Monthly Archives: September 1993


Focus your best assets on fixing your weakest link. In your organization, where should you deploy your best assets and pump in the most energy? In answering that question, many leaders would say that they would try to maximize what’s working best for them. For example, if a personal products […]

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Don’t Take the Bait

[E]ach one is tempted when, by his own evil desire, he is dragged away and enticed. JAMES 1:14 Mark Antony was known as the silver-throated orator of Rome. He was a brilliant statesman who was magnificent in battle, courageous, and strong. He was handsome and endowed with many good qualities, […]

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Drinking from a Rock

[W]ho turned the rock into a pool, the hard rock into springs of water. PSALM 114:8 A rock is about as different from a pool of water as you can possibly get. Have you ever been in a place that’s as different as it can possibly be from the place […]

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God Is My CEO: The Surrendered Mind

I remember the days of long ago; I meditate on all your works and consider what your hands have done. PSALM 143:5 If God really is CEO of our lives, with the directional authority and the right to disrupt our routines, then He is also in charge of our thinking. […]

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Green with Envy

[A]ll labor and all achievement spring from man’s envy of his neighbor. ECCLESIASTES 4:4 Keeping up with the Joneses is depressing. In fact, Solomon contends that it is meaningless and chasing after the wind. There is no redeeming quality about it. But it’s a common issue: “[A] 11 labor and […]

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