Category Archives: Business
Perhaps like you, I sometimes reflect on lessons I’ve learned over the years, usually by the mistakes I’ve made. Today as I asked the Lord what I could post that would be helpful to you, He brought several things to mind that, frankly, I was excited to receive.
Here are eight truths I’ve learned about faith at work that I pray help you, too.
As we approach the official launch of Our Unfair Advantage: Unleash the Power of the Holy Spirit in Your Business, I want you to have first shot at a very special offer.
My publisher, Darren Shearer, and I are putting together a Launch Team of only 100 people who are willing to help get the word out about the book. Here is what you need to know.
It’s summer in Florida and I am hot – really hot!
Which reminded me last week of my wife’s and my 20th wedding anniversary cruise to the Caribbean and one of my favorite things about the cruise ship…it had an unlimited FREE frozen yogurt machine!
After sharing this fun tidbit recently with a business and spiritual mentor, he suggested that the gifts of the Holy Spirit are like that frozen yogurt machine.
Five years ago when the Lord called me to leave pure secular speaking and consulting to rebrand and refocus my business to glorify Him in business, trust me – there were challenges. Here was the #1 roadblock I faced on the way to unleashing my unfair advantage.
As a believer who desires to glorify God through business (what I call 2%ers), you need help in how to do it from other 2%ers in business and from your Pastors.
Here are four things business people need from Pastors with specific ways they can help.
This is not a rant! Rather, it is a direct appeal to all Pastors to recognize what many of their best business members think but are reluctant to say.
Where did these come from? These are the five most repeated frustrations I’ve heard from my 2%er clients over the past 25 years.
[This is an excerpt from my forthcoming book, Our Unfair Advantage: Unleash the Power of the Holy Spirit in Your Business.] If you follow my blog, you know that I…
“What piece of what market do you want to own?”
When I ask this question to executive teams I advise in business planning, I get some puzzled looks.
As believers in business we are called to dominate our markets. Here’s why.