What Did Boney Say: How NOT To Treat Your Employees

Big Homie (7 yrs. old) and Boney (5 yrs. old) were playing. Big Homie was her boss and asked Boney to draw something.

Somewhere along the line, Boney said, “How much do I get paid for this?”

Big Homie said, “I do not have any money, so I’ll give you some Monopoly money.”

Boney expressed her concern of not being paid with real money.

Big Homie basically said, “You’re fired!”

Boney then decided that she will go in her room and barricade the door because, “…she didn’t want to be disturbed.” However, she really did not want to let him in.

What was her former boss’s response?

He offered her the job back, but through the door, she refused.

So his next action, was to go in his room and barricade himself behind the door!

Life lesson for those of us in the workplace?

If you treat your employees bad, one day, no matter how grateful you think they should be in this economy, they are going to leave and not come back.

If you’re an employee, it’s smart to find out how much you are going to get paid BEFORE doing the work. Because in the end, she has five other people in this house the she may be able to market her talent of drawing to, but she’s the cheapest labor that he can find…so his baricade might as well be for the bill-collectors when he has to close up shop.

“When Keeping It Real and Outsourcing Goes Wrong”

Did you hear that America?


True Riches With the Mission Men @ the Mission: Man’s Plans vs. God’s Plans

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At NASA, our nation celebrates one of the greatest triumphs in human history, the ability to fly to outer space.

Yet, how can we do something so amazing, yet we cannot stop ourselves from telling a lie, stealing or thinking evil thoughts?

Check out this message over at True Riches With the Mission Men, given at New Life Rescue Mission in March.

Click here: Man’s Plan vs. God’s Plan.

CornerstoneDad Podcast #10 – America The Beautiful, With It’s Hoodies and N-Words

In this episode, I interview my oldest boy Kory Devon on the Trayvon Martin killing. We discuss some of the issues he faces being a young man not far from Trayvon’s age group, whether people should use the “n-word”, and if America can ever get past its problem with race. Parents, if you have a problem with your children hearing such a frank discussion about race, then parental discussion is certainly advised.

Just click HERE to listen to the show.