Monthly Archives: December 2019

  • Because You Don’t Need The Prosperity Gospel To Prosper

    I have been a Christian most of my life and as such have had a lot of time to think and consider both tithing and the discussions around the prosperity gospel. As a younger man eager to get ahead in life, the subject of finances was of course very intriguing as I was trying to […]

  • After a Big Year, You Deserve A Quiet Moment

    Women and leaders, if you are anything like me, you invest a great deal of time into ensuring everyone is “OK” and settled before you think about yourself. We don’t appreciate we’re working ourselves into complete exhaustion until it’s too late. At this time of year, it is especially important for women to negotiate with […]

  • Sorry California but the gig economy is here to stay

    You’ve probably heard all about the gig economy now, and potentially it is already affecting you. In fact I wrote an article recently titled ‘Are you ready for the rise of the gig economy?’ What you might not know is that California is trying to combat this by launching a new amendment. Below Is more […]

  • As leader, does everyone know your vision?

    It’s always bracing to hear leadership principles from military officers because they often have to make life and death decisions. Formerly America’s highest ranking officer, and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr. Shared some leadership insights recently at a conference that I thought worth repeating. Here’s what he had […]

  • Learning to hustle applies to Christians, too

    I’ve been a Christian in business my entire working life, and in that time I have had to learn what part I play in making my life and career work, and what part God plays. Over 25 years in business has taught me that God in my work space is really only as good as […]

  • How Are You Going with Your God Appointed Assignment?

    Never before have there been so many opportunities to network, learn, meet people or find your friendship tribe. As women we are the most connected generation ever, and yet I still hear women saying they lack the confidence to ‘connect’. They feel isolated. They compare themselves to peers and feel inadequate. Maybe I’m approaching this […]