business

Unions, Liberty and Success

Recent data from the BLS reveals that the 22 Right to Work states outperformed the 28 Forced Union states in job creation, productivity, individual income and overall economic results by margins ranging from 25 to 40%. So you have to wonder why the administration continues to force unionization wherever it can. Case in point: the…

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Business + Mission

Business as Mission is not as complex as everyone seems to want to make it. Business is God’s mechanism for wealth creation (funding life) and Missions is the expression of God’s passion to save the lost (imparting eternal life). The intentional connection of our calling to business (it is a calling) and God’s heart to…

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The Decline and Fall (or Will it be Rise) of America

Whether you are conservative or liberal, rich or poor doesn’t matter much for this conversation. I just want to ask you to think about America. Our home. Most of us from any philosophical or political stripe would agree on this—America is in trouble and appears to be in a stall if not a descent. My…

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Wisdom from Joshua Wooden

John Wooden’s father, Joshua Wooden, gave each son these 7 words of wisdom when they graduates from grade school: 1. Be true to yourself. 2. Make each day your masterpiece. 3. Help others. 4. Drink deeply from good books. 5. Make friendship a fine art. 6. Build a shelter against a rainy day. 7. Pray…

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The List

Simple question–what are you thankful for in 2010? Health? A job? Your family? Salvation? Make your list–it’s longer than you think!

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Legit?

When I started working in the former Soviet Union during the early 1990’s I was not surprised to find a negative view of business—it was, according to the newly freed people, corrupt, based on greed, degrading to mankind, cruel, etc. In fact, there wasn’t even a Russian word for businessman so they just used the…

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Losing by the Rules

My SEC team (Tenn) just got robbed of a clear victory. Robbed by the rules. Yep. They stopped LSU at the 1 yard line to win the game. As they ran off the field in exultation the referee signaled a penalty–too many UT players on the field. Granted one more play, LSU scored and won.…

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More Job Killing Legislation

Workplace Flexibility Bill Reintroduced in Senate Posted on September 30, 2010 by Ilyse Schuman Email This Print Trackbacks Share Link Last week, Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA) reintroduced the Working Families Flexibility Act (S. 3840) in the Senate. This measure, which was introduced in the House of Representatives in March 2009 as H.R. 1274, would provide…

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Email in 3 Sentences (or Less)

Found this online three.sentenc.es The Problem E-mail takes too long to respond to, resulting in continuous inbox overflow for those who receive a lot of it. The Solution Treat all email responses like SMS text messages, using a set number of letters per response. Since it’s too hard to count letters, we count sentences instead.…

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Libertarian?

A libertarian is a person – any person – who consistently advocates individual freedom and consistently opposes the initiation of the use of coercion by anyone upon the person or property of anyone else for any reason. (Coercion is here defined as any action taken by a human being against the will or without the…

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