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The Film WALL-E on the Goodness of Work

The animated movie WALL-E is a cute story about a curious robot whose job is to clean up a trashed earth. While humans once inhabited the earth, we soon ...


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Gallup Poll on the Rise of Disengaged Workers

According to Gallup Poll's 2013 "State of the American Workplace" survey American workers are growing more disengaged from their work. Here's what the ...


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The Real Story Behind the Remote Control

Eugene J. Polley lived his entire life in the Chicago area, where he worked for Zenith Electronics for 47 years. Hired as a stock boy during the Depression, ...


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Abraham Lincoln Confronts His Step-brother about Debt

In 1850, Abraham Lincoln's step-brother, John D. Johnston, wrote to him and asked, yet again, for a loan so he could settle some debts. On previous occasions ...


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Summer Job as Greenskeeper Is God's Calling "for This Time"

T. David Gordon, in his book, "Vocation: Work Quietly with Your Hands," writes:

Perceiving [all] of our labor as a vocation can have a substantial ...


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Research Studies on Procrastination

It's no secret that procrastination has a high price tag: it costs money, it undermines relationships, and it lowers job performance. In recent years, ...


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Seven More Deadly Sins

We're all probably familiar with the Roman Catholic Church's list of seven deadly sins: pride, envy, gluttony, greed, lust, wrath, and sloth. ...


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Armor of Integrity

During the time of the twelve Caesars, the Roman army would conduct morning inspections. As the inspecting Centurion would come in front of each legionnaire, ...


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Wrong-Headed Spontaneity

"Discipline" has become a dirty word for our culture. ... I know I am speaking heresy in many circles, but spontaneity is greatly overvalued. ...


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Work Ethic

The best kept secret in America today is that people would rather work hard for something they believe in than enjoy a life of pampered idleness.


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