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Health
by rsardon
7 years ago
10 Ways to Burn Yourself Out

Burnout is a common problem in the workplace but it can be avoided by identifying the common ways that people get burned out.

1. Working too many hours - There is a reason why people are required to work for 40 hours per week....

Business & Money
by rsardon
7 years ago
Three Ways That I Save Money on Books

I read a lot of books and at any given time, I could be reading three books in a week at most. On slow days, I could read one book every two weeks. If I buy every book I want to read, I can end up spending the...

Business & Money
by rsardon
7 years ago
My Top 10 Tips for a Productive Day

How to make most out of any day

Technology
by rsardon
8 years ago
My Top 10 Android Apps

My own favorite list of android apps

Technology
by rsardon
8 years ago
Top Five Ways to Declutter Your Inbox

In today's electronic age, it is so easy to get overwhelmed with all the email coming to our inbox. In my 15 years of using email, I have found and applied five ways to de-clutter my inbox and finally take control of the volume of email. Unsubscribe from worthless...

Lifestyle
by rsardon
8 years ago
Five Tips to Make the Most Out of Any Day

One of the most frustrating things about life is finding out that so much time has passed and feeling that you just wasted time. Over the years, I have read various time management books and productivity books if only to get the most out of my day. I...

Business & Money
by rsardon
8 years ago
Investing 101: P/E Ratio

The P/E ratio stands for Price/Earning ratio and is believed to be the most effective way of determining if the stock is a good buy. It is computed by dividing the stock price by the stock’s earning per share. For example, a stock priced at $20/share earning $2...

Business & Money
by rsardon
8 years ago
The Four Stages of Competence

One of the frustrations encountered by any leader is that the newbie, who was full of promise during the interview, has not contributed anything to the team.

In learning any skill, a person goes through four stages of competence: unconscious incompetent, conscious incompetent, conscious competent and...

Lifestyle
by rsardon
8 years ago
Lessons I Learned from the Life of Abraham

I am currently reading a book and one of the topics focused on Abraham and how God prepared him for his role. According to this book, Abraham's life is a very good example on how God chooses ordinary people to become mighty spiritual leaders.

Here are...

Lifestyle
by rsardon
8 years ago
What is Your Life Verse?

One day, I was attending a commencement ceremony for my church’s leadership school. As each graduate steps on the stage, a verse from the Bible is read. I was intrigued so I asked the person sitting next to me and he said those are life verses. 

Lifestyle
by rsardon
8 years ago
Top Five Misconceptions About Christian Leaders

Leaders abound everywhere and it is unavoidable to attach descriptions to them depending on their leadership style: autocratic, democratic, dictatorial, consultative, etc.

There is, however, another type of leader, the Christian leader.  It is only until a few years ago that I learned that they exist...

Lifestyle
by rsardon
8 years ago
Top Three Assumptions that Messes Up a Person's Life

statements that sabotage your life and what to do about them

Lifestyle
by rsardon
8 years ago
Why I Tithe

Some thoughts why I tithe.

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