05 Aug 2010
Everywhere good Christian men go, women are unbelievably UN-helpful. Flaunting. Revealing. Immodest. Out in the world, we wouldn’t really expect anything else, but when it’s women in the Church, that’s a different story. So, in honor of awesome guys everywhere, I would like to present my Top Ten Reasons Why Modesty Gets a Yawn in hopes that all of us ladies can wake up, start being “teachers of good things” and consider how to provoke other women to love their brothers!...read more
28 Jul 2010
From my new friend Dorothy who is a Gutsy Catholic Mom–LOVE IT! She leads corporate seminars and traces the significance of Catholic teaching and a corporation’s bottom line–something that would be higher if employees learned their 10 Commandments growing up!
My husband got a gift subscription to Forbes magazine, it’s a perennial favourite in our household because both of us are self employed. Problem is, somehow Forbes got the wrong address, so it appears that a neighbour 100 houses away has been enjoying one of our favourite … Read the rest...read more
19 Jul 2010
Found on Article Alley
The first impression that a person gets when initially meeting you will greatly influence how they interpret all your interactions after that. The typical time it takes to form this first impression is around 10 seconds, so you need to know how to get it right if you want to maximize the benefit.
Dress For Success
by Ruchir Jain
I have a friend who refused on principle to belief that the way people judged him was heavily influence by what he was wearing. I challenged him to test the theory for himself and if you … Read the rest
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