Many years ago, working at the support center for a great company, I started saying a phrase that caught on like wildfire: “It’s a great day to serve the Lord.” I started saying it as a simple response to the question: “how’s it going?” I didn’t want to respond in a typical way, “Ok.” “Fine.” “Good” or even … More Friday Faith: It’s a great day to serve the Lord!
Wherever you go, you step into a particular culture. If you go to a fast-food restaurant you will experience their culture. If you go to a high-end restaurant they will operate out of a distinctly different culture. You will find distinct cultures in retail stores, hotels, auto repair shops, grocery stores, manufacturing facilities, banks, churches, schools, homes, and families. … More Creating Culture on Purpose
Many years ago, I was in the final stages of the interview process of being hired as a Western Region Vice President for a company headquarted on the East Coast. The president and owner of the company asked, “I heard you do these religious seminars, should I be worried?” “Is that going to get in the way … More Faith at work
For as many years as I can remember, TGIF, was the watch-cry for so many people in the workforce. From the factory floor to the office tower, it seems everyone worked for the weekend. This “more” mystery has revealed however thatwork is more than work. Today most of us would love to say, “TGIM,” Thank God It’s Monday! … More Work is more than work
When you think of a restaurant probably the first thing that comes to your mind, or at least subconscious, is that a restaurant is a place to eat. But it is clearly more than that. After all, we also eat in our homes. As restaurants all across the country (and world) have been shut down—these ubiquitous places that line … More A restaurant is more than a restaurant
When we approach a problem or decision, a strategy or action; “do the right thing” is something that rings in our hearts and even in our mission statements. So, how do we know what the right thing to do is? When it serves others, considers their needs, or blesses them in some way …. even if … More The Right thing to do checklist
I know what it’s like to live through times of desperation when you just don’t know what way to go. It saps you of all your energy. Sometimes you just can’t think straight. You go months, and in some cases years to find answers to the question, which way shall I go? During my time of loss and … More Which way shall I go [The 2021 Question] part IV