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Be Devoted to Wherever God Has Placed You

Whatever our past, however we have been living and wherever we think we may be headed, we can change our outlook and our future from one of individualism and survival and to one of great anticipation and abundance.

Honesty: It Even Works in Business

Bridging the Gap Between Faith and Work

In many cases, Christian-owned businesses look and act no different than secular companies. But God sees a very different purpose for business, because work and worship are the same to Him...

Curse Not the Day of Small Beginnings

Do you have a job that is “small," maybe even unfulfilling? Jesus understands your situation. In the natural, Jesus had a not-so-glamorous job...

Being Prepared in an Uncertain Economy

What would you do if you were laid off today? That's not the kind of question you probably want to contemplate, is it? The reality, however, is that in today's job market you need to prepare for the unexpected...

  • Kevin Brennfleck and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • November 11, 2009 |
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Servant Leadership: Putting Principle into Practice

Most business leaders practice secular leadership models, which are based on using the people who work for you to get what you want. But other leaders are forging a new way by following an old path: the biblical leadership model based on Jesus' example of serving others.

  • LeAnne Benfield Martin |
  • November 09, 2009 |
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Start Learning Your Personality GPS

So many a man and woman woke up this morning to face yet another day in the knowledge that they're not living the life that they're meant to be living.

  • Keith Henry & Berni Dymet |
  • November 06, 2009 |
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The Workaholic

As a former workaholic myself, I can tell you the root of overworking is often 1) a fear of loss, and 2) a need for self-acceptance created by performance.

Can Career Testing Help You?

"I've got a whole file full of career tests I've taken on the Internet and I still don't know what I want to do!" Is career testing a waste of time?

  • Kevin Brennfleck and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • October 28, 2009 |
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Better to Try and Fail – or Fail to Try?

What if you tried for the promotion but failed to get it, started a business but lost your investment, or tried a MLM system but got nothing other than a garage full of vitamins? Would your life have been better if you had avoided the hassle and the disappointment altogether?

The Power of One Thing: How to Intentionally Change Your Life

You want to get things done, but sometimes it seems overwhelming. Here's help! Taking you from where you are to where you want to be, Carlson provides a proven plan that breaks down the journey into doable chunks.

Is Now the Time to Find Your Calling?

Mary was laid off after years as an administrative assistant, and doesn't have a clear picture of what she would like to be doing; she just knows that she wants to do something "more creative" that "helps people in some meaningful way." She estimates that she can afford to be out of work about three months before she needs a paycheck coming in again. What should Mary do?

  • Kevin Brennfleck and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • October 21, 2009 |
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When Seeing is Believing: Making the Most of College Visits – Part 2

Though some of the topics I discuss in this article might appear trivial, don't be fooled. Sometimes the smallest things can make the biggest difference.

Use the Media to Tap into the Hidden Job Market

There are many methods for tapping into the hidden job market, but they all share the same goal of identifying people or companies who have a need for someone with your skills and experience...

  • Kevin Brennfleck and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • October 12, 2009 |
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Low Expectations Lead to Disappointment

Scientists call it the Pygmalion Effect: When “a false definition of the situation evokes a new behavior which makes the original false conception come true.”

Pursuing Your Passions with a Sound Mind

The improbability of my career shifting from money to music is a miracle and a mystery that has stretched our faith, but God has been faithful...

Showcase Your Strengths through Storytelling

Storytelling can get you a job, a new client or a raise...

  • Kevin Brennfleck and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • September 30, 2009 |
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When Choosing a Career, Be Financially Realistic

Some careers, while honorable, rarely make large salaries. In these situations, budgeting and getting out/staying out of debt is crucial to answering your calling.

Tough Job Market? Try the “E” Word

Many of America's greatest companies were started because someone couldn't get a job anywhere else...

You Could Be the Next "Instapreneur”

Today you can be in business with no start-up capital, no inventory, no employees, no warehouses, no minimum orders, no sign permits, no leases and no long-term commitment...

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