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Shelley Simpson, EVP of J.B. Hunt - Integrated Faith, Family and Work

Shelley Simpson, EVP of J.B. Hunt - Integrated Faith, Family and Work

In today's short video, from the WorkMatters FUSE Forum, Shelley Simpson suggests leaders try integrating their work, family, and faith in order to live and work more authentically throughout her career at J.B. Hunt.

Doug McMillon, CEO of Walmart - "Intentionally Re-Balance Your Life"

Doug McMillon, CEO of Walmart - "Intentionally Re-Balance Your Life"

In today's short video, Doug McMillon, president and CEO, Walmart Stores, Inc., shares his perspective on how to intentionally and deliberately pursue your highest priorities. Are you giving too much time to things that are not top priorities?

"Workism Making Americans Miserable" - Commentary by J.D. Greear

"Workism Making Americans Miserable" - Commentary by J.D. Greear

The Atlantic’s article, Workism Is Making Americans Miserable, is one of those where someone has a brilliant insight the Bible teaches as a core principle: the futility of making work an idol. However, the Bible’s presentation is more complete—man shall not live by work alone, but man was made for work.

Faithful Founder (1 of 3): Motivation, Co-Founders, Values & Family

Faithful Founder (1 of 3): Motivation, Co-Founders, Values & Family

“In this post, my aim is to encourage founders of businesses who want to bring God’s kingdom into the foundation of their business and their everyday operation. I’ll use my story of founding, building and selling a B2B software company, VendorHawk, as the context for my ponderings on what it means to be a “faithful founder.” Some lessons are driven by my failures…”

Podcast Episode 15 - Are We Setting the Right Example? 50-70 Hour Work Weeks

Podcast Episode 15 - Are We Setting the Right Example? 50-70 Hour Work Weeks

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This week the team tackles the concept of the 40 hour work week. As entrepreneurs, we are wired to work, and work a lot.  It’s almost romantic to admit that we work 50-70 hours per week (or much much more :).  But at what cost? We must recall that there are at least two groups of people whom we affect with how much we work: family/spouse, and employees/teammates.

How My Daughter Changed My View of Entrepreneurship

How My Daughter Changed My View of Entrepreneurship

Nothing has changed me quite like having a daughter. Sure, there are all the cliches about having a gun sitting in your lap when boys come over. That’s the easy stuff. The hard stuff is instilling beliefs in your daughter that will serve her well in the face of what at times feels like overwhelming forces.