Creating a Team and Culture

The Prescription for Treating Unhappy Customers

By Jim Miley / March 11, 2020 / Comments Off on The Prescription for Treating Unhappy Customers

Receiving accolades from your customers is a great feeling; a rush of positive affirmation that you’re doing a good job and your future is filled with loyal patrons who help you exceed all your business goals.  Imagine for a moment how good you would feel if all your customers had only positive feedback, perfect satisfaction […]

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Is It Against the Law to Live Out Our Faith in Our Business?

By Sue Miley / October 24, 2019 / Comments Off on Is It Against the Law to Live Out Our Faith in Our Business?

I have had several clients tell me that they think they can get in trouble if they talk about their faith or mention God to their employees, vendors or customers.  They feel that since they are not selling a religious product or service like a church or a Christian bookstore, they are not allowed to […]

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Ministry in the Workplace: Faith Doesn’t Stop At The Door

By Shannon Farris / October 2, 2019 / 1 Comment

If tomorrow you were to tell one of your co-workers or employees that you were a Christian, how would they respond? Would they be surprised? Confused? Shocked? I think this is a good question to ask ourselves. Our faith isn’t just supposed to stay between the pews on Sunday Mornings. It is important that our […]

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Hold Back Your Judgement Instead Of Your Love

By Danny Myers / September 4, 2019 / 1 Comment

I was recently studying my Bible and came across a verse that I don’t recall from my younger years.  I  was raised in a God-centered family, went to church Sunday morning, Sunday night, and Wednesday night without fault, and always participated in bible class, bible trivia contests, etc., so I am pretty “versed” in the […]

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Employee Morale: Do You Have a Pulse On It?

By Shannon Farris / August 28, 2019 / Comments Off on Employee Morale: Do You Have a Pulse On It?

I recently had a conversation with a good friend of mine who works a very demanding job in the corporate world in Houston. As we were discussing her work, she told me with much relief that she has a new boss and is surprised that he is actually nice to her. A little taken aback […]

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Manage Each According To Their Gifts

By Jim Miley / August 15, 2019 / Comments Off on Manage Each According To Their Gifts

But as it is, God arranged the members in the body, each one of them, as he chose.  If all were a single member, where would the body be? As it is, there are many parts, yet one body. 1 Cor 12: 18-19 Your Employees Are Unique We all seem to agree that people are […]

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How (and Why) to Enjoy Your Job Every Day

By Shelby Thomas / July 31, 2019 / Comments Off on How (and Why) to Enjoy Your Job Every Day

Whether you’ve been stuck in the same job for a decade or are a newly minted entrepreneur, you’re going to experience days when motivation is low, there is anxiety about the upcoming workload, or you are lacking confidence about the value you offer. We’ve all been there, and if you stay there, those feelings and […]

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The Closet Eclectic: Coming-out and Building a Company Culture

By Sue Miley / July 12, 2019 / Comments Off on The Closet Eclectic: Coming-out and Building a Company Culture

Before I was a Christian I wanted to be eclectic, edgy and maybe even a little irreverent.  Of course in a very intelligent, highly responsible, cutting edge, get things done way. Before I was a Christian, I didn’t own my own business, and I didn’t work for a business that wanted to be eclectic, edgy […]

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