Jim Miley


Do You Know Your Mission?

By Jim Miley / March 10, 2016 / 0 Comments

Over the past few weeks, the subject of Mission has come up a lot. Business Mission. Church Mission. Personal Mission. In my work here at Crossroads, it has come up with business owners who are forced to evaluate their business Mission.  We collaborate on clarifying the Mission, ask whether we are staying true to the […]

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Expectations: The Root of all Disappointment

By Jim Miley / February 18, 2016 / 1 Comment

I have held this belief for many years; that expectations are the root of all disappointment. Sharing this view with family, friends and work associates usually draws a polite, but poorly-veiled look of disagreement and confusion. This past weekend my wife and I traveled to Birmingham to visit two of our children. We were not […]

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Faith in Business

Faith Will Build Your Business

By Jim Miley / January 28, 2016 / Comments Off on Faith Will Build Your Business

The gun has gone off for the new year and we’re off and running.  We’ve made our plans, set our course and know exactly where we will finish at the end… Well, not exactly. I mean you probably have plans for where you would like to be…but honestly, for most, we hope and pray that […]

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Does God Love Football?

Does God Love Football?

By Jim Miley / January 5, 2016 / 1 Comment

I’m convinced God created American football primarily as a business training tool.  As we watch bowl games and playoffs, it means the season has reached the final exam segment of this year’s course. The college bowl games made news this season for the many blowouts; one team dominating another.  Two teams scheduled to compete but […]

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Work Relationships: Good Luck or Good Riddance?

By Jim Miley / December 22, 2015 / 1 Comment

  Hurt feelings, rejection, bitterness; the list of emotions can go on for how we tend to feel when people leave our lives or when we leave others’ lives.  I’ve experienced this both in my personal life and work relationships. Reflecting upon the condition highlights how our relationships throughout all of our lives are really […]

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