Vertical Thought: July - September 2005

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  • by James Capo
The more television children watch as four-year-olds, the more likely they are to become bullies in elementary school, according to a study by researchers at the University of Washington.
  • by James Capo
In a recent survey by Quicken, the financial management software company, respondents said that managing their finances is the biggest strain on marital relationships.
  • by Andrew Disher
Jesus Christ was and is our greatest Leader. We are to become like Him. Are you wondering how we become great leaders like Jesus?
  • by Sue Evans
Many don't realize that our attitude is a choice. Here's some help to beat a bad attitude when it arises.
  • by Skip Biro
In some ways your mind acts like a computer. Don't let this computer problem affect you!
  • by Mike Bennett
Not all leaders display the charisma and personal power often associated with leadership. Some leadership practices may produce few followers now, but will pay off in the long term. Consider some exceptional examples:
  • by Ken Treybig
People are easily impressed by the way someone looks, but real leadership comes from what's inside a person—from the heart. Consider the shepherd who became king David.
  • by David Treybig
Have you ever considered what personality type is best for leaders? More importantly, what can you do about yours to become a more effective leader?
  • by Larry Greider
"If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them." — Henry David Thoreau, Walden
  • by Tom Clark
What are the facts about abortion? Is it really murder? What does the Bible say?
  • by Randy Stiver
The great moral code of the universe reveals that God is preparing His team for leadership of the world. Here's how to be part of the team.
  • by David Treybig
"If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader."—John Quincy Adams
  • by Ken Auletta
Many people identify with bucking the crowd and being one's own person, but how can we know when that's what we should do? here's an example of someone who was a nonconformist for the right reason.