Good Fighting in Business Partnerships – Part 5: Fight to Go First

How can we develop the habit of always being the partner that will swallow their pride, look in the mirror, and be the first to bring the peace?

Good Fighting in Business Partnerships – Part 4: Fight the Man in the Mirror

Business partnership problems are created by both partners, but, with God’s help, so are the solutions.

Good Fighting in Business Partnerships – Part 3: Fight Right

How can we have conflicting talks that build up and not tear down?

Good Fighting in Business Partnerships – Part 2: Fighting for Fairness

We naturally think an eye for an eye, good for good and bad for bad...but that's not what Godpreneurs in partnerships do.

Good Fighting in Business Partnerships – Part 1: Fighting for Control

Here's the solution for us Godpreneurs: we need to give up the role of “overbearing boss”.

Finding Purpose In Your Business Partnership: Part 7 – How to Create a Vision...

Envisioning our ideal business partnership and God’s purpose for it can also fuel us to become all He intended for us and our business.

Finding Purpose In Your Business Partnership: Part 5 – Fix Your Partnership Differences, Or...

Two pieces of iron hitting each other doesn't happen without friction, collision, pain, and sparks flying everywhere

Finding Purpose In Your Business Partnership: Part 4 – How God Confirms His Purpose...

God will never instruct you to do something in your business contrary to the Bible.

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