Depends on how you define "Christian" - in terms of family history, yes. In terms of self-description, the demographics on that changed to less than 50% about 10 years ago. In terms of actually living up to the rules and ethics of the religion, very very few.
There are distinct and important lines between "character development" and religion. He doesn't use them apparently.
It is probably a good idea to have a staff member who specializes in developing the players' emotional intelligence, psychological self awareness, and constructive social...
I had one small and ancient IRA devoted to FBGRX until early last week, and bailed on it. Put it to ARKG for a ride.
Finally got into cannabis in a serious way in another account and it is up 17% in just a few days.
Speaking to the actual survey question, a G can be mediocre on half the plays and not impact the outcome of the play. The C, not so much.
So, regardless of their individual capability, the C position has an advantage in this question before it is answered.
He may very well be head coaching material but a few years away. This is probably a practice run, so that when he's ready for the job, he's ready for the interview process. Smart move.
My daughter just got an invite from a headhunter to apply to a job that she thinks she's underqualified for...
Having watched nepotism first hand in both corporate and family business settings, the most important thing for any "child of the owner/founder/legend" is to get several years of experience somewhere else, before coming back to inherit a role. It decreases the failure rates from "probably" to...