"The Master value is trust. There are no relationships that can survive for very long without it."

- Jim Amos

What is the Secret of Happiness?

on July 5th, 2013 Leave a Comment

When Greg Reid asked me to write an article on the secret of happiness I was intrigued.  Like Greg, as a writer and wordsmith I am always thinking about descriptions, explanations and understandings of human nature and the way you and I navigate our time on earth.  Happiness it appears is a topic that is […]

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Business Speakers Jim Amos and Lauren Miller Discuss How Faith, Attitude Help Leaders Conquer Obstacles, Handle Setbacks

on May 23rd, 2013 Leave a Comment

Former IFA chairman, frequent business speaker and commentator, shares thoughts on faith and leadership with Lauren Miller of Stress Solutions University I recently had two wonderful opportunities to speak with Lauren E. Miller, an inspiring woman who has written a series of books on ways to overcome stress and a cancer survivor who found strength […]

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A Business Veteran’s Calling: Mentor Others to Open Eyes to Opportunity

on April 18th, 2013 Leave a Comment

As a faith-based man, I feel that one of the best ways I can honor God is to strive to open up others’ hearts and minds to the bounty and blessings that are possible in the world. The world that God laid before us is a gift of unimaginable value. As a business leader, I […]

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Why Every Company Should Have a Board of Directors

on March 20th, 2013 Leave a Comment

Tap into the collective wisdom of trusted advisors to help your company grow, whether it’s big or small One of the most invigorating things about the business world is the opportunity to surround yourself with smart, driven, creative people — the kinds of people willing to throw immense energy into delivering new products and services […]

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What I’m Planning to Do Next

on February 14th, 2013 Leave a Comment

I’ll be sharing knowledge as an educator, member of several boards, author and advocate for small business and veterans. Thirty years of leading national and worldwide companies provides a useful perch for observing the economy, as well as a lot of hard-won lessons. There’s nothing quite like the perspective you can gain by spending time […]

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Reflections On a National Tragedy

on January 4th, 2013 Leave a Comment

Sandy Hook shooting is a sign of a culture in need of loving repair     What is there to say in the face of the unspeakable horror that visited Sandy Hook Elementary School? A lot of fingers have been pointed, and blame has being assigned: Gun-control laws should be stricter … the mentally ill […]

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