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Tired but contented
There’s a certain kind of tiredness which is most satisfying and that is the tiredness which we experience having achieved a very difficult task. I remember well, that when I was traveling a whole lot facilitating seminars some years ago; when I g...
 
 
Moody’s review says we don’t get it
Financial disaster can hit anyone. A health crisis, prolonged unemployment, failed business, bad decisions or just plain bad luck can plunge anyone into a financial tailspin. When your financial circumstances become dire, you make drastic decisions i...
 
 
Loose lips sink ships
I caution the Minnis government that “official statements” of ministers, unlike statements of candidates during the general election campaign, can have negative legal consequences, talk down the economy and undermine the national interests of The...
 
 
Re-imagining Caribbean cities
According to speakers at the recently held Chicago Forum on Global Cities, nearly four-fifths of future growth is likely to come between now and 2030 from urban centres with over 0.5 million people. At the event, presenters demonstrated that not onl...
 
 
The magic of teamwork
Managers in organizations have always spoken of the need to work in teams, to ensure greater productivity through responsibility sharing, using the unique competencies of each member to advance the interest of the entire organization. It is believed ...
 
 
The joy of work
Yesterday I had an extremely long day. I went to the studio in the morning and recorded another two-week supply — 10 programs of my daily radio program “Time To Think”. Later in the day I received the programs that had been edited by my technic...
 
 
Southern Bahamas and national arts festival: A comment on the state of education
As we travel to the southern Bahamas, the scope and scale of change becomes clear. Once vibrant southern ports stand almost abandoned, virtually wild-west-like, with tumbleweed rolling through the streets, no people, few or no surviving business; all...
 
 
Kingdom ambassadors pt. 2
A Kingdom ambassador is a powerful person. What or who exactly is a Kingdom ambassador, and what’s different about a Kingdom ambassador from other citizens of earth? At first glance many would say we must be delusional to think we are actual ambass...
 
 
Sexual violence
Can a woman rape a man? Yes. It is amazing what men and women believe about the topic. Rape, a violent act against a human being, should never take place in any society. For many years we only heard about females being raped. Even when rumors circul...
 
 
God has power over the living and the dead
“Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword. For I have come to turn a man against his father, a daughter against her mother, a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law — a man’s ene...
 
 
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