Now listen, you rich people . . . JAMES 5:1 When it comes to economic status, we tend to put people into two categories: the haves and the have-nots. But if we examine the Scriptures, we can actually find four categories of people when it comes to monetary and spiritual […]
Lazy hands make a man poor, but diligent hands bring wealth. He who gathers crops in summer is a wise son, but he who sleeps during harvest is a disgraceful son. PROVERBS 10:4-5 Many proverbs that deal with money focus on wealth or poverty, but this one is about work […]
Many of the same forces that are driving change in the private sector economy are also switching things up in the social sector. Technological advances, interconnected communications, globalization, economic volatility, reduction in resources—these are some of the reasons why we’re seeing so much innovation in the business of generosity. The […]
The Power of One means that I respect people, and sometimes need to take action that helps drive the level of respect up—for others and for myself.
1. What do you think has most contributed to the creation of generosity as a brand? 2. Would you describe your personal and corporate generosity as strategic or indiscriminate? Why? 3. What is your personal experience with Millennials regarding generosity and cause? 4. How does the fact that generosity is […]
You manage an employee who isn’t cutting it even after all of your attempts to help. You plan on letting him go when his contract expires next month. You think that if you tip him off, he’ll do even worse and cause company morale to suffer. You are under no […]
QUOTE: The world is moved by highly motivated people, by enthusiasts, by men and women who want something very much or believe very much.—John Gardner DRIVING THOUGHT: The Power of One means that I treat everyone—no matter his or her position in life—as I would want to be treated. DRILLING […]