All Posts by Brian Baulch

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Aug 17

“Culture Trumps Vision”

By Brian Baulch | Blog

By Dr. Sam Chand I was born and raised in a pastor’s home in India, and have been in full-time ministry since 1973. God has guided me through a wide and varied journey. My experience includes serving the church as a janitor, youth pastor, senior pastor, Christian university president, and as a denominational leader. I […]

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Aug 03

Most Cats Love Sardines

By Brian Baulch | Blog

Someone made fun of this photo via extremefunnyhumor.com and simply judge the cat a ” totally useless cat”. If you live with cats from childhood to adulthood, you’d find that each cat displays different behaviours alike with us people. On a different angle maybe this kitten grew up with the mouse together or the kitten […]

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Aug 02

Should You Outsource {Infographic}

By Brian Baulch | Blog

Should we or you outsource? Why not, go for it. An infographic via howtogetfocused.com by Scott Sheper Outsourcing globally has a lot of opportunities or many to choose out there besides Craigslist.org, Odesk.com and 99designs.com mentioned of the above. The trend keeps growing as many big and small businessess building relationship with other nations of […]

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Aug 01

Why the Philippines is known as the Best BPO Site

By Brian Baulch | Blog

Author: Amit Kothiyal The opportunities the business process outsourcing has provided the Philippines, in terms of professional and economic growth,is undeniable. The support of the government has in fact been very evident, allowing major corporations and industries to relocate their BPO services and BPO consulting to the Philippines; especially since business process outsourcing in the […]

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Jun 12

The Art of Scrapping for Postcards

By Brian Baulch | Blog

The art of postcard scrapping is a sample I could post to someone I love. I like scrapping digitally so why don’t I turn that into more realistic and physical photo cards to whom I am prompted to send with my greetings or keeping in touch with someone I am missing from the pain of […]

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