By Dennis Prager Published on February 28, 2017
I am writing this column in Japan, a country whose crime rate is the lowest among countries with large populations. I asked my Japanese translator, a middle-aged woman, what she thought.
“Why is there is so little crime in Japan?” I
Written by Tamara Rosin | July 13, 2015
When a CEO dies, his or her employees and team must — in the wake of their grief — introduce a new leader, adjust to change and continue to operate at the best of their ability. At the same time, they will likely attempt to preserve their
By Liberty McArtor Published on February 25, 2017
The largest Christian bookstore chain in the nation announced Thursday that it will close its doors for good. The closing of the Family Christian Store’s 240 locations comes two years after the franchise declared bankruptcy.
One of the more thoughtful looks at the new Trump presidency. Reprinted from Forbes Magazine. All rights retained by their owner.
Volumes have already been written since the inauguration of Donald Trump about how the 45th U.S. president will likely steer the nation. Much of the chatter has been
(Originally posted at Harvard Business Review)
Most of us feel that we’re completely stretched to capacity at work and have nothing left to give. But according to a recent Gallup poll, 70% of the workforce is either “actively disengaged” or “not engaged,” meaning