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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

What Compass Guides Your Thinking ? - Syndication Express

Posted by Rev. Robert A. Crutchfield

















In today's world we are surrounded by more information, more often
than any other time in history. The set of thinking skills we use to
determine what is true or useful is called discernment. This set of
thinking skills is more important in regards to our faith than any other
part of our lives. Consider what the Bible says at Leviticus 10:10” “
And that ye may put difference between holy and unholy, and between
unclean and clean;” (KJV) So obviously if the Bible addresses it
directly it is very important. Even as adults we can fall subject to
what is called peer pressure. Our actions are sometimes ruled by our
need to be popular. They of course should be guided by God's word
instead. Look at what is said in Proverbs 21:2. “Every way of a man is
right in his own eyes: but the LORD pondereth the hearts.”(KJV)
Everybody wants to feel independent, to be an original. But are these
desires the best way to grow our faith ? Not in a vacuum they are not.


Navigators at sea always take care to consider error and deviation.
Magnetic deviation has to do with the earth's magnetic field being
different in different parts of the world. Error on the other hand has
to do with every compass being different. In much the same way when we
looking to guide our thinking and decisions, we need to make sure that
the information we are using is accurate. We also need to make sure we
are using the right information to get us where we want to go. Without
God's word, and his leading through the Holy Spirit we lack a vital
perspective in our decision making.



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Saturday, March 21, 2015

Top 4 Skills of a Good Businessman - Syndication Express

Merle Gibbins posted a blog.



This is a Guest Author Post by Diana Smith



People say that not everybody is cut out to be a good businessman and
that there is a talent that a person should have in order to become a
top shark in the business world. However, when you think about that
talent it seems that there is more like a set of features, skills and
abilities about being a good businessman than some unexplainable talent.
While having the skills of a good businessman doesn’t necessarily makes
you the best one around, it certainly gets you far. Psychologists, HR
managers and many other professionals tried to find out what makes the
good businessman and here are the top 5 skills that almost everybody
agrees on. While you cannot learn talent and change your luck, you can
definitely acquire skills that are valuable for the business or simply
boost them and nurture them if you have them. Here are the things that
every good businessman needs to have.




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Thursday, March 12, 2015

Why Great Website Makeovers Begin With Copywriting - Syndication Express

Posted by Timothy Eller on Syndication Express







Why Great Website Makeovers Begin With Copywriting - Syndication Express







"Can you give me some feedback on my website?" a life coach named
"Kevin" asked his e-zine subscribers. "I just revised my site -
-finally!"


Naturally, I couldn't resist clicking over to see
what Kevin had done. I knew Kevin was a thoughtful coach with a
reputation for high integrity.


Kevin's new site cried out for a
re-makeover. He had paid a designer to get drop-down menus and a bit of
flash. As a result, Kevin admitted, "I have no budget to pay a
copywriter."



Ouch.


After skimming a few pages of the site, I emailed Kevin. "Who is your target market? What do you offer? How are you unique?"


Kevin replied, "I asked for feedback. I don't have time to answer a lot
of questions. And everyone tells me the site looks professional."


Okay. I can take a hint.


Sure, the site looks professional. But Kevin admits he's in trouble. So
far, he's gotten nothing but compliments -- no orders and no calls.


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Thursday, March 5, 2015

5 Keys For Successfully Resolving Conflicts - Syndication Express

Written by Bill and Teddy Rogers



All of us have had or, if we live long enough, will have conflicts in our personal relationships.  How we handle and resolve these conflicts is very important.


James 1:19 says My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry.”


Here are the 5 keys needed to successfully resolve most of your conflicts.



KEY # 1: BE QUICK TO LISTEN



When we listen, we encourage the other person to talk.  Listening also helps us to understand the other person and where they are coming from.


Many of us do not really listen like we should because we are defensive, we
assume we already know what they are going to say next, or we're
thinking about what we're going to say back to them.




During A Conflict, Here Is What You Should Do:


  • Listen not merely with your ears, but observe and listen with your eyes;


  • Focus on what the other person is saying, not what you are thinking;


  • Consider the meaning behind the words without jumping to conclusions. 


    Note:  If you are not sure what you think they said, replay their statement back to them.


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