Faith & Prosperity Nexus Blog
Sometimes it seems hard to schedule prayer into our daily life. But if you’re like me, you can tell that your day goes better, is more centered if you do pray. A way to schedule prayer into your work-day is to sign up to the mailing list of “In the Company of Prayer,” a non denominational group that emails out a “Morning Briefing” to business people every morning with a short, inspirational prayer. It takes but 1 minute to read it. Try it – it’s made my day many times! They also have a blog, and a book in the works.
“All hard work brings a profit, but mere talk leads only to poverty.” Proverbs 14:23
Ethisphere Institute announced its fourth annual selection of the World’s Most Ethical Companies, highlighting 100 organizations that lead the way in promoting ethical business standards. The list will be featured in the upcoming Q1 issue of Ethisphere Magazine. “The competition for the World’s Most Ethical Companies was the strongest it has ever been, with a record number of organizations vying for this distinguished honor,” said Alex Brigham, Executive Director of the Ethisphere Institute. “There is a strong correlation between a company’s ethics program and its performance, with companies outperforming the market both in terms of upside performance as well as in avoidance of catastrophic investor loss. This proves that having a commitment to ethics is a competitive advantage and is imperative to business.” The 2010 World’s Most Ethical Companies have outperformed the S&P 500 by delivering a 53 percent return to shareholders since 2005—compared to the S&P’s four percent shareholder loss over the same period. Ethisphere began identifying the World’s Most Ethical Companies in 2007. Thirty-six companies on this year’s list have the distinction of earning this honor all four years, including General Electric, Starbucks, American Express, Google, Nike, Time Warner and PepsiCo. This year’s list also features more than… Read more