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

Jesus clearly imparted to all of His disciples: You cannot follow me into the future if you are holding on to your past.

Rich Clients are a Pain in My Brand

Weak entrepreneurs may insist on status, formality, and appearances, but God sees us for what we are.

Finding My Calling in Business: Part 1 – A Crisis Solved

God wants entrepreneurs to make a difference in the business world through their unique gifts.

I Know My Calling, But I’m Stuck: Part 2 – Fearlessly Attack the Marketplace

Was it the rock that won the battle? No. It was the lack of fear to go after his calling.

Thinking About Giving Up as an Entrepreneur? Read this.

God may change your direction but He will not abandon you. If you persist, you will discover the entrepreneurial purpose He has designed for your life

Finding My Calling in Business: Part 4 – Why Knowing Your Calling Is Important

When we are faithful to the entrepreneurial callings God has placed upon our lives, we will experience meaning, significance, and wholeness in our business. If our priorities are messed up, we will not.

Failed in a Business Venture? Here’s Why You Need to Try Again

Entrepreneurship hurts—but it is well worth the pain and sacrifice

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!

Finding Your Purpose in Business: Step 1 – Hearing from God

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Proper Ambition in Business: Part 1 – Good and Bad Ambition

When we create a business out of a motivation to make a name for ourselves, we are attempting to rob God's glory that is rightfully His.

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