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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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Students Facing Tough Job Market Shouldn’t Despair

Career counselors at Christian colleges stress faith, perseverance in face of worst job market in decades.

Fire Yourself

Fire yourself – then determine where you would like to be hired...

Identify Your Blind Spots

Even people who have conquered many of their personal demons and have blessed multitudes have blind spots.

Spirit of St. Louis: Christian Programs Aid the Unemployed

Christian training programs are working hard to help their students become employable and, in some cases, employed.

Waiting On the Lord

I hear a lot of people explaining long periods of inactivity as “waiting on God.”

Stop Petting Piranhas

Let's examine a destructive behavior that sneaks up on some of the best and brightest. Simply put, it’s trying to have a relationship with someone who doesn’t want to have one.

The Long Haul: What Seasoned Professionals Teach the Young

Don’t dismiss what old-timers can teach their younger colleagues.

What Makes Work Hard?

In working with people in career crisis for 20 years now I have observed that the work itself does not define “hard.”

Leave Some Money on the Table

In the big picture of life, sometimes demanding less gets us more in the long run.

When You've Been Fired

I talked with a man who was fired from his job in a public and painful way. This is what he said he learned from it.

  • Dr. Ray Pritchard |
  • September 07, 2011 |
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I’m Boring; Can I Get Ahead Anyway?

Readers ask, "How can an introvert get ahead in the fast paced business environment?"

Take This Job and Love It!

Ahhh. Labor Day weekend. A time to reflect on the blessings of our current employment situations. A pause in the schedule when we can offer thanks for meaningful work. And, um, a day off.

  • Laura MacCorkle |
  • September 02, 2011 |
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No Holiday for Those Who Long to Labor

Matt Bell offers four ways the gainfully employed can help friends looking for work.

Stop Giving One Hundred Percent!

Here is a truth: You cannot give one hundred percent to everything you do. Some things by definition must receive less.

  • John Mark Reynolds |
  • August 31, 2011 |
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