Posts Tagged ‘Ethical’

Mar 19
2009

Normal Am I

by in Everyday Nonsense | 3,060 views | Reading Time 3:06

How normal do you think you are? How normal do you think I am? Do you think anyone you know is actually normal? The real question may actually revolve around what normal actually means. Our current world’s perception of what is acceptable as the norm is probably in a different galaxy from what people thought […]

Feb 1
2009

Differentiation Integrity

by in Everyday Nonsense | 1,452 views | Reading Time 3:07

What makes you different than your competitors? What qualities about you or your product makes you stand out? How do you promote these traits, factors, or values in a manner in which you retain your integrity? How do you market yourself with a positive attitude while staying true to your ethical business standards and practices? […]

Jan 22
2009

Realistic Versus Pessimistic

by in Everyday Nonsense | 1,304 views | Reading Time 2:52

I sometimes call myself a realist. I am not an eternal optimist. There are lots of times when I am an optimist, but the facts and surrounding influences must be favorable for my “walking out on a limb.” I have hope, but I temper that with my experiences of the world and my general working […]

Dec 16
2008

Value Destruction

by in Everyday Nonsense | 1,358 views | Reading Time 3:25

While reading Bill O’Reilly’s book “Culture Warrior,” I ran across a simple statement conjured up from O’Reilly’s mind which makes ultimate sense in an uncommon sense world, “To conquer a nation, destroy the values of its people.” Doesn’t that simplistic statement make absolute sense? How can a nation survive if the values it was formed […]

Dec 8
2008

Devilish Money

by in Everyday Nonsense | 1,321 views | Reading Time 2:34

At times in my life, I have thought that maybe, just maybe, all of the ideas about “how to make money utilizing the latest gimmick” had been mined and thoroughly beaten to a pulp. I’m not talking about new inventions or ideas, I’m talking about the “how to” books you see that continually appear on […]

Nov 18
2008

Deal Breaker Issue

by in Political Beefs | 1,469 views | Reading Time 3:14

Last week, our local metropolitan paper’s online site featured a “Letter to the Editor” which was titled “If you voted for Obama, you can’t call yourself Catholic.” I’m sure you know the general reaction from the readership as they commented for 16 pages worth of bickering. Half were deeply incensed and felt the need to […]

Nov 11
2008

Liberal & Conservative Marriage

by in Everyday Nonsense | 1,636 views | Reading Time 3:14

After yesterday’s article on the makings of the Liberal Agenda, I had a short internal conversation with myself. The topic of this self involved conversation was, “Could I be happily married to a person who subscribed to the Liberal Agenda?” This actual topic was born from a short conversation I had with my wife just […]

Nov 5
2008

First Rock Star President

by in Political Beefs | 1,457 views | Reading Time 2:57

Today marks the first time in American history that we have elected a rock star for President. In our past, we have elected war heroes, great public speakers, men with great ideals for our country, and we have even elected men who were previously known as actors. Now we can add to this distinguished list, […]

Nov 3
2008

Obama And Vindication

by in Political Beefs | 1,829 views | Reading Time 3:20

As I sit here today, less than 24 hours from casting my vote in our Presidential election tomorrow, I have become apathetic. I sit here and wonder how so many of our citizens can be led so blindly as if promised treasures on earth for their vote. I am ashamed of our political process and […]

Oct 31
2008

Fighter’s Chance

by in Political Beefs | 2,733 views | Reading Time 2:00

Here we are, less than a few days until we know who our next President will be. Excitement, tension, nervousness, and general anxiety may be filling your next few days depending on how involved you are with politics and the government future of our country. If you’re an Obama supporter, I would imagine you are […]