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How to Recover from a Bad Business Decision

"There are no mistakes, no coincidences. All events are blessings given to us to learn from."

Guiding the Attitude of Your Day

Be very careful how you start your morning. You are planting the seeds for what the day will hold.

Dads, Your Career Is a Means and Not an End

Too many men are identified by their careers, or lack thereof. Some flail about looking for one that will give them meaning. It won’t.

How to Become a Change Agent for God

If you're a Christian, God has given you a job to be a change agent in the world, fulfilling His purposes wherever you go.

The "Jobless Recovery" and Missions

News flash: The Great Recession ended more than a year ago. That cheery announcement came Sept. 20 from the National Bureau of Economic Research. You could've fooled me. You could've fooled a lot of folks...

My Life is too Small

This week a 36-year-old MBA in an executive position in an exciting industry shared this concern in her coaching profile: “I have a vague sense that my life is too small.”

Considering Careers Before Spending 100K

Too many college grads are jobless, directionless, and in thousands of dollars of debt. So how can we make wise decisions about our education?

You Can Tithe With More Than Your Money

I have always believed in the principle of monetary tithing and have experienced the blessings and benefits. But I also believe in a tithing principle that goes beyond just money...

Six Ways to Find Unadvertised Jobs

Looking for a job these days is a lot like participating in a treasure hunt with thousands of other "hunters." You don't want to dig where everyone is digging...

Invite Jesus to be Your Career Counselor

God intends for your work to be about much more than just doing a job well. Work should be about a vocation - a whole lifestyle in which you honor God, contribute to the world in the ways you were uniquely designed to help others, and enjoy the process.

Job Interviewing in a Tough Market

Any advertising pro will tell you that the trick to selling a product is twofold: Presenting a differential advantage (something that makes this product different and better than the competitors), and presenting a memorable, penetrating image of the product (we call this a product's branding.) Here are some practical ways to accomplish both.

The Unmanageable Boss

You are expected to be a good employee, to show up for work on time every morning, to follow orders, to be mannerly and show deference to authority. But what do you do when you have a boss who won't show the same respect to you?

To Achieve Success You Must Risk Some Failure

What we could see as punishment may actually be a necessary step toward success.

Work Successfully with Difficult People

With God’s help, it is possible to work successfully with difficult coworkers, customers, or supervisors. Here's how.

Does Your Resume Make a Good Impression?

You’ve heard the adage, "You never get a second chance to make a good first impression." While you may have taken this principle into account when preparing for an interview, have you given adequate thought to the first impression your resume gives to prospective employers?

  • Kevin and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • April 04, 2012 |
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Work: A Spiritual Pursuit

Dan, what kind of a role do you see faith or spirituality playing in having a fruitful, rewarding career?

Developing “God Confidence”

Instead of telling ourselves that confidence has its genesis in one’s self, we should accept that our confidence is in (and from) God.

  • Steve Diggs, Finance and Life-Skills Coach |
  • March 28, 2012 |
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Does Deprivation Foster Creativity?

Would we be more creative if we needed more?

Four Areas To Consider When Hiring

We hire people we like, and that's about it. When it comes to picking your staff, or even building a team of volunteers, how do you decide who's in and who's out? For most, if they connect with the applicant, there is a good chance they'll want to offer them the position.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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