2014

A Job Well Done

Another Good Job Done by Me
A friend of mine had a flat tire and stopped at a country gas station. The attendant patched the tire and put it back on the car. And as the fellow tightened the last lug nut, my friend heard him say, "Another good job done by me."Read more +
Sep 10, 2014

Is Your Work a Paycheck or a Calling?

Is Your Work a Paycheck or a Calling?
Three people on the same job site have very different perspectives on their work.Read more +
Sep 5, 2014

Execute the Last Order Received

Execute the Last Order Received
Have you ever had a day go haywire? Customers revolt . . . competitors up to tricks . . . colleagues at cross-purposes? Be assured: God is close by.Read more +
Sep 2, 2014

This Too Shall Pass

This, Too, Shall Pass
Abraham Lincoln told the story of an Eastern monarch who commanded his wise men to create a sentence. This sentence would be cut in stone and always be in view. It must be true. It must apply in every situation and at all times.Read more +
Aug 28, 2014

Sharing the Wealth

Share the Wealth
Ask anyone who works for anyone else: the best bosses are inclusive!Read more +
Aug 7, 2014

Theory vs. Experience

Theory vs. Experience
That year, for his six-month sabbatical, instead of hitting the speakers' circuit, Dr. Coleman took an unusual path: He spent two months digging ditches . . . two months in a kitchen . . . and two months as a lumberjack.Read more +
Aug 1, 2014

When in Doubt, Sweep

When in Doubt, Sweep
A grocery manager gave a young man his first job. Eager to please, the new employee would rush through every task. Then he would say: "What can I do now?"Read more +
Jun 24, 2014

Giving Your Family Leftovers

Giving Your Family Leftovers
Life is demanding, but the clock does not slow or stop. To give the most time to what is most precious—our close relationships—is the heartbeat and the power in the high calling of our daily work.Read more +

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