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For some people, the word Responsible or Responsibility are scary words. It means they have to work hard to be responsible. Yes that's true. That is how we produce acceptable behavior. But haven't you noticed that acceptable behavior has its own set of rewards. That being said, why all the big fuss about trying to be responsible or demonstrating responsibility? What's up with that? Let's not act like a fool and do foolish things. The bible explains how a responsible Christian behaves and how they should accept responsibility.
The bible talks about responsibility and our attentiveness to the need toward responsibility. By being responsible, we behave as better Christians. Responsible means doing the right things. It is easy to do the wrong things, because it is natural to be lazy. The effort toward responsibility requires not being lazy and being responsible toward other people. This in many ways follows how disciples operate or are designed to operate. When we walk with the Lord, we have a better understanding of what being responsible means. Let's take a look at seven scriptures. We will look at them one by one.
Steve Schueth is the president of a firm that manages socially responsible investing (SRI) portfolios directly or through advisors. He is also the host and producer of the 26th annual SRI Conference set for Novermber in Colorado Springs, Colorado. We'll be talking to him about the growth of this kind of investing and how it has enhanced the lives of those who choose to invest this way. A recognized leader in the SRI world, Steve will share with us how this type of investing started, where it is now, and where it's likely to go in the future. You won't want to miss this interview.
Brain injury survivors, Lisa Dryer and Cam Compton join me to discuss reasonable and responsible and realistic resolutions in the new year. Cam and Lisa both are challenged by many health issues. Lisa is living with Multiple Sclerosis, (MS.) and Cam had a stroke nearly four years ago. Their debilitating illnesses take a toll on each of their lives. Were going to find out how Cam and Lisa approach resolutions in the new year, how they decide if they are reasonable challenges, and how they attack their illnesses to make their lives better.
Every TBI survivor and caregiver has encountered a fork in the road that has diverted his or her life-plan. A car accident, a fall from the roof, doing one more chin-up, or a door literally slamming one in the face are just some causes of traumatic brain injury. College plans, walking down the aisle in the perfect dress, or the coveted job quickly slip from reality as dreams turn to struggle. These unexpected life-happenings that divert one from his or her chosen path in life can be devastating. But as Yogi Berra once said, "If you come to a fork in the road, take it." Life is all about choices!
To learn more about me, please visit my blogs.
Surviving Traumatic Brain Injury Blog: survivingtraumaticbraininjury.com
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Climate change is responsible for tyranny? Really? Well, that's what the experts say anyway. And I'm sure there are people out there that will buy into this nonsense and belive and profess every word of it. YOU have a lazy and dangerous mind! Tyranny is a problem that can ONLY be fixed with in you. Either you accept tyranny as a legitimate form of governing or you do not. Either you chose to be tyrannized or you do not. The problem still rests within you. It's not climate change or `Wall Street or anything other than us. We are our worst enemy.
Stop blaming everyone and everything for your problems. Your problems are just that, YOUR problems. Fix your damn self first!
The Black Community is Responsible for their Mis-Leadership
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Have you ever been asked, “What is wrong with him/her?” or told “You need to get him/her under control”? However, the person being references was not someone ill or a child, but your partner? Do you believe that your mate is responsible for your behavior? Are you responsible for the behavior of your mate? Do certain circumstances dictate whether you are or are not responsible? Find out our answers to these and more questions – also call in and offer your own. We LOVE to hear from you.
For years we have been searching for the answer to the age-old question of “why God allows evil to exist” and even though many times I thought I might had just stumbled upon a possible answer, I hear something that makes me re-think my own position and re-examine the reasons used to acquire that position. Sometimes my mind does not change after this exercise and then there are cases like this one. Cases where not only did my mind change but even the evidence found not to support my first thought clearly supports this one. I now wonder why it had not occurred to me or others before but then maybe I was not ready to understand or consider something so profound and so deep as to what the true number one evil is and who is truly responsible for its existence and keeping it around.
The Responsible Entrepreneur: Four Game-Changing Archetypes for Founders, Leaders, and Impact Investors by Carol Sanford
This on demand audio series is a part of the Executive Girlfriends Group Vignette Series. Chicke Fitzgerald interviews Carol Sanford. The original live interview was on 8/14/15.
Responsible entrepreneurs are a special breed, seeking to transform industries and even society itself. They challenge and refine cultural assumptions, laws, regulations, and even the processes of governance. This requires them to do and think far beyond what is usually required of business leaders.
The Responsible Entrepreneur offers a blueprint for this new kind of business leadership, describing the means by which any entrepreneur can pursue a higher order of work. In it, Carol Sanford, one of the most trusted names in responsible business development, brings her vast expertise in helping executives and corporations to the entrepreneur looking to launch and scale a venture.
Carol works with all functions and levels of business: from C-suite executives of Finance, Business Development and Sales, Marketing, IT, R&D, to operations leadership. This includes acquisition, merger, brand development, product management and channel building resulting in decades long market leadership.
To Hear Carol's TED talk click HERE
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Carol's website is http://carolsanford.com/
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JW & The Protege host Positive Impact Hero show #4 and will be featuring
Brandon Okpalobi’s journey from the lively streets of New Orleans to becoming the founder, president and CEO of DIBIA Athletic Development and DIBIA Dream, Inc., is remarkable unto itself. Even more powerful than Brandon’s own story is how DIBIA has grown from its beginnings as a summer camp to its comprehensive scope that helps at-risk African-American urban youth beat the odds, realize their potential and achieve their dreams thorough DIBIA Dream. Join us live @ 9pm 1/31/16
Today' guest: Kevin Dominguez, overseer of the Children's Ministry at First Love Calvary Chapel in Whittier, CA discusses what the Children's Ministry, Kid's Church, or Sunday School is all about. It is not simply, a babysitting service to allow the parents to attend church service. Kevin, and his wife Natalie head up and facilitate their church's ministry together. They have some important thoughts about what the Lord says in the Bible regarding raising and teaching our children.
Join Milan Amore LIVE from the CCHI SoCal PotLuck with guest Aaron Weaver from Citizens Against Responsible Ohio and Sri Kavuru, director of Legalize Ohio, as we discuss the defeat of corporatized regulation and their plans for the coming year as they move toward true RELegalization for Ohio! In The second hour we will be joined by Craig and Marc Wasserman, The Pot Brothers At Law to look at the current standings of the varied initiatives Californians will have to choose from in the upcoming year and take your calls!