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  • Who Should Make the First Offer in a Negotiation?

    [ad_1] If you are involved in a negotiation where money is involved, who should make the first offer? The answer is that you 1) always want to get the other side to make the first offer and 2) you want to delay discussion of salary as long as possible. 1. You want to delay the […]

  • Assumptions About Church Building Lead to Costly Mistakes

    [ad_1] One of the biggest mistakes that churches make when they are looking to expand their existing structure is assuming that they can just build on and add whatever they want and still be in compliance with building codes and zoning ordinances. Just because your church building was in compliance with all the city or […]

  • 5 Steps To Take To Deal With Workplace Bullying

    [ad_1] In recent years the number of cases of people seeking help with workplace bullying through legal means has increased substantially. But in most cases this is because the person who is being bullied has tried other routes with little or no success. Certainly if you were to know ways to prevent workplace bullying from […]

  • Worldwide Church of God All Over Again?

    [ad_1] When Herbert W. Armstrong died, Dr. Herman Hoeh declared that the seventh candlestick had been lit. That means Laodicea officially began immediately. Nearly four years later, Malachi’s Message to God’s Church Today began to sound the alarm: something wasn’t kosher in the Church of God! It exposed a corrupt ministry intent on destroying the […]

  • Stress Management and Spiritual Awareness

    [ad_1] Stress and Spiritual Awareness Whenever I am feeling stressed and I need a mental booster, I look at God’s beauty for spiritual inspiration and encouragement. When you take the time to witness God’s natural beauty it will help you to reduce your stress and maintain your inner peace because you are reminded that there […]

  • How Online Mediation is Different From Face to Face Mediation

    [ad_1] There are many differences in mediating online and mediating in person. 1. Online mediation is a time-delayed process and not contemporaneous like mediating in person. There is a different rhythm in online mediation because each party answers via email usually at least once a day. 2. There are no visual cues online; all content […]

  • The Usher of Your Inner Church Is Your Mind!

    [ad_1] The way an usher in a church operates and ushers a person to their appropriate seats is liken to the way your thinking patterns takes thoughts and put them into action. Your usher is your sifter screen that put people and things in their appropriate places inside your inner church body as well as […]

  • When Going to Divorce Court is Your Best Option

    [ad_1] When should you choose divorce court over mediation? This guide explains the times when going to court is truly your best option, and what kind of legal help you need in court. Sometimes, couples working out problems together does not work. Mediation may not be possible. It may just be time to go to […]

  • Welcoming Visitors to Your Church

    [ad_1] Don’t you hate going to church? Well, a new church, that is. We know we want to go, but it’s so easy to give in when our mind gets filled with worries about being the new kid on the block. What do they believe? What do they wear? What are they like? Who are […]

  • Ever Wonder What Your Churches Candles Mean?

    [ad_1] What do the candles in your church mean? Most Christian churches use candles with various meanings. The most common use is as a reminder of the light Jesus brought into this world. This kind of light doesn’t just light up a space in the night but enlightens our lives. The Orthodox Christians probably use […]