Friday, March 29, 2013

Seek First His Kingdom and Wisdom

The United States of America and the World suffer from much economic, cultural, relational, and spiritual anxiety. Does the Bible give us answers to resolving these anxieties? Challenges will always exist, yet the removal of anxiety provides inner-PEACE despite outward challenges.
The Cure for Anxiety 
     "aFor this reason I say to you, 1do not be bworried about your 2life, as to what you will eat or what you will drink; nor for your body, as to what you will put on. Is not life more than food, and
the body more than clothing? "aLook at the birds of the 1air, that they do not sow, nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not worth much more than

"And who of you by being aworried can badd a single 1hour to his 2life? "And why are you aworried about clothing? Observe how the lilies of the field grow; they do not toil nor do they spin, yet I say to you that not even aSolomon in all his glory clothed himself like one of these. "But if God so clothes the agrass of the field, which is alive today and tomorrow is thrown into the furnace, will He not much more clothe you?

bYou of little faith! "Do not aworry then, saying,
'What will we eat?' or
'What will we drink?' or
'What will we wear for clothing?'

"For the Gentiles eagerly seek all these things; for ayour heavenly Father knows that you
need all these things.

"But 1seek first 2His kingdom and His righteousness, and aall these things will be 3added to you.

"So do not aworry about tomorrow; for tomorrow will 1care for itself. 2Each day has
enough trouble of its own. (Matthew 6:25–34 NASB95)

Solomon Seeks First the Kingdom of God, Asking only for Wisdom!
Solomon's Prayer
    6    Then Solomon said, "aYou have shown great lovingkindness to Your servant David my father, baccording as he walked before You in 1truth and righteousness and uprightness of heart toward You; and cYou have 2reserved for him this great lovingkindness, that You have given him a son to sit on his throne, as it is this day. "Now, O Lord my God, aYou have made Your servant king in place of my father David, yet bI am but a little child; cI do not know how to go out or come in.

"aYour servant is in the midst of Your people which You have chosen, ba great people who are too many to be numbered or counted. "So agive Your servant 1an understanding heart to judge
Your people bto discern between good and evil. For who is able to judge this 2great people of Yours?"
God's Answer
1It was pleasing in the sight of the Lord that Solomon had asked this thing. God said to him, "Because you have asked this thing and have anot asked for yourself 1long life, nor
have asked riches for yourself, nor have you asked for the life of your enemies, but have asked for yourself 2discernment to understand justice, behold, aI have done according to your words.

Behold, bI have given you a wise and discerning heart, so that there has been no one like you before you, nor shall one like you arise after you. "aI have also given you what you have not asked,
both briches and honor, so that there will not be any among the kings like you all your days.

"aIf you walk in My ways, keeping My statutes and commandments, as your father David walked, then I will bprolong your days." Then aSolomon awoke, and behold, it was a dream.

And he came to Jerusalem and stood before the ark of the covenant of the Lord, and offered burnt offerings and made peace offerings, and bmade a feast for all his servants.

"But 1seek first 2His kingdom and His righteousness, and aall these things will be 3added to you. Are you asking for wisdom? Are you praying for Godly wisdom for the President of the United States of America or the leader of your nation?

Leaders indwelled by the Holy Spirit desire, plead and welcome your prayers that they may receive wisdom from God the Father, the Lord Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. Conversely, any leader offended by such prayers lives in opposition to God the Father, the Lord Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit.

See Christ, Believe Christ, Achieve with Christ by Seeking First His Kingdom, His Wisdom!

Rick E. Meyer
See, Believe, Achieve Inc.

a Matt 6:25–33: Luke 12:22–31

1 Or stop being worried

b Matt 6:27, 28, 31, 34; Luke 10:41; 12:11, 22; Phil 4:6; 1 Pet 5:7
2 Lit soul

a Job 35:11; 38:41; Ps 104:27, 28; Matt 10:29ff; Luke 12:24
1 Lit heaven

a Matt 6:25, 28, 31, 34; Luke 10:41; 12:11, 22; Phil 4:6; 1 Pet 5:7
b Ps 39:5
1 Lit cubit (approx 18")
2 Or height

a Matt 6:25, 27, 31, 34; Luke 10:41; 12:11, 22; Phil 4:6; 1 Pet 5:7
a 1 Kin 10:4–7; 2 Chr 9:4–6, 20–22
a James 1:10, 11; 1 Pet 1:24
b Matt 8:26; 14:31; 16:8
a Matt 6:25, 27, 28, 34; Luke 10:41; 12:11, 22; Phil 4:6; 1 Pet 5:7
a Matt 6:8; Phil 4:19
1 Or continually seek

2 Or the kingdom

a Matt 19:28; Mark 10:29f; Luke 18:29f; 1 Tim 4:8
3 Or provided

a Matt 6:25, 27, 28, 31; Luke 10:41; 12:11, 22; Phil 4:6; 1 Pet 5:7
1 Lit worry about itself

2 Lit Sufficient for the day is its evils

New American Standard Bible: 1995 Update (LaHabra, CA: The Lockman Foundation, 1995), Mt 6:25–34.
a 2 Sam 7:8–17; 2 Chr 1:8
b 1 Kin 9:4
1 Or faithfulness

c 1 Kin 1:48
2 Lit kept

a 1 Chr 22:9–13
b 1 Chr 29:1; Jer 1:6, 7
c Num 27:17
a Ex 19:6; Deut 7:6
b Gen 15:5; 22:17
a 2 Chr 1:10; Ps 72:1, 2; Prov 2:3–9; James 1:5
1 Lit a hearing

b 2 Sam 14:17; Heb 5:14
2 Lit heavy

1 Lit the thing

a James 4:3
1 Lit many days

2 Lit hearing

a 1 John 5:14, 15
b 1 Kin 4:29–31; 5:12; 10:23, 24; Eccl 1:16
a 1 Kin 4:21–24; 10:23, 27; Matt 6:33; Eph 3:20
b Prov 3:16
a 1 Kin 3:6
b Ps 91:16; Prov 3:2
a Gen 41:7
b 1 Kin 8:65

New American Standard Bible: 1995 Update (LaHabra, CA: The Lockman Foundation, 1995), 1 Ki 3:6–15.
1 Or continually seek

2 Or the kingdom

a Matt 19:28; Mark 10:29f; Luke 18:29f; 1 Tim 4:8
3 Or provided


Friday, March 22, 2013

Book Review with a Biblical Perspective: Think and Grow Rich


"One of the most influential books of all time in pointing the way to personal achievement—to financial independence and to riches of the spirit
beyond measurement in money."
The Bible remains number one in my view. Certainly, the accumulated wisdom of mankind, from creation to present, compares to God's wisdom—at best—as a single proton compares to all of creation (Psalm 8:3-4).

Over 100 million copies purchased by those seeking hope, Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill remains the all-time best selling book in the field of motivation and personal achievement. During an encountering, Andrew Carnegie challenges twenty-five year old Napoleon to devote the next twenty years "to organize the world's first philosophy of personal achievement." Comparatively, the time of earning an academic graduate degree at Dallas Theological Seminary, or any other institution, becomes minimal.

Similarly, General George S. Patton and Dwight D. Eisenhower (Ike) invested twenty years studying past battles and wars prior to World War Two. Carnegie's challenge, along with Patton's and Ike's example, illustrate the necessity of persistent diligent study of any subject, including the Bible, that one desires communicating to the world.

Do we accept the responsibility of spreading Christocentric (Christ-centered) eschatology with the same degree of intensity?

During these twenty years, Mr. Hill interviews America's greatest achievers such as Henry Ford, Thomas A. Edison, John Wanamaker, William Jennings Bryan, J. Odgen Armour, Theodore Roosevelt, John D. Rockefeller, Frank Vanderlip, Dr. Alexander Bell, Stuart Austin Weir of Dallas, William Wrigley Jr., Charles Schwab, and numerous other highly successful people.

He interviewed them to inquire of their success, finding high correlation of attributes among all encountered. He transformed the compilation of success principles into the book, Think and Grow Rich.

Napoleon Hill first published an unedited copy of the book in 1937, followed by an edited copy in 1960. Over one-hundred million readers have searched for hope between the two-hundred-fifty-four pages of manuscript separating the front and back covers. He continued his career speaking and writing about success principles.


I have read this book approximately one hundred times in the past twenty plus years since earning my undergraduate degree at Kansas State University. The stories provide excellent examples of applied principles, and provide recognition of principles I applied in achieving success before reading the book.

Think and Grow Rich, along with the Bible, received high recommendations from a plethora of Christian businessmen and women at Christocentric business conventions. Nearly all of the book's principles correlate with Biblical principles. Unfortunately, "Infinite Intelligence" provides the only reference to God.

While Infinite Intelligence receives credit for ideas to the subconscious mind, Hill presents success as primarily anthropocentric (man-centered). The key resides in discernment, and remaining Christ-centered while studying and applying the principles.

Wisdom insists on our continually calibrating our heart, mind and soul on the word of God along with the conviction and guidance of the indwelling Holy Spirit. Does this remain true of all principles and engagements we encounter in this world? Absolutely!

"In it you will find the magic of self-direction, organized planning, auto-suggestion, master-mind association, an amazingly revealing system of self-analysis, detailed plans for selling your personal services and a wealth of other specific examples helps from the experience of great men who have proved their value.
"The riches within your grasp cannot always be measured in money."

The publisher continues in listing riches of friendships along with business and personal relationships.

The book speaks of the secret, specifically left unnamed, yet alluded to in every chapter. Thousands of people in nearly all genres of life have tested the secret in practical, day to day, methods with success. 

Bob Proctor created a movie titled The Secret, as well as offering weeklong self-help programs for $15,000--$20,000 based on The Secret in Napoleon Hill's Think and Grow Rich. Success guru Jack Canfield also has a program called The Secret in which he speaks of the "Law of Attraction," a topic in Think and Grow Rich.

Many in the motivational field allude to The Secret, drawing people who seek hope, believing this will enhance the end of every day, week, month, year and their life.

Sadly, none of these gurus recognize, or at least acknowledge The Secret of eschatological, eternal life in the death, resurrection, and forgiveness of sins in Jesus Christ (Jn 3:16-18, 3:10,11,12,13,14-15,16,17,18,19,20,21). Nor do they acknowledge the Christian's eternal, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit as the greatest present and eschatological prosperity and hope.

The author illustrates the amazing success of others, suggesting the possibility of high success for anyone, "provided you know what it is you want."

My high school coach, Bill "Congo" Congleton, continually reminded us, "Don't be afraid to be great, as it all comes down to whom wants it the most."

Prudence mandates context, Congo understood, as well as anyone, the variance of abilities between individuals. His statement rested on the foundation of two teams or people with similar abilities. The one who exerted more effort, most often wins in head to head competition.

Dr. Lanier Burns frequently reminds his students that prudence mandates context in understanding statements. Whether we seek to attack or understand those with whom we communicate in spreading Christocentric eschatological hope affects significant short and long-term impacts of our message.

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Rick E. Meyer
See, Believe, Achieve Inc.

(Hill 1960, Publisher Preface)
2 (Napoleon Hill Foundation n.d.)
3 (Hill 1960, Publisher's Preface)
4 (Hill 1960, 13)
5 (Canfield n.d.)
6 (Hill 1960, 14)

An assignment for Eschatology at Dallas Theological Seminary
(Spring Semester 2013)  

Running thru the Bible Subscription

Leader Servant: Air Filters and Desert Sand

"The engines run faster when we remove the air filters."


My dad consulted Saudi Arabia royalty in raising wheat with center pivots in the desert in December 1984 thru July 1985. They complained that the engines powering the pumps quickly failed, blaming the manufacturer and everyone else. Upon driving to the site, Dad quickly identified the cause of engine failure.


They removed the cover over the air filter so that incoming air to the engine by-passed the filter.


Stating the obvious, sand's abrasive properties quickly ruin even the best-designed and highly tuned engines. Eventually, Dad convinced and demonstrated the increase of efficiency, yield and profit through the necessity of the air filter removing pollutants, including sand, before the air entered the engine.


This scenario parallels my life when I try to remove the filter of the Bible, Prayer, and the wisdom of Godly associates in my thoughts and actions. I too sometimes try blaming the Creator for the problems, despite my ignoring the Owner's Manual.


The abrasive secular wisdom, secular logic, secular pleasure entering my heart, mind and soul with the filters, destroys my productivity, relationships and impact.


Only the filter provides restoration. Once I force thoughts and actions through the filter of the Bible, Prayer and wisdom of Spiritually Mature associates, efficiency, yield and profit increase.


For clarity, profit includes relationships and impact on the lives of others, including my relationship with Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit.


Dad received word of this position from our neighbor at the time in Manhattan, Kansas, Gordon Hibbard. Gordon now serves as the President/CEO of the Kansas 4-H Foundation, Inc. He epitomizes the Leader Servant who filters all through God's Word, prayer, and associations with the spiritually mature.


Today, I seek to assure all input to my heart, mind and soul—thoughts and actions—pass through the filter of God's Word, Prayer—communication with Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit, Godly associates. Removing the filter may allow me to initially run faster, make money and impress more people, yet eventually leads to unavoidable destruction.


See Christ, Believe Christ, Achieve with Christ!


Rick E. Meyer

See, Believe, Achieve Inc.



Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Running Form for Farmers:

Imagine being connected to a 3-pt hitch. The bottom arms connect to the outside of your hips, and the top arm attached to the shoulders. Now adjust for a level pitch. Most of us need to screw-out--lengthen--the top arm to push our shoulders back.

Monday, March 18, 2013

Leader Servant: Pray Journal Results

Stay aligned and anchored in Christ. Trust Him.

"A long time friend wrote, 'I took time to read through several of my old prayer journals that were written in 12-13 years ago. So many things I have prayed for have been taken care of by God.....(listing several specifics)'"?


See Christ, Believe Christ, Achieve with Christ!


Rick E. Meyer

See, Believe, Achieve Inc.

Monday, March 11, 2013

Leader Servant: Poor in Spirit

The Sermon on the Mount; The Beatitudes (Matthew 5:1-3)

    aWhen Jesus saw the crowds, He went up on bthe 1mountain; and after He sat down, His disciples came to Him. aHe opened His mouth and began to teach them, saying, "1aBlessed are the 2poor in spirit, for btheirs is the kingdom of heaven."

I complete nighttime prayers, I consider watching an online thirty-minute television program. However, an instant, non-audible, distinct voice permeated my conscious mind, "Which do you consider a better investment of your time, television or time in the Bible and prayer with the omniscience, sovereign, triune God (Father, the Son, Lord Jesus Chris, and the Holy Spirit) who created everything (Jn 1:3)—including you, Rick, and reigns above all?"

The necessity of frequent, in-depth conversations with God through reading the Bible and prayer struck like lightning.

This searing lightning obliterates my pride, arrogance, and self-reliance.

Conversely, God's love, mercy, and power provide a poor in spirit heart that recognizes our complete dependence on God and the forgiveness of sins through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Additionally, internalizing the Bible and prayer help reveal God's will in every aspect of your life.

We instinctively pray continuously throughout the day as a result of our relationship with God and our poor in spirit heart. Additionally, God's wisdom leads us to also engage in specific times of only prayer.

The specific responsibilities of each person's daily service to God, vary. Yet, the Great Commission (Mt 28:16-20) applies to each follower of the Lord Jesus Christ. My current responsibilities include diligently studying the Bible word while attaining my Masters of Art in Christian Leadership at Dallas Theological Seminary in Dallas, TX. What do your current responsibilities entail?

My daily responsibility of serving God includes reading thousands of pages, writing hundreds of pages, and committing hundreds of Bible verses to memory every semester. Additionally, I serve God in my business through in speaking across the United States and writing to a global audience, along with competitive distance running.

The latter mandates continual weight loss because excess weight significantly slows one down. In life and running, wisdom suggests we remove excess physical, emotional and spiritual weight to perform at our highest capacities which enable us to serve God to the best of our abilities.

As my parents frequently said throughout my life, "Just do your best." Their command requires great effort and faith. As does my dad's last command, "Always trust God. Remember that son. Trust God Always!

Are you and I achieving our best from watching television or from reading the Bible and praying? Does always trusting God lead us to watch television for thirty minutes or read the Bible and pray for thirty minutes?

I wrapped up a phone conversation this past week asking my mentor what I should focus on this next week.

Charles responded, "Ask, 'Am I anchored in God in every area of my life?'"

These commands, questions, and acknowledging my poor spirit before God, perpetually direct each of my thoughts, words, and actions. How do they affect you? This leads to regularly internalize the Bible and prayer instead of watching an unnecessary sitcom.

Yes, I probably will watch television again. During my twenties, I lived without a television for three or four years while pursuing my running prime. One should never take my choices and messages of tonight as a law or life rule.

Instead, consider your thoughts, actions, and choices in your relationship with Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. Let your love of God (1Jn 4:19) inspire your desire to serve and please Him to the best of your ability.

Do you trust God enough to seek His wisdom for every area of your life?
Is every area of your life anchored in Christ?
Your response to these inquiries reveals whether your heart is poor in spirit before God.
"When Luther’s puppy [n. 116, Luther's dog Tölpel is mentioned again and again in the Table Talk.] happened to be at the table, looked for a morsel from his master, and watched with open mouth and motionless eyes, he [Martin Luther] said, 'Oh, if I could only pray the way this dog watches the meat! All his thoughts are concentrated on the piece of meat. Otherwise he has no thought, wish, or hope.'"

Luther’s Works, Volume 54, Table Talk (Philadelphia: 1967), pp. 37, 38. May 18, 1532
"1aBlessed are the 2poor in spirit, for btheirs is the kingdom of heaven."

See Christ, Believe Christ, Achieve with Christ by possessing a poor, humble spirit!

Rick E. Meyer
Running on Faith Ministry, Inc.

a Matt ch 5–7; Luke 6:20–49
b Mark 3:13; Luke 6:17; 9:28; John 6:3, 15
1 Or hill
a Matt 13:35; Acts 8:35; 10:34; 18:14
1 I.e. fortunate or prosperous, and so thr v 11
a Matt 5:3–12; Luke 6:20–23
2 I.e. those who are not spiritually arrogant
b Matt 5:10; 19:14; 25:34; Mark 10:14; Luke 6:20; 22:29f
[1] New American Standard Bible: 1995 Update (LaHabra, CA: The Lockman Foundation, 1995), Mt 5:1–3.
1 I.e. fortunate or prosperous, and so thr v 11
a Matt 5:3–12; Luke 6:20–23
2 I.e. those who are not spiritually arrogant
b Matt 5:10; 19:14; 25:34; Mark 10:14; Luke 6:20; 22:29f

Sunday, March 10, 2013

Leader Servant: Human Relations

Do the actions of others often test your patience, "tick you off," "drive you nuts"? When I allow the actions and attitude of others to disrupt portions of my life, I quickly realize that this usually originates from selfish thoughts, instead of the indwelling Holy Spirit. This greatly affects the Leader Servant's ability to serve, and lead.


This lacks condoning intentional sin in others or me, rather how I perceive shortcomings which affects how I relate to others. Additionally, these affect my attitude which affects my physical, emotional and spiritual health. The domino effect continues as these affect how I perform, my view and approach to serving God in serving others.


Our patience, understanding, forgiveness and love of others reveal our relationship with Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. This includes the degree to which we grasp the depravity of others and us (Romans 3:23), resulting in our and their emotional, physical and spiritual shortcomings.


In our pursuit of living and serving in Christ's image, we rebuke actions and love people. Christ clearly articulates the necessity and correlation of giving and receiving forgiveness, including in speaking to the Samaritan woman at the well. (Matthew 6:14; John 4:7-38).


"And forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors."

"For if you forgive others for their transgressions, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. But if you do not forgive
others, then your Father will not forgive your transgressions" (
Matthew 6:12,14-15 (NASB95)).


Consider everyone who has and does express patience, understanding, forgiveness and love toward you; pass this generosity to others. Even if you believe no one has extended this benefit to you, remember that God does (John 3:16). Follow His example. Forgiving others is a fruit, a result, of our relationship with Jesus Christ and the indwelling Holy Spirit. When we walk with God, we forgive others as He forgives us.


Forgiving others and receiving God's forgiveness through Christ's death and resurrection greatly affects our attitude revealed through our eyes, face, words, tonality and treatment of others. This greatly affects our effectiveness with associates in our organizations and MarketPlace.


See Christ, Believe Christ, Achieve with Christ through understanding, loving and forgiving others!



Rick E. Meyer

See, Believe, Achieve Inc.



Friday, March 8, 2013

Leader Servant: Hope and Joy

As Leader Servants, how do we generate infectious hope and joy in ourselves and organization? Let's examine scripture, the pure word of God. Wisdom originates from God (Proverbs 1:7, 20-23; 2:6-10) 1 Corinthians 2:10).

        "And not only this, but we also exult in our tribulations (afflictions), knowing that tribulation (affliction) brings about perseverance; and perseverance, proven character; and proven character, hope; and hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been poured out within our hearts through the Holy Spirit who was given to us (Romans 5:3-5 (NASB))."
        "Consider it all joy, my brethren, when you encounter various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces endurance. And let endurance have its perfect result, so that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing (James 1:2-4)."

Do you ever tire of life's challenges? I do too! In our high speed, instant technology world, I seek instant hope. Hope guarantees the joy demanded of us in 1 Thessalonians.
        "aRejoice (Be Joyful (NIV)) always; pray without ceasing; in everything give thanks; for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus. Do not quench the Spirit; do not despise prophetic utterances. But examine everything carefully; hold fast to that which is good; abstain from every form (or appearance) of evil (1 Thessalonians 5:16-22)."
        "Therefore, having been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom also we have obtained our introduction by faith into this grace in which we stand; and we exult in hope of the glory of God (Romans 5:1–2 (NASB95))."

 The road to hope begins with challenges, afflictions, tribulation which produces perseverance or endurance resulting in purified character. Purified character generates hope and joy because of our believing and trusting relationship with Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit.

Receiving hope and joy mandate enduring challenges, praise God for the seeds of hope and joy planted in your life, germinating and emerging as challenges with perseverance producing the necessary character to serve God according to His will for your life.

Leader Servants provide and allow challenges suitable for each person, according to their abilities and maturity, in their organization to yield abundant, infectious hope and joy.

Hope and Joy produce physical and emotional characteristics that attract others as customers, vendors and volunteers to your organization.

See Christ, Believe Christ, Achieve with Christ!

Rick E. Meyer
See, Believe, Achieve Inc.
Rom 5:11; 8:23; 9:10; 2 Cor 8:19; Matt 5:12; James 1:2f; Luke 21:19; Phil 2:22; James 1:12; Ps 119:116; Rom 9:33; Heb 6:18f; Acts 2:33; 10:45; Gal 4:6; Titus 3:6; New American Standard Bible: 1995 Update (LaHabra, CA: The Lockman Foundation, 1995), Ro 5:3–5; Matt 5:12; James 1:12; 5:11; 1 Pet 1:6; Or temptations; 1 Pet 1:7; Heb 6:12; Or steadfastness; Luke 21:19; Lit work; Or mature; Matt 5:48; Col 4:12.

Friday, March 1, 2013


Personally I am always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught. ~ Winston Churchill
The man who is too old to learn, was probably always too old to learn.
~ Henry Haskins

A young man came to Socrates one day and said, in substance: "Mr. Socrates, I have come 1,500 miles to gain wisdom and learning. I want learning, so I come to you."
Socrates said, "Come, follow me." He led the way down to the seashore. They waded out into the water until they were up to their waists, and then Socrates seized his companion and forced his head under the water. In spite of his struggles, Socrates held him under.
Finally, when most of his resistance was gone Socrates laid him out on the shore and returned to the marketplace. When the visitor had regained his strength, he returned to Socrates to learn the reason for this behavior.
Socrates said to him, "When you were under the water, what was the one thing you wanted more than anything else?"
"I wanted air."
Then Socrates said, "When you want knowledge and understanding as badly as you wanted air, you won't have to ask anyone to give it to you."
—Sterling W. Sill

See Christ, Believe Christ, Achieve with Christ!

Rick E. Meyer
See, Believe, Achieve Inc.