Home Authors Posts by Alex Miranda

Alex Miranda

296 POSTS 0 COMMENTS
Alex Miranda is an entrepreneur in Miami Florida. He built his first business at the age of 25, a web & graphic design agency for small business owners. Alex taught that creating a perfect brand required some deep soul searching into why you're doing this and lining your business up with your soul's purpose.

Unchecked Ambition is Like Adultery for Business

If we Godpreneurs have a clear mission in life, we will not be easily distracted by the sideshows along the way.

How I Failed from Going Too Fast – And How I Recovered

Godpreneurs, it is never too late to throw our life into reverse if we detect that we are on the wrong road. Have courage today.

It’s Tough Doing Business with Divorced Entrepreneurs

I chose to see marriage as the ultimate entrepreneurial venture that I'm never quitting because it's shaping me and molding INTEGRITY.

Conquering Emotions that Destroy Business Relationships

You contain your emotions through your will and intellect if you are wise. This is accomplished by thinking through your values and priorities before the adrenaline starts to pump.

The Process I Followed to Make God First in My Business

The wisdom of Proverbs indicates that if God is at the top, every other aspect of my business life will fall into place. I have put this promise to the test in my own business and can vouch for its reliability.

My Tool for Dodging the Troubles that Come with Entrepreneurship

A foolish person relies on individual gifts and personal strength; however, this is the epitome of weakness, because there is no unity of purpose supporting his efforts. Therefore, he stands alone. Godpreneurs find their strength by reinforcing their bulletproof vests.

How I Put God First in My Business

Because my business is involved in Kingdom guided work, I strive to do things right and start with the fundamentals.

Fine Tuning Your Business Calling

Living within my calling is now a lifestyle for me. I've changed habits and adopted new ones in order to continue to hear from God.

How to Know that Your Business Matters

Your business is "not in vain." Why not? Because everything your business does in the present somehow will be part of God’s eventual Kingdom.

Balancing Marriage and Business

If God leads us to be married and to be a small business owner, for example, then we will have to balance the time and responsibilities of both callings. Work should not crowd out leisure, rest and relationships.

Stay connected

237FansLike
16,152FollowersFollow
- Advertisement -

Random posts

Conflict Means You’re On The Right Track

I've learned an amazing skill that I want to share with you today. There are times in our entrepreneurial life where the problems and attacks...

Fixing Business Partnerships Gone Wrong – Step 1: Back to Basics

In 2005 I formed a 3-way partnership with two of my really good friends.  One was a graphic designer, one was a website developer,...

Overcoming Work Addiction: Step 5 – Kill the Triggers

We often don't rank work addiction as "bad" because we see people overdose on heroin and thing "well, at least I'm not shooting up, instead I'm working more." The only problem is that God sees all addictions the same: competition to Him and imposter solutions for something He can only truly provide.