Month: June 2020

See’s Chocolates – a metaphor for a Quality BAM Business

My wife’s favorite food group is chocolate, and I sometimes think that it is also her “Love Language.”  She can tell the difference between Cadbury’s, Hersheys, Swiss Lindt and Brazilian Garoto with her eyes shut, and her favorite is See’s of California. So my interest was piqued recently when reading how See’s Candy became Warren …

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Indebtedness

IBEC Board member, Dave Kier is a businessman with wise counsel on many, many subjects.  This is an article which he distributed in March of this year and is well worth sharing here on this blog. Thanks, Dave, for blessing, encouraging and teaching Kingdom Business leaders in ways like this.  It is entitled, “Indebtedness.” Larry …

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From Normal to Liminality to “New Normal” Seven Tips for Business As Mission in the 2020 Era of COVID-19

The term “liminal” means to be in an intermediate state, phase, or condition.  The root term limen come from the Latin means “threshold”.  Its first use was by an ethnographer, Arnold van Gennep, who connected it to three rites of passage:  the separation or detachment from a stable environment; the margin which is an ambiguous …

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