An Attitude of Gratitude

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December 18, 2020

The end of the calendar year is fondly referred to as the “most wonderful time of the year,” and is traditionally a season for spending time with loved ones and reflecting on your blessings. However, it may not always be easy to express gratitude after troubling times. Here are a few reminders as to why you should be thankful during this holiday season.

Massive Wealth Transfer in Next 30 Years: Are Millennials ready?

2 minute read December 1, 2020 Did you know that the largest transfer of wealth in history will happen in the next 30 years? Over the next 10 years alone, US$4.1 trillion is anticipated to change hands, according to the Wealth-X and NFP Family Wealth Transfers Report, released in January 2015. The United States will see the greatest amount of wealth transfers, with US$6 trillion set to change hands in the next 30 years — amounting to nearly 40 percent of the global total. This begs the question: Have we prepared the next generation and have we passed on our values to those who will be managing the corporations and the government amidst so much wealth?

Using Sunday's Sermons on Monday Morning

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November 10, 2020

Sunday mornings are a refreshing reminder of Christ’s teachings. As we go to work each and every day it is important to remember His promises, to have accountability and reminders. Yet it can be difficult to maintain faith in a secular world, especially at work where we encounter people with many backgrounds and beliefs. The peace and determination you feel on Sunday after service doesn’t have to end on Monday mornings. Use these tips to help implement your biblical study or faith in the workplace.


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5 Tips for Easy Virtual Networking

Since the first quarter of 2020, large gatherings of ten or more people have been canceled due to the pandemic. Even something as simple as meeting for coffee has been put on hold until it is safe. This has made it difficult for professionals to find networking opportunities. Professionals looking to maintain their work connections have to think digitally to keep up. Here are some tips to make the most of your digital networking experience.