Little wallets, big heart

Little wallets, big heart

Every year at holiday time, CSR posts a gift suggestion guide.  This year’s list has ideas that can go toward your personal loved ones, and it has several that have a professional touch for company gifts.  The one thing in common with all of the ideas is a lower price...
Our Openness

Our Openness

To round out our series on CSR’s core values, we’re delighted to spend a few minutes on openness.  This value may seem incredibly straightforward and expected, and it is.  But allow me to provide a few examples of how our team members deliver on openness with our...
Breaking Through Resistance    

Breaking Through Resistance    

At Christmas time last year, many Atlanta area parishes gave out books to their congregations – Matthew Kelly’s Resisting Happiness.  And that book sat on my pile-to-read for several months – getting resisted like nobody’s business.  An evening women’s scripture study...
HOW in the world?

HOW in the world?

Our blog series on what makes CSR tick concludes with the way we go about serving our clients.  Simon Sinek’s TED talk tees up the “why” concept, and here is why CSR exists:  to create greater happiness and wealth for businesses and their owners.  And the “what” we do...
So WHAT?

So WHAT?

We recently referred to a great TED talk by Simon Sinek and introduced the “why” that grounds CSR:  to create greater happiness and wealth for businesses and their owners.  The reason that CSR is in business is applicable to each and every one of our clients, and it...