Imagine trying to navigate in an area where there are no set boundaries or standards of measurement. In a similar way, it’s difficult for those who were trained to honor traditional values to chart a course in a world where anything goes. In such an environment it’s helpful to know who you are and who you can trust. Two values at the core of the Panoplia.org community are integrity and respect.
Integrity is a personal choice to adhere to a set of moral and ethical principles and standards. It includes being who you say you are, and doing what you say you’ll do. Anyone who participates in Panoplia.org is expected to act in accordance with the highest degree of integrity. In practical terms, this means we commit to being honest and having no hidden agendas. With regard to Panoplia.org, be assured that we have no interest in brand affiliate programs, third-party advertising, or selling data. We operate in a simple and transparent manner.
The word respect has a number of connotations. In the context of Panoplia.org those who participate are expected to show consideration for others. In practice, this means putting the needs of others before your own. This includes those who may not hold the same set of beliefs, values, backgrounds, or experiences.
Our hope and expectation is that everyone who chooses to join the Panoplia.org community will benefit greatly from their participation.
PANOPLIA POSTING SCHEDULE
Both Danny and Jay travel extensively in their full-time roles and to lead onsite training courses. Other commitments notwithstanding, since postings are a core component of Panoplia.org we will do our best to stay on schedule. If we miss a post here and there we appreciate your patience and understanding.
The normal schedule is for us to release postings at 5:00am every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. The two mid-week postings focus on a variety of topics related to hard skills and soft skills. The Saturday postings focus on the practical application of biblical faith.
We hope you enjoy the postings and encourage you to offer comments that help sharpen our skills.