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The Challenges of Working from Home

Last week, we took a closer look at the perks of working from home. Now, let's examine some of the often unexpected challenges of making the transition away from a morning commute...

How to Make a Living Writing, Part III

Young (or relatively inexperienced) writer! Listen to me! For verily do I have for you some top-drawer Writing Advice that’s actually real and true. Ready? Here it is: It’s not about you.

How To Make a Living Writing, Part II

Magazine writing is great, because doing well in magazines opens doors to just about any other kind of writing you would ever want to do...

Women: Follow Your Faith to Success at Work

As a working woman of faith, you have the potential to make a significant impact for Christ in the marketplace.

How to Make a Living Writing

Writer and editor John Shore gives aspiring writers the honest truth about the industry.

Consider a "Stop Doing" List in 2008

Call it my New Year's non-resolutions.

  • James Emery White |
  • January 03, 2008 |
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Can I Achieve Success Without Being Greedy?

  • Steven K. Scott |
  • December 24, 2007 |
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Job Corps Sees 'God's Faithful Presence'

CWJC is a ministry of Woman's Missionary Union that seeks to equip women for life and employment through Christ-centered, holistic training. Each CWJC site is created and operated by a woman who has responded to the call of God to invest her life in other people.

  • Amy W. Richardson |
  • December 20, 2007 |
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The Changing Face of Retirement

People are living longer, staying healthy longer, and remaining active longer. What do you need to do to be financially and spiritually prepared for those later years?

  • Steve Scalici, CFP |
  • December 17, 2007 |
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Who Knows What is Best for Your Career?

You most assuredly should be in the driver’s seat for any transition in your life. No one knows as much or cares as much as you when it comes to the direction your career takes...

How Expectations Determine Success

Reader Michael McClure shares a classic example of how we often get exactly what we expect...

Correspondence College

Do you have your student's future figured out? Homeschool high school and then correspondence college the goal? Here are some tips to avoid some potential pitfalls.

Done any Whittling Lately? The Gift of Being

Maybe in our rush to ‘do’ we miss some of the opportunities to just ‘be.’

Lisa Tawn Bergren: How a Writing Break Helped Her Career

Accomplished author Lisa Tawn Bergren has worked in various facets of Christian publishing, but the most significant turn in her career (thus far) occurred when she obeyed God’s instruction to temporarily give it up.

  • Stacy Hawkins Adams |
  • November 19, 2007 |
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Your Signature Work: Play Your Position

Winner or Loser – You Get To Choose

Are there really limitations in front of you – or are those obstacle just between your own two ears?

College Debt and Stolen Books

Unless you have a carefully laid plan, college may be doing little more than causing you to accumulate crippling debt.

Forces for Good: The Making of Successful Nonprofits

More than 30,000 nonprofits are started in this country every year. But even with noble intentions, only a fraction will survive. What differentiates those who make long-lasting impact from those who fizzle?

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