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Category: At Work

  • Arts & Culture
  • At Work

Ask people who their favorite composer is, and you will get everyone from the “artist formally known as Prince” to…

  • At Work
  • Theology 101

Joel Salatin is a “beyond organic” farmer in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. He sat down with IFWE for a…

  • At Work
  • Theology 101

When payday approaches, it can feel good to have the balance in my checking account rise. After the deposit is…

  • At Work

On my morning run, I catch first glimpses of seasonal beauty breaking through on the landscape. It’s early October, so…

  • At Work

Entrepreneurship creates the opportunity for personal, individual flourishing. Flourish is one of my favorite words, probably because it enjoys a…

  • At Work
  • Public Square
Avoiding Deep Dissatisfaction in My Job

By: Steve Lindsey

6 minute read

Apparently, only 19 percent of the adult workforce can claim they are extremely satisfied by their work (Barna Group research…

  • At Work

One of the more remarkable developments in the workplace over the last several years has been the advent of technology…

  • At Work
Monday Motivation—from J.R.R. Tolkien

By: John Pletcher

5 minute read

I am not uproariously excited about going back to work most Mondays, and I know I am not alone. We…

  • At Work
What Does It Mean to Be a Strong Leader?

By: W. Scott Brown

4 minute read

Being a “strong leader” is deeply misunderstood in today’s world. We live in a unique historical moment in which autocratic-style…

  • At Work
A Tolkien Tale Tackles Workplace Pride

By: John Pletcher

5 minute read

“That’s marvelous!” I’ve heard people say upon beholding an antique oak chair I’ve refinished. And I’ve relished the comment. “Wow,…

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