Waiting on God in Your Business: Part 5 – Three Benefits of Waiting

When we learn how to wait in our businesses on the promises of the Lord and as we meditate on Him and His character our thoughts will begin to change from the negatives (debt, insecurity, failure) to the goodness and faithfulness of the promise keeper

Waiting on God in Your Business: Part 4 – Not Waiting Brings Bondage

Weigh carefully what hangs in the balance during your "waiting" process in business and trust God to come through for you.

Waiting on God in Your Business: Part 3 – Short-term Gain, Long-term Pain

The cure for impatience with the fulfillment of God's timetable in your business is to always make sure you're doing only what you were born to do.

Waiting on God in Your Business: Part 2 – Join the Club

It used to take months to develop a website. My coders would spend hundreds of hours on a project. Today, that same project can...

Waiting on God in Your Business: Part 1 – Holding on to a Promise

A friend called me asking me to put together a proposal for a HUGE company that needed several websites. I had a funny feel-good...

How to Finish What You Start: Part 5 – Be Ready for the Blessings

A friend of mine gave me the opportunity to work on the website of a huge publicly traded company here in South Florida. It's...

How to Finish What You Start: Part 4 – Ask and Receive

I've learned to ask for OUTCOMES in my business. God wants me to be very specific and direct when I come to him for...

How to Finish What You Start: Part 3 – Dump the “To-Do” Lists

To-do lists stress us out. Why? Because there's a zombie-like automation that we wake up with to go through the motions. Like zombies, we're walking...dead!

How to Finish What You Start: Part 2 – Forget the Past

In 2014 I fired every nightclub client I had. Subsequently, my revenue dropped 90% and I had to let all of my employees go. While...

How to Finish What You Start: Part 1 – The Secret to Not Stopping

We all begin our businesses with big hopes and dreams. We may even feel a promise from God of a complete victory, but a failure comes along and we get scared and go back to a comfortable situation, thus we find ourselves the recipient of much less.

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