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  • Solution Driven Marketing Themes 
    on Aug 12, 2016 in BUSINESS
    Solution driven marketing can reshape a firm’s view from product or money focus to  customer-needs’ focus. Solution driven marketing applies to every organization—profit, and not for profit. A key challenge is to change customers’ wants to v...
  • Are Students their University or Colleges’ Customers
    on Jul 8, 2016 in BUSINESS
    Are university or college students customers of their institutions (subsequent references to college include university)? I am not referring to a student-as-customer’s movement that attempts to hike revenues by lowering standards and pandering stud...
  • Are Students their Universities or Colleges’ Customers
    on Jul 8, 2016 in BUSINESS
    Are university or college students customers of their institutions (subsequent references to college include university)? I am not referring to a student-as-customer’s movement that attempts to hike revenues by lowering standards and pandering stud...
  • A Positive Brand Perception is Your Best Advertising
    on Jun 20, 2016 in BUSINESS
    A positive brand perception is an important goal of many successful organizations. They understand that their brands are emotional links with customers. The deeper the link, the stronger the brand perception. Brands are belief systems, not marketing...
  • Household Debt in Canada Growing Fastest in G7 CountriesHousehold debt is a huge problem in Canada. I wrote about it in 2012 when I thought the situation was a crisis. However, it’s gotten progressively worse. Canadians are in a debt mire, sinking deeper, but continuing with life unscathed. That’...
  • Don’t Integrate Faith and Business – Live Your Faith
    on May 8, 2016 in BUSINESS
    Christians, don’t integrate faith and business. Don’t integrate faith and anything! Live as followers of Messiah where you are. Business is having the right people in the right slots headed in the right direction. It is all about people. Busi...
  • Two Life Lessons For Performance Improvement
    on Apr 27, 2016 in BIBLICAL STEWARDSHIP
    Two life lessons flowed out of my reflections on the solution of  issues that posed the biggest challenges to some of my students this semester. As I pondered different situations, I asked this question: What were root causes of students’ biggest...
  • Personal Finance: Credit Scores to Debt Freedom
    on Mar 26, 2016 in PERSONAL FIANANCE
    Popular teaching about personal finance encourages people to concentrate on credit scores, cheap credit, and credit cards. Essentially, it assumes you will live in debt forever. It does not mention the single, key, controllable element in personal f...
  • Decision Making Process More Important Than Analyses
    on Feb 27, 2016 in BIBLICAL STEWARDSHIP
    Your decision making process is more important to a successful result than your analyses to prove the validity of a decision. That’s what research shows consistently. How do you decide? Do you follow a predictable process or do you let your emoti...
  • How to Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck
    on Jan 20, 2016 in PERSONAL FIANANCE
    How to stop living paycheck to paycheck will take time, sacrifice, and patience. The solution won’t be easy, and it might be counter intuitive. It will focus primarily on lifestyle choices, not on strategies to get more money. How to Stop Living Pa...
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