Does a Christian World-view Matter in Business?

Mar.23.2018

In this era, we are living our lives in two concurrent dimensions, physical and spiritual. The spiritual dimension, began in the heart of God before He made the universe and continues forever. The other, the physical dimension, began with our physical birth and ends at our physical death. It’s easy to believe that our physical …
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Try these 9 Steps To Generate Worthy Referrals!

Mar.02.2018

We all know that enthusiastic referrals are among the very best ways to grow a company. Few things in business are more valuable than heartfelt referrals and being able to honestly say that “our customers are our best sales people”! Well-known Fortune 500 firms such as Costco and eBay have grown principally through word-of-mouth referrals, not advertising or …
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Are You Building a Successful Marketplace Ministry?

Mar.02.2018

When it comes to building and growing a successful company, CEO’s and business owners can easily list the key ingredients: a well conceived strategy and plan, key metrics, on-going customer service; innovation regarding products, services and delivery methods. The challenge for CEOs called to lead companies as God’s stewards is to see daily business as …
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Operational Fitness Is Key To Organizational Wellness

Feb.04.2018

Every year, thousands of people resolve to better maintain their personal fitness. This is the most common New Year’s resolution, but unfortunately, it’s also the most frequently broken. The temptation to fall back into our old habits after the newness of January wears off is strong. This truth not only applies to our personal fitness …
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Big Hairy Audacious Goals: A Relentless Drive for Progress

Feb.04.2018

To build a visionary company, you need to create a relentless drive for progress that promotes change, improvement, innovation, and renewal. One way to bring that drive for progress to life is through BHAGs (Big Hairy Audacious Goals). This term was coined by leadership author Jim Collins as a way to describe challenging an entire …
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4 Characteristics of Team Engagement

Jan.17.2018

 Every company has issues. Good companies intentionally uncover those issues and work as a team to make the necessary corrections. Unfortunately, for a lot of us, we don’t ask for help. We justify our decisions, wanting to save time and energy, or maybe we just don’t trust anyone else to make the right decisions. We …
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Model These Key Leadership Principles in 2018

Jan.01.2018

How was your 2017? Was business growing, was it flat, did you have a few big wins, or lose a major customer to the competition? What we do in the midst of great times and hard times greatly influences our long-term prospects for being a high-performing company with an uncommon sense of purpose and teamwork. For …
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Deploying Top-Line Objectives into Actionable Goals

Jan.01.2018

One of the common difficulties we face as senior business leaders is that most of the numbers we deal with are given to us in a form, and for purposes, that are disconnected from our leading, managing, or growing the business. That is, most of us receive numbers from accountants for traditional accounting or tax-paying …
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Benefits of Employee Chaplains

Dec.31.2017

As good as your invention, process, design, logo, distribution channel, capital equipment, fleet of vehicles and other generally accepted accounting assets are, not one of them is as valuable as your employees. Unfortunately, employees’ problems don’t go away when they walk into work. Issues stemming from marital problems, stress, and depression impact your employee’s ability to …
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