Public relations practitioners use the golden rule
to evaluate and manage communication.
Crucially, application of the Golden Rule
requires that we imagine ourselves in the place of someone else.
Also available as an ebook (9781476618906), The Economics of Peace: Freedom, the Golden Rule
and the Broadening of Prosperity examines the transition from nation-state capitalism to a collaborative economy regulated by the judicial system.
Insurance Company has published some 2014 health claim data in a Connecticut rate filing.
I HAVE a golden rule
when it comes to betting on the Champions League.
As of late, Steffan was authorized by the Golden Rule
Project and the Utah Arts Council to address tormenting and the requisition of the Golden Rule
as a component of the answer for the developing issue of harassing and viciousness in schools across the country.
HSAs enable consumers to save on taxes and health costs today while saving for retirement health care," said Patrick Carr, president of UnitedHealthcare's Golden Rule
The golden rule
will need to be transparently robust, the advice given must be convincing and the case for installing measures must be compelling.
The basic premise under the Golden Rule
is that present and future generations be treated equally with respect to returns to efficiency units of labor and capital, which are the two factors of production considered here.
9) Jeffrey Wattles's influential The Golden Rule
concludes with just this suggestion.
The Parliament of the World's Religions even made a Declaration Toward a Global Ethic and proclaimed the Golden Rule
as the common principle for many religions.
Four Seasons has always been guided by the Golden Rule
-- treating others as we would like to be treated," says Kathleen Taylor, president and CEO, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.