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Using Your Severance Pay Wisely

Dear Deborah: I’m going to get a considerable amount of money from a severance contract soon. I want to have money set aside should I be out of work for awhile...

Who Do You Serve?

On a profound level, we humans tend to resist acknowledging headship. Sure, we may salute certain flags. But many of us do not want to surrender our wills.

So You Want to Write a Book...

81% of Americans say they’d like to write a book, but only a few ever take a step towards making it happen.

The Journey From Christian Nice Girl to God's Good Woman

You may have some lonely times on the road to becoming God's Good Woman.

5 Tips to Break the Cycle of Losing

Unemployment can start a vicious cycle of depression, loss of personal discipline and decreased emotional health. To break the cycle, take charge of the areas where you can experience immediate success.

Passive, Self-Defeating, Success-Limiting Behaviors of Christian Nice Girls

Women bond by sharing the intimate details of their lives, so they naturally tend to carry this behavior over into work settings.

Pursue Holiness Right Here and Now

You can become more holy right here and now, in the ordinary moments of life that become sacred when you learn how to selflessly respond to God’s calls.

  • Whitney Hopler, Crosswalk.com Contributor |
  • March 09, 2011 |
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When You're Looking for a Calling, Not Just a Job

"Most of us are looking for a calling, not a job," says Nora Watson in her interview for Studs Terkel's classic book Working. "Most of us...have jobs that are too small for our spirit. Jobs are not big enough for people."

  • Kevin and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • March 04, 2011 |
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Christian Nice Girls: How Nice Cripples Your Work

God can use competition to help you mature and become more like the 360-degree Jesus.

Vocational Stewardship for the Common Good

How can you deploy your vocational power to advance Kingdom values in your workplace, your community, and the world?

'Just Do It': How to Stop Hiding Behind Your Spiritual Gifts

Spiritual gifts are very important and quite crucial to how we serve. But if we aren't careful, we can make excuses to be idle if the task doesn't exactly fit what we believe to be our spiritual gifts.

If Your Life Isn't Working Out

Success is never an accident. It typically starts as imagination, becomes a dream, stimulates a goal, grows into a plan of action.

The Importance of Creating Rituals

No matter how good our intentions are, if we don't have a ritual or system in place to honor those intentions, our goals will fall victim to the chaotic pace of life.

  • Theresa Ceniccola |
  • February 11, 2011 |
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How to Work Successfully with Anyone

If you recognize that each different personality is actually a God-given gift, you can learn to work successfully with anyone, achieving great workplace goals together.

Making Money From Home

Every morning, I roll out of bed about 6:30, take a shower, eat breakfast, read from the Word, and head to work. In my case, work is about five steps from the kitchen...

Does Your Resume Make a Good First 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 |
  • February 04, 2011 |
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Creating a Culture Of Character in Your Company

With tough economic times for business, highly visible ethics violations in major corporations, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and a "flat" business world, the character of every individual, beginning with top leaders, may be the most important and challenging issue facing every organization today.

Lead a Life Worthy of Your Calling: The Old Has Gone

With a new year upon us and quickly becoming history, how do we make it more "successful" than past ones? How do we accomplish those things we want and strive to do what we are called to do? And how do we "deal with" the inevitability of hopes and dreams which don't come to fruition this year?

Develop the Art of Listening

If relationships with others mean a lot to you (but sometimes they seem to elude you), you'll find this helpful: become a listener.

What is Your "Donut Hole?"

Joanne and I were in Chicago recently. On a bitter cold morning we planned to have breakfast at the famous Lou Mitchell's restaurant...

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