What Business Can Learn From Baseball

Photo Credit: Matt McGee, Flickr I love fall! It brings cool weather, colorful leaves, and my very favorite: the World Series. Even if my Dodgers, don’t quite make it into October, I relish the energy and camaraderie that comes from knowing baseball lovers across the country are focusing on the best of the season’s best. … More What Business Can Learn From Baseball

Disappointment Has Revealed the True Desires of My Heart

My past few years have been full of beautiful times and blessings…and also the hardest challenges I’ve ever faced. During that time I’ve learned something quite interesting: I now believe trials and disappointment just might be the fastest (albeit bumpiest) path to clarifying what matters most to me. Hard times have proven to be the … More Disappointment Has Revealed the True Desires of My Heart

Top-Notch Customer Service Brings Customers Back Again and Again

In a world where personnel managers often scramble for employees who are technically competent to fill their vacant positions, the desire for a truly customer-friendly workforce may be put on the back burner. Don’t let that happen!  Building a team that makes your customers their top priority may well be your fastest route to happy … More Top-Notch Customer Service Brings Customers Back Again and Again

Mentoring People of All Ages Will Build a Stronger Workforce and it Falls on All Our Shoulders

Blog-Turned-OpEd Piece While writing a blog post about the importance of mentoring in my own life, the message grew to include how we can all help young (and not-so-young) people grow to be successful in whatever career they choose. The following piece was published in the December 25, 2014 issue of The Bakersfield Californian: As … More Mentoring People of All Ages Will Build a Stronger Workforce and it Falls on All Our Shoulders