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Are Multi-level Marketing Companies a Good Idea for Christians?

Are Multi-level Marketing Companies a Good Idea for Christians?

Are Multi-level Marketing companies a good idea for Christians? It’s an important question during a day and age where businesses like this are popping up everywhere you look. I’d venture to say that you’ve been approached on Facebook or in person by at least one friend recently to hear more about their new business venture […]

The Key to Success: Be the Best Version of YOU!

You’re on your way! You’ve done all the right things to prep for a career or at least your first real job. Your grades are excellent; you’ve talked to counselors and others you respect about possible careers; you even did a job shadowing with a friend from church. You know about the difference between hanging […]

The Truth About Retirement

Retirement provision is something that confuses many Christians.The “rules” about retirement have changed over the years and many Americans are realizing they didn’t save enough to maintain the lifestyle they pictured. Almost a quarter of all retirees are worried that their savings will run out and not saving for retirement soon enough is the number […]

3 Ways to Grow as a Freelancer

More than ⅓ of our workforce are freelancers, according to the research firm Edelman Berland. That is 54 million Americans who have an independent approach to their employment. A person who does freelance or contract work is defined as one who works by the hour, day or job without a regular salary from one employer. […]

10 Things You Should Never Say in an Interview

A recent article at ToughNickel.com listed 10 things you should never say in a job interview. Here goes. How much does this job pay? Typically, money is not discussed during the first interview. If, at the end of the session the interviewer should ask what salary you expect, give a realistic range of salaries you can […]

Why do the “Wrong” People Get Ahead?

22 Tips for Making a Great Impression at Your New Job

Originally posted on the Christian Post on November 18th. Dear Chuck, I’m in a company where it feels to me that people who are good at flattering the boss – but not necessarily are good at their jobs – get promoted, while more talented people get ignored or passed over. It’s so frustrating to look around […]

Tips to Not Trip Over Your Tongue at Work

Originally posted on the Christian Post on September 23. To learn Biblical answers to your financial questions, you can #AskChuck @AskCrown your questions by clicking here. Questions used may be lightly edited for length or clarity. Dear Chuck,  I’m trying to fit in to a new workplace, and I’m on the outside of a lot of the conversations […]

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