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Monday Move – Step 3: Serve

On July 2, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Step 3: Serve

In 2001, researcher Jim Collins wrote a book that took the business and leadership worlds by storm.  It was titled, Good to Great and sought to answer one question: Can a good company become a great company, and if so, how? Recognizing there were organizations whose definitions of success and…

Monday Move – Step 2: Grow

On June 25, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Step 2: Grow

The root system of a tree serves three crucial functions: provides stability, absorbs water and nutrients, and deters soil erosion.  A healthy root system is crucial for the growth and even survival of a tree. Being deeply rooted in right thinking and relationship is also crucial for a growing relationship…

Monday Move – Step 1: Love

On June 18, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Step 1: Love

On June 25, 1967, the Beatles’ song, All You Need is Love, debuted on an international British broadcast called Our World.  One of the lyrical lines in this song written by John Lennon is, “you can learn how to play the game.” Sadly, there are many people throughout history who…

Monday Move – Healthy DNA

On June 11, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Healthy DNA

DNA is what carries the unique genetic code in all living organisms.  It is why some people have blue eyes and others have brown eyes.  DNA carries the messages that make you, you. A trending topic in marketplace leadership is organizational DNA, which identifies the traits that make each organization…

Monday Move – Invitation RSVP

On June 4, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Invitation RSVP

  Life rarely drifts toward simplicity; instead life generally drifts toward complexity.  This is true for organizations, families, and individuals.  If simple is good, why do we get so trapped and mired into complexity?  The simple answer is, “If we don’t guard against complexity, no one else will.” Complexity has…

Monday Move – Really Troubled?

On May 28, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Really Troubled?

In 2017, more than 200 Catholic priests from around the world traveled to the Vatican for training on how to perform exorcisms, the ritual used by the Catholic Church to free people who are believed to be possessed by demons. According to a priest in Indianapolis, when he was appointed…

Monday Move – Tormenting Troubles

On May 21, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Tormenting Troubles

One of the most fascinating characters and storylines in the entire Bible is that of Israel’s first king, Saul (part of his story was the focus of part 3 – Troubling Torments – of CCC’s Troubled series).  At the end of the period of the judges, the people of Israel…

Monday Move – Physical Problems

On May 14, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Physical Problems

Physical problems can cause problems beyond just the physical, especially when those problems persist for prolonged periods of time.  Physical problems can even keep us from doing some of the things we want to do, which can in turn impact how we feel about ourselves and how we treat others….

Monday Move – Crushing Circumstances?

On May 7, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – Crushing Circumstances?

The phone rings and the news on the other end of the line is troubling.  The company announces another round of cutbacks and the news about the status of your job is troubling.  At a routine appointment, the doctor says something troubling has been discovered and more tests are needed….

Monday Move – It’s All Good!

On April 29, 2018, Posted by , In CCC News, With Comments Off on Monday Move – It’s All Good!

Nobody’s Perfect – practically everyone would agree with that!  However, a lot of people would take exception to the statement, “everyone has sinned.”  People (pretty much all people) tend to under-estimate their own sin, especially when we compare the things we do wrong with the wrongs of others. But as…