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What God Does When Men Lead

In What God Does When Men Lead, author Bill Peel helps men identify their unique God-given talents, by encouraging them to put aside doubts and insecurity, boldly embrace leadership gifts and use them to transform their family life, workplace and church. Read an excerpt.

Bouncing Back from Job Loss

No matter how it happens, a job loss is painful but don’t get caught up in the negatives. This will only sabotage your immediate future.

Hardship or Opportunity?

Could it be that there is an opportunity in something you consider a hardship right now? Most inventions, great books, and leadership skills emerge from those tough times in our lives when we needed a solution or the fortitude to just survive.

We All Need Somebody to Lean On

Without support from those around us, we tend to be less willing to try new things or go down non-traditional paths.

What Do You Want to be When You Grow Up?

What would be the perfect job title for your current position? And how would you title the perfect position?

Still Selling Typewriters?

Are you using business principles that were effective 20 years ago - but are dreadfully out of date today?

Crossroads: Navigating Your Calling and Career

In Crossroads, Colin Creel seeks to navigate the murky waters of career and calling by looking at the biblical view of calling, recognizing that each of us is here for a reason, and offering practical guidelines on seizing career opportunities. Read anexcerpt from chapter one.

The Upside of Company Losses

General Motors announced recently that they will be offering buyout packages to their entire U.S. hourly workforce - 74,000 workers...

Lead Wisely

You have tremendous influence over both people and outcomes as a leader. If you perform well, your work can make a powerfully significant impact for good. Here’s how you can lead wisely...

Commentary: Is the Economic Sky Falling?

Recent headlines have been screaming – Job Cutbacks, Jobs Lost, Job Losses. But are things as bad as they look?

The Profitable Good Samaritan?

Is that possible – to be a “profitable Good Samaritan?” Or is doing good always connected to being broke yourself?

Rediscovering Sabbath Rest

Rest was woven into the fabric of creation. And what we find as we take time off from the rhythms of work is—as the old Hebrew saying goes—not that we keep the Sabbath, but that the Sabbath keeps us.

Career: We Can Never Climb High Enough

Men often seek personal fulfillment from their careers. But no matter how high we climb, our success will never be enough to give us lasting satisfaction...

Happiness or Misery - You Choose

Much of your success is decided in advance - or "arranged in your mind." Circumstances will never determine your amount of happiness...

Just a “Little” Gossip

Whether it happens at the water cooler at work or among church friends, gossip is no small thing...

  • Margaret D. Mitchell |
  • March 10, 2008 |
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Coaching Corner: Knowing Your Mission

God designed you—your desires, passions, and longings—for a specific reason. All of these, when brought together into the light of God’s presence, will point you to the true, God-inspired mission of your life.

What Job Title Would You Like to Have?

Recently, I’ve seen an increase in interesting titles from a wide variety of companies. It appears others are looking for titles that are more appealing than administrative assistant, accountant, teller or vice president...

Thankful for Drudgery

Drudgery is work that is far removed from anything we think of as ideal work. And it is one of the finest tests to determine the genuineness of our character...

Is it Time to Reinvent Yourself?

The question, “What are you going to do when you grow up?” has become more complicated. The average teenager today may have to change careers up to four times before he or she retires. That’s one of the reasons why it is important to embrace the personal and business reinvention concept.

  • Joel A. Freeman |
  • February 18, 2008 |
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Stop Waiting for Your Life to Begin

Change (even if unexpected or unwelcome) often wakes up old dreams. What were the dreams you had as a child? What are those recurring themes in the things you dream of doing?

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