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How federal governments allow banks to create the vast majority of the world's money supply, and why that erodes the value of money over time.
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Discuss the long anticipated steamy interracial miltiary romance, The Grunt 2, with author Latrivia Welch. Ask questions. Give your feedback and celebrate the last book of the Latrivia S. Nelson legacy. New books from the author will now be under Latrivia Welch.
"This is a moment we can all take part in," said Welch. "We've had 8 great years together and over 22 books. It's only right that we go out with a bang."
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Judas Iscariot betrayed Jesus Christ for 30 pieces of silver.
He may have "loved" Jesus (at least, he loved the Jesus that he ministered alongside healing the sick and feeding the poor), but Judas also loved money (John 12:6) and being in a position of power (Mark 14:43-45).
This would make him hate the Jesus that called out the Pharisees (Matthew 23), drove out the money changers in the temple (John 2), and told rich people that it was humanly impossible for the them to enter Heaven (Mark 10:25).
Today, many megachurch pastors betray Jesus for fame and fortune. They love the Jesus that loves the world (John 3:16), but they hate the Jesus that calls out false teachers (Matthew 24:24), values ministry above merchandise (Luke 14:33), and despises the things the world esteems (Luke 16:15).
Many political candidates betray Jesus for power and money. They love the Jesus that supported taxes (Mark 12:17), but hate the Jesus who said “let your statement be ‘yes’ or ‘no’; anything beyond these is of evil.” (Matthew 5:37).
They hate the Jesus who defined success as being last, not first (Mark 10:31), and who did not seek the approval of others (John 5:41-44).
In the end, what’s the difference between 30 pieces of silver and…a 30,000 “member” church?
Or 30 million copies of a self-help book?
Or a 30% poll rating?
Or 30 million votes?
I'm talking about "networking." Sure, I've been hearing all about networking for years. I've even used the word myself!
But when you get down to it, networking is cold, sterile… And it seems self-serving: one person trying to form a web of contacts whose sole purpose is to do something for him.
That's not how I want to do business.
. I think of it as "What can we do for each other and each other's communities?" instead of "What can you do for me?"
When I focus on these goals, deals follow. And when a deal is made between two people (notice I did not say two businesses) who have connected - as opposed to "networked" - money usually follows.
Making a connection does require a bit more "work" than simply shoving your business card at a potential client. But the extra money you can make and the new opportunities you can open up to your community are well worth the extra effort.
There was no "Hi, how are you?" Nice to see you again." Or even "How are your children?" It was just the typical "WIIFM" approach
My first thought was - do you really think this kind of behavior is conducive to me wanting to do business with you? But what I said was, "Yes, Sue, I received the email on Thursday. I left for LA (this event) on Monday. I was planning on returning your email later in the week."
This is a wonderful example of why many people do not end up with business from networking events. They have not mastered event etiquette. Nor have they discovered the best way to make lasting connections.
People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs, career coaches,
Same-sex marriage is a phrase that conjures quite a bit of contention. The contentions are subject to arise in any organization whether it is a family, workplace, the military or church. The Episcopal Church it seems has sided with same-sex marriage by allowing the marriage of two of their lesbian clergy members. Of course, this marriage has brought on contention. But why does the contention occur? Is there really something wrong with same-sex marriage? If there were something wrong with same-sex marriage don’t you think members of the clergy would know that?
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