May 6, 2013

It Begins With the Leap

Michelle Derusha is one The High Calling Network’s more enjoyable bloggers. She has a journalist’s eye, a theologian’s brain, and a mystic’s sensitivity. She recently wrote about “Leaping.” When she moved to Nebraska, she leaped into faith in Christ. Then she leaped into writing. More recently, she’s leaped into public...
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May 5, 2013

If Ever There Were a Time for Writers

If ever the world needed writers, artists, poets, and musicians, it is now. Even a glance through centuries past testifies to the power of artists, those sage interpreters of the soul, to draw hope from the detritus of despair and unveil rainbows from the bleak abyss of injustice.
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May 5, 2013

A Genius in the Hardware Store

An employee in a Brooklyn Hardware Store has been there since 1951 and has a unique ability with numbers. There’s no need for a computer to keep inventory because it’s all his brain. He has all the parts, their numbers, and suppliers memorized. "There's comfort in order." See the remarkable...
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May 3, 2013

Young Professional Seeks Posse of Coaches

Plato had Socrates. Helen Keller had Anne Sullivan. Timothy had the apostle Paul. Every young person needs a coach along the way. But was Socrates it for Plato? The solus fontis of all vocational maturity? The duo lived so long ago that we might imagine just the two of them...Read more +
May 3, 2013

The High Cost of Rudeness at Work

An interview with Christine Porath, associate professor at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business and coauthor of the article The Price of Incivility , from the Harvard Business Review.
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May 2, 2013

Eight Unwritten Rules of the Workplace

Every office has its quirks when it comes to etiquette, but some of the universal rules of good behavior seem so obvious that they’re easily overlooked. How you function in your office environment reflects how you work in general. So while the little things may seem insignificant, it’s smart to...
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May 1, 2013

The North Wind and the Sun

The North Wind and the Sun
Strength may win battles in the short term, but warmth can win minds...Read more +
May 1, 2013

Social Media and the Sermon on the Mount

Imagine for a second that you are at the Galilean hillside with 150 others. It's a hot and dry day with a blazing Middle Eastern sun. Up ahead you see a slightly more organized body of people, apparently listening to a preacher. You reach the crowd and realize that this...Read more +
Apr 30, 2013

Seeing Business as an Instrument of the Kingdom

The difference between success and mediocrity or failure lies not so much with the quality of science—for these principles are nearly universal—but in the strength of vision or purpose that drives the enterprise and its employees. The Bible underscores this principle. Crosswalk.com
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