Dealing with Anger? A Lesson on Self-Control


In this second installment in my four-part series on character, I want to talk about anger and self control. Let’s face it, anger is a problem in the workplace today. Continue reading “Dealing with Anger? A Lesson on Self-Control”

Do You Live a Life of Integrity? An Inside Look.

This post on integrity is part one of a four-part series on character. The Bible has much to say on this issue, but one verse from the book of Proverbs stands out: Continue reading “Do You Live a Life of Integrity? An Inside Look.”

How You Can Be Thankful For Your Job (Even If You Hate It)

I wrote in my post, One Likely Reason You’re not Satisfied with Your Job, that 70% of Americans report being dissatisfied with their jobs. When we think about the things that we we are thankful for, our jobs are probably the last thing on the list.

Continue reading “How You Can Be Thankful For Your Job (Even If You Hate It)”

One (Likely) Reason You’re Not Satisfied With Your Job

Work dissatisfaction is a serious epidemic. Learn why this dissatisfaction exists and how to combat this issue.

We have a serious problem today in our society: statistics show that a staggering 70% of American workers report dissatisfaction with their work. Continue reading “One (Likely) Reason You’re Not Satisfied With Your Job”

Why Did I Write an Economics Series in a Leadership Blog?

I published a three-part series on economics, and I suspect that many of you might have wondered why I did that. After all, my blog is about leadership, not economics…

I published a three-part series on economics, and I suspect that many of you might have wondered why I did that. After all, my blog is about leadership, not economics.  Continue reading “Why Did I Write an Economics Series in a Leadership Blog?”

How to Balance Work and Family Life: A Biblical Perspective

How does one maintain balance in such a demanding work culture? Is it possible to attain career success and still maintain a healthy personal and family life? The answer is a resounding YES, but there are some caveats.

It often seems that in order to work well that you have to sacrifice your family and personal life. In his book, Love Works: 7 Timeless Principles for Effective Leaders, Joel Manby recounts a time in his life when he almost wrecked his family by his incessant work habits.  Continue reading “How to Balance Work and Family Life: A Biblical Perspective”

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