Monthly Archives: July 1992

The Magical Power of Goodness

The act of sacrificially helping others unlocks a profound power of goodness within ourselves and within those around us. We are drawn to it and compelled to advance it. This draw exists, I would suggest, because we all carry some measure of God’s goodness within our souls. It’s imprinted upon […]

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Green Light

If your business or nonprofit is at a crossroads, your strategy will tell you which way to go. If you have taken that strategy out for a test-drive and have made adjustments so that all four wheels are working, then you’ve got a green light to start accelerating. Strategy 3.0 […]

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Return to Yes

Sasha Dichter, chief innovator of the Acumen Fund, helps to invest money entrepreneurially around the world to alleviate poverty. Philanthropy, in other words, is his job, and few are better at it. But on the way to work one day he began to question whether, despite his professional role, he […]

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Eight Steps

There is a process that leaders today can use to lead their companies toward successful strategy. Its parts are recognizable from earlier eras, but it has twists and bends and reinterpretations that come from the nature of the new business realities. You might be surprised by its starting point. You […]

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Some Things Are Worth Repeating

Restore us, O God; make your face shine upon us, that we may be saved. PSALM 80:3 These days, it seems we are on perpetual information overload. We’re barraged with facts, figures, formulas, and opinions from television news and talk shows, magazine and newspaper articles, e-mail, friends and coworkers, and […]

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Make My Life a Sacrifice

May the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be pleasing in your sight, O LORD, my Rock and my Redeemer. PSALM 19:14 Life is filled with choices, and every choice can be measured against the ultimate motivation: Are we living for God or for something else? […]

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