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There are several Bible verses that suggest that you should avoid making decisions on your own. And clearly the more serious the issue the more time and attention is needed to ensure that the matter is dealt with correctly. In a large organization, you will find teams who specialize in certain problems. Some are fairly... Continue Reading →


The Rat Race

Some days are a grind, and I needed to be reminded that the rat race is not why I am here: Surely everyone goes around like a mere phantom; in vain they rush about, heaping up wealth without knowing whose it will finally be. But now, Lord, what do I look for? My hope is in you. Save me from all... Continue Reading →


With the news today that The President of the United States is sharing information with foreign powers, I'm prompted to discuss the issue of gossiping. Information feels like power, and there is nothing like having information that you think no one else has, and showing off by sharing it. It does make you feel more... Continue Reading →

Tools and Methods

One of the responsibility of a manager is to build the capability of a team of individuals. Especially in highly competitive environments, it is necessary to always seek ways to get work done faster with less effort. The teams that do this best usually arm their company with a competitive edge. These 'ways' can mean... Continue Reading →


Whoever heard of office politics as something that is said in a constructive manner? In my experience if you are really good at your job, the work that you do speaks for itself. Do you see someone skilled in their work? They will serve before kings; they will not serve before officials of low rank. Proverbs... Continue Reading →

Priorities, Priorities

It is essential to ensure that you invest money, time and effort first to that which ensures a return. After that, once a return on investment is in play,  you can spend money on things you need or want. If you own a farm, this means get the fields ready to ensure harvest will come.... Continue Reading →

Don’t be a Slacker

How you work and the attention you pay to your tasks when no one is watching defines you and your work ethic. If you act and work one way when being watched, but work a different more detached way when you are on your own, then watch out. I have plenty of examples of people... Continue Reading →

Working and Caring

What is the modern equivalent of this? The Lord God took the man and put him in the Garden of Eden to work it and take care of it. Genesis 2:15 What does it mean to work it and care care of it? Where the 'it' is the Garden of Eden. To plant seeds? To turn... Continue Reading →


Sometimes I have heard it said that white collar workers - managers if you like - never do a hard days work. If you never work the ground, if you never work machinery on a factory floor, if you never sweep the ground or clean a room - are you really working? If you look... Continue Reading →

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