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Jun 07
2006

Making Ideas Happen

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Every leader creates ideas, and many of those ideas have the potential the pay great dividends. The key is to move beyond the idea stage and create action that turns those ideas into reality. "There are many . . . empty talkers," wrote the apostle Paul (Titus 1:10, NASB), and in business today, we all know people who talk a good game but never get the job done. But you don't have to be one of those people. By following several simple steps, you can learn how to turn good ideas into effective action.

Jun 02
2006

The Business of Home Schooling

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As the quality and morals of public education continue to decline, homeschooling is becoming an even bigger business that challenges the traditional education system. Public education is a business, a very big business, and it is coming under increasing pressure from the competition of home schooling. 

 

Jun 02
2006

Trustworthy Leadership

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Effective business leaders establish trust. We all like to see ourselves as honest, forthright and trustworthy. But King Solomon asked, “Who can find a trustworthy man? (Proverbs 20:6, NASB). Often, we believe that trustworthiness is defined only by telling the truth and not lying. However, genuinely trustworthy leaders embrace and demonstrate four basic behaviors: (1) follow-through, (2) readily admitting mistakes, (3) sharing decision making with others, and (4) accepting responsibility for one’s own actions and results.  

 

Jun 01
2006

Is the Grass Greener in a Different Job?

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Every year, millions of workers in the United States change jobs—some for more money, others for greater opportunity, and some just for a change of scenery. Often, however, the job hop turns out to be disappointing and the greener grass that looked so great from the far side of the fence wilts quickly. Before changing jobs, you should carefully consider several factors.

May 05
2006

Thinking of Changing Jobs?

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When it comes to changing jobs, the grass may look greener on the other side of the fence, but often when we arrive we see weeds, brown grass, and bare spots. We may change jobs thinking that all our problems are behind us and the new position will solve everything, only to be disappointed and disillusioned by what we find. Before jumping ship, take careful stock of your current job. If you move, take the right steps.