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Earning Serendipity-Your Gateway To Make Opportunity Matter From Glenn Llopis (Popularity: )
Most of us believe in chance. Most of us accept it's by pure chance that success happens. Those who are successful are simply fortunate. And there is nothing one can do but wait and watch till fortune dawns all on a sudden. Thus we are awed by people around to whom good things always come, the flourishing tribe, the favorites of fortune. And we yearn to be like them, to ...

Ethical Theories in Practice - Do Self Interest and Good Ethics Conflict? (Popularity: )
Egoists would view our actions in any situation as being solely based on our own self interests. If exhibiting good ethics were the means to that end, then they are supported and encouraged. Egoists do not allow for motivations other than the self promotion of the individual or organization. In the corporate world the general belief seems to be that the interests of the corporation take precedence over the application of ...

Fraudulent House Flippers Finding, Forgetting and Hiding Flaws (Popularity: )
Many house flippers at the top of the market bought homes waving their right to inspections, some of these homes actually did have flaws, or real problems. Of course, if these house flippers were caught with these homes as the market fell many of them did whatever they could to hide the flaws that they later discovered. Hiding flaws or failing to disclose them to the buyers is fraud. Sure they ...

Sales Incentives Are Unethical (Popularity: )
Free trips to Cancun. Week-long company 'retreats' in Hawai'i. Company-sponsored conventions in Vegas that just happen to take place over a four-day weekend. We've all heard of business perks like these, and likely know the type that regularly attends such lavish functions. They're typically the ones who are getting the top sales numbers at their companies, who sold more of Product A during Quarter 3 than any one has ever ...

An Ideal Worth Ten Thousand Pesos - Fighting For The Right To Party (Popularity: )
One man cannot speak for everyone. Each individual point of view can only be as educated as his experiences, which essentially is the fabric of his beliefs. I myself am a 23 year-old, Philippine-born Canadian woman. I came to Colombia nine months ago to teach English and learn a thing or two about her culture. There are many prejudices surrounding her beauty, among which are kidnappings involving FARC, drug trafficking ...

Punishing Those Who Commit Fraud (Popularity: )
It is a rare occurrence that someone who commits fraud on a business owner gets punished for their actions. Why? Because 90% of the fraud perpetrated on a small business owner is done so by a close friend, relative, or trusted employee. The small business owner entrusts them with what they appear to know, accounting. Many times the fraud occurs over years of time leading to the statistic which shows ...

Business Ethics - Not All Money is Good Money (Popularity: )
Business ethics are sometimes hard to define. Have you ever been offered money to do something that didn't pass the "smell test"? You didn't know why, but you just had a gut feeling that something wasn't right. My advice...don't ignore that feeling. What you do in your business potentially effects more than just you; it effects your staff, your customers and your family. It Can Happen to Anyone The cases of Enron ...

Ethics & Rolfing (Popularity: )
Ethics is defined as being a set of principles of right conduct, and as a Rolfer the therapeutic relationship necessitates this structure as much as it is defined by it. Les Kertay, Advanced Rolfer, defines ethics as the principles of a therapeutic relationship. In this brief review I will discuss insight into how and why problems arise in the therapeutic relationship spoken to at the 2002 Rolf Institute Annual Meeting, ...

Handling The Problem Employee (Popularity: )
A friend of mine owns one of the largest independent web agencies on the East Coast. He is sharp, takes no prisoners and runs his company like a well-oiled machine. Business is great these days. Over the past five years he's had his ups and downs, but after reviewing the bigger picture, he is taking very cautious expansion steps. When last we spoke, he was focused on a larger space, ...

Business Ethics & Social Responsibility (Popularity: )
The purpose of business is to generate maximum returns for its owners and shareholders. So therefore should the business pursue all activities that enhance profitability and increase the value of the business for the owners and / or shareholders? I also believe that a business should behave ethically in achieving the above purpose. It is not right just to operate within the letter of the law. Businesses should also try and ...