Whistleblowers in the Workplace

“What is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing” (author unknown)… What is popular is not always right (ethical), what is right (ethical) is not always popular.  But, it’s not about being comfortable and just doing what is going to be popular.  This is especially true in the business world … Continued

To whistleblow or not to whistleblow, that is true teamwork.

In reference to being a tattletale, team player or simply doing what is right: 1. It is a good practice to always tell the truth and more so as a Christian. It might not be good for you in the long run but eventually, if it is a big enough issue, will become a subject … Continued

Windows into your soul

Marcus Tullius Cicero is credited to the old English proverb, “Eyes are the window to the soul.” Although no one can be certain that it originated with this Roman Philosopher, we also see this principle in the Bible. Matthew 6:22-23 states, “The eye is the lamp of the body. So, if your eye is healthy, your whole body … Continued

All it takes is one very loud voice!

One of my real pet peeves is those movie, music, video game makers who spend billions of dollars each year advertising their products in order to convince people to buy them and then turn around and deny that the product has any influence on persons who model the product and do horrible things. First, I … Continued

Half-Truths: The Costs of Unethical Marketing

Without trying to sound like the world’s worst critic of all marketing efforts out there today, it doesn’t take the average consumer long to identify products and services that fail to disclose the full truth in their overly produced advertisements.  Many companies invest significant amounts of money to create the most convincing and attractive ads … Continued