Added by Joel Boggess on September 30, 2013 at 8:00pm — No Comments
That which promotes and nutures social cooperation is just. Justice is a high ideal aspired for in all civilizations and all societies that are not in the stage of decline and destruction. One irony is that the reason for the decline and destruction of a civilization or society is because of the absence of justice.
Ignorance of what promotes and nutures social cooperation can be identified as a cause of the deterioration and degeneration. Living in these times -…
Added by Bruce Koerber on September 30, 2013 at 6:58pm — No Comments
I haven’t always been comfortable with who I was. I was certainly not comfortable in my own skin. I would see others and be envious of who they were or what they had. I wanted to keep up with the Jones’ so to say. I wanted to brag about things I had or did. It made me feel like somebody important when others envied me for a change.
Little did I know that being comfortable with myself had anything to do with things. It has to do with looking inside and figuring out why I think the way…Continue
Symptoms are your body’s language. When you have a headache it could be your body telling you to step away from the computer or that you need some fresh air or more sleep or that you are dehydrated and need more water. The only thing I can tell…Continue
Goliath was a legendary Philistine warrior defeated by young David according to the Bible.The story of Goliath represents a picture of life often minimized; that our perspecitve changes everything.
According to the story, David who would later become King of Israel was the only one who was not fearful of what had his comrades "shaking in their boots." Goliath was said to be over nine feet tall and terrified the Israelite army. When David's father sent him to…Continue
Everyone can use some motivation on Monday:
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Welcome to 'Monday Mastery' with Brian Holmes! Each Monday morning, we provide you a video segment that is designed to encourage, motivate, challenge, and develop you as a leader and influencer. In this segment, Brian discusses the '7 Ways To More Effectively…
Added by Brian A. Holmes on September 30, 2013 at 5:00am — No Comments
Concentrating on catching ping pong balls with a giant plastic net is very hard when the ski ball machines are ringing like slot machines in Las Vegas but I powered through and won more tickets than would fit into my pocket. You may think that a full grown man has no business playing inside an arcade designed for kids. With names like Fuzzywinkers and Blastmasters you would think that a "grown up" would never play inside. But you have forgotten about the birthday party rule. The…Continue
It is easy to assume that we since can't see behind the curtain, we don't have the insight or knowledge to do certain tasks. This is simply not true. And it is certainly not true in video.
Some large multinational companies can afford and are willing to spend barrels of money on video and a lot of it is very impressive. Yet at the same time they clutter their YouTube channel with hand held interviews at a noisy trade-show. There is a balance.…Continue
Profit seeking has a revelatory effect in the economy. Seeking profit opportunities by examining them relative to each other, reveals what people want. This continually directs resources towards the production of those particular goods and services. The reason differential profits are possible in the real world is because not all firms are equally innovative or even able to mimic the innovation of others. In the real world innovation is an advantage, yielding differential profits…Continue
Added by Bruce Koerber on September 28, 2013 at 8:50pm — No Comments
By her own admission, she’s changed spouses twice; cities, five times, and friends, many more times than she cares to mention. (Jump to the podcast.)…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on September 28, 2013 at 6:00am — No Comments
In the real world it is the producer who most often takes on the role of perceiving and making changes, motivated by profit opportunities. Many of the opportunities for more efficient use of resources simply go unnoticed by non-producers because only those who are involved in the production process actually encounter them or understand them. Often these opportunities are the result of imperfect coordination between transactions in the resource markets and in the product markets. By…Continue
Added by Bruce Koerber on September 27, 2013 at 2:34pm — No Comments
Let me introduce you to Zoe. She is a pie-bald, soft wired-hair, miniature dachshund. That is way to many adjectives for a seven pound dog. She entered our lives in July of this year, and she has rocked our world. This picture shows her resting comfortably on her "sofa". She is lying on a pink blanket next to a bone that belongs to her. …
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I watched a show on the Food Network called Restaurant Stakeout. Basically, restaurant owners who are having problems in some aspect of their business calls a man in who sets up hidden cameras throughout the business. This man is an “expert” who has several very successful restaurants. Then, together,…Continue
The weekend is coming, and I am super excited. Well, I can say my level of excitement is through the roof. I bet you want to know why.…Continue
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