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Are Married Men Better Workers Than Single Ones?

For years, Brad Wilcox and his colleagues have been studying the positive impact of marriage on the culture.

What's Your Service Worth?

When I stood up I asked how much I owed him and he replied, “Whatever you’d like, sir.”

How to Lead Your Business Where You Want it to Go

In his new book, EntreLeadership, Dave Ramsey shares how you can lead your business where you want it to go with God's help.

Network Marketing -- Good or Bad?

A reader recently asked, “Dan, what do you think of the concept of network marketing if the product is great and the training is exceptional?”

Greet and Meet the Needs of Others

For Jesus, conversion wasn’t about “closing” another sale.

Confessions of a Recovering Workaholic

Hello, my name is Terry and I'm a workaholic. I am celebrating five years of balanced living, but every day is still a struggle.

Poverty or Simplicity?

The current "recession" or economic downturn has prompted many people to enjoy a healthier, greener, ecologically responsible, and simpler lifestyle. So what is the difference between poverty and simplicity?

Integrity When Times Get Tough

As individuals, we can learn a lot from the corporate world. Moral corporate cultures are not the product of random, do-whatever-it-takes business models.

Financing Your Career Change

Do you want to make a career change, but feel trapped by your financial situation?

  • Kevin and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • October 26, 2011 |
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Working Hard – or Workaholism?

Dear Dan — can you explain the difference between working hard and workaholism? So many families and churches are hurting because of the workaholism in the culture.

The Toughest Job: Forgiving Yourself

So you have a hard time forgiving (and forgetting) your past? Me too.

God’s Big Vision for You

Let's, each of us, have a time of deep quietness today, a time when we are allowing God to impress on us more deeply His great plans for us, His divine design.

  • Jason Pankau and John Donovan |
  • October 19, 2011 |
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Talent is Never Enough

How much of a factor has “talent” been to your success?

What Kind of Employee Would Jesus Be?

Many questions come to mind about the relatively unknown period of time when Jesus worked as a tradesman.

Don't Exaggerate Your Qualifications

I’ve often talked about how easy it is to position oneself as an “expert” but there has to be some basis for making that claim.

How to Organize Your Office Well

Organize your office well to optimize the work you do for God.

Virtue and Absent Vice

Everyone agrees humility matters, if only because we all despise co-workers and bosses who don’t have a shred of it. But what is it?

Learning from Others' Failures

Observe the good -- and bad -- career decisions others make.

God’s Economy

God’s economy differs significantly from the market economy of capitalism and from government-controlled economies.

  • Jason Pankau and Michael Lee Stallard |
  • October 04, 2011 |
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5 Ways to Help Your Husband Fall in Love with Your Business

Behind every successful mompreneur (at least the married ones!), is an encouraging and understanding husband.

  • Theresa Ceniccola |
  • September 30, 2011 |
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