J.T. Miller Company Blog
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Posted: 3/12/2013 1:05:07 PM
Within a beehive of 60,000 bees a remarkable communication system allows each bee to know what his or her responsibility is during each phase of his life cycle. For example, during the life of a worker bee the bee functions in the roles of; cleaner, nurse, storer, repairer, guard, and finally scout. How do they know when they are supposed to function in each task? What keeps the hive from becoming totally chaotic and unable to function? Certainly if all were “cleaners” or all were “nurses” no honey would get stored and the hive would starve.
Posted: 2/4/2013 2:40:34 PM
1: Remember to use "Please" and "Thank you."
It shows respect for others and that you value them. This is a fundamental cornerstone of having good manners. It is rooted in that act of civility, that one is grateful for a service that was offered or given.
2: Make proper Introductions & Handshakes
Impressions are made within the first 7 seconds and a first impression is a lasting impression!
Greet and meet others in a kind and respectful way. This includes learning
Posted: 1/8/2013 12:14:42 PM
There are non optional principles for life that are found in the Bible and that have been tested by generations of people.
Let’s look at some examples of the result for people who didn’t compromise.
Daniel of the Bible: Daniel is one of God’s examples of how to succeed in a job while...
Abraham Lincoln: Shepherded the country through the difficult discussion of how...