Ethics Blog Posts

Time to Drink from the Glass of Sales Optimism

We all know about drinking from the half full or half empty glass. 2017 appears to be a year with a glass full of sales optimism.
by Increase Sales Coach on Jan 3, 2017

Don't Look Now Your Real Leadership Ethics Are Showing

Our behaviors are like mirrors and may reflect our real leadership ethics.
by Increase Sales Coach on Dec 24, 2016

A Team Approach to Intergenerational Justice

We have difficulty living up to our obligations to future generations. To be precise, our problem is not not that we don’t care about what happens to the world after we're gone. It is that we can’t explain why we should care, and therefore cannot...
by The Philosophers Beard on Nov 23, 2016

Food for Thought

You probably know the ritual. On a given day of the week (often the weekend—your “time off” for good behavior) you troop to the grocery store. You toss the items you’ll need for the week into a cart and trundle … Continue reading →...

Uttarakhand Open University BA Human Values and Ethics 2015 Question Paper

Uttarakhand Open University Question Papers Roll No. .................................... B.A. 10/ B.Com.10/ BHM 11/BBA 10 IIndYr / IVth Sem, Examination-2015 FHVA-10 Human Values and Ethics Time : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 60 Note : This paper is of s...
by University Question Papers on Aug 5, 2016

Too Much Competition is Ruining Sport

Competition is amazing! It is the disruptive engine at the heart of the three key institutional innovations of modernity: market economies, democracy, and science. But despite its glamorous power, competition is not enough. Indeed it can be dangerous...
by The Philosophers Beard on Aug 5, 2016

Liberalism Insists on the Freedom to Insult Religion

Should insulting religion be banned? The reason the idea is still debated in the 21st century is that it has been reframed as a debate within liberalism rather than against it. The arguments set forward by groups such as the Organisation of Islamic...
by The Philosophers Beard on Aug 3, 2016

Why Not Polygamy Too?

Source The argument that made gay marriage law in America was about marriage equality: not special rights for gay people but the right to the same treatment. There may be something to regret in the smallness of this ambition (previously), but the...
by The Philosophers Beard on Jul 25, 2016

The Good Samaritan Is Today's Top Sales Performer

Sometimes just by changing how we look at things, the things we look at will change. This is true for those who wish to be a top sales performer.
by Increase Sales Coach on Jul 11, 2016

Is Parenthood Morally Respectable?

Becoming a parent is a private choice, but it has public costs. Society is presented with extensive and expensive obligations to ensure your children a decent quality of life and their development into successful adults and citizens, and that means m...
by The Philosophers Beard on Jun 28, 2016

Understanding 12 Ethics in Business

Understanding 12 Ethics in Business There numerous business practices that every company needs to focus on.  Understanding 12 ethics in business and how they shape a business.  How many times have you heard about a company having unethical business...
by Tips From Lori on Jun 23, 2016

Just Return Calls to Increase Sales

Sometimes the simplest behavior will increase sales.
by Increase Sales Coach on Jun 20, 2016

Busyness as Usual

“Time,” Morpheus said, “is always against us.” Such is life in the Matrix. Wake before daylight. Climb on a bus. Stare at a screen for a solid eight hours. Climb on a bus. Sleep before dark. Repeat. It’s a schedule … Continue reading...

Busyness as Usual

“Time,” Morpheus said, “is always against us.” Such is life in the Matrix. Wake before daylight. Climb on a bus. Stare at a screen for a solid eight hours. Climb on a bus. Sleep before dark. Repeat. It’s a schedule … Continue reading...

Mother Earth

As a planet-locked earthling, I’m thinking about Earth today. Such a quotidian planet. While I’ve been to others in my mind, this is the only one on which I’ve ever been or am likely to be. And yet there are … Continue reading →...

Sometimes It Makes Sense to Cut Off One's Nose to Spite One's Face

Sharing a personal belief about leadership, business ethics and how sometimes it makes sense to cut off one's nose to spite one's face.
by Increase Sales Coach on Apr 14, 2016

10 Skills Journalism Brings to Private Investigations Work

From meeting deadlines to critical thinking, the skills acquired on a daily news beat can be essential to a PI's work. The post 10 Skills Journalism Brings to Private Investigations Work appeared first on Delta Force PI.
by Delta Force PI on Mar 16, 2016

Can of Worms

A great variety of food comes in cans. My mind naturally turns to vegetables and beans, but “tinned meat” was a staple of my childhood, including the now derided Spam. When I see octopus and squid in cans I’m glad … Continue reading ͛...

Moral Money

Yesterday I spent at the Mid-Atlantic Regional American Academy of Religion and Society of Biblical Literature meeting. Not a registered guest, I was there in mufti. Those who know me stopped by to greet me, even without a name tag, … Continue...

MDSU B.A Philosophy Indian Ethics 2008 Question Paper

MDSU B.A II, Indian Ethics, B,A Philosophy 2008 Question Paper Free Download MDSU Question Paper Exam Year: 2008 Question Paper Philosophy B.A-II (2008) Paper-A (Indian Ethics) Note: (i) Attempt five questions in all, selecting one from each unit. Q...
by University Question Papers on Mar 5, 2016
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