Updated: Oct 14
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had to “restart” my business. One day things are going great, there’s momentum, the vision is clear, we´re making money.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had to “restart” my business. One day things are going great, there’s momentum, the vision is clear, everyone’s on board, we’re making money.
Then, bad news.
Bad news has come in many forms. For me, it happened each time a partner of mine left the company. It also happened when I lost my biggest client. The latest one happened in November when I dropped the nightlife from my service list and the accountant told me I had a couple of weeks of survival before it was all over.
We’ve all had set backs in our business. We have good days and bad days. But sometimes we get news so big that it rocks the entire foundation of your business, your plans for the future, and ultimately, your identity as an entrepreneur. We feel depressed, lonely, like a failure, like the dream is over.
I’ve been there, and its likely I will be there again.
But there’s good news! God has a plan, and he wants us to REBUILD! Yup! And in these next series of posts, we’ll look at the book of Niahmiah and how he was sent to REBUILD the city of Jerusalem.
Most of the time in the bible when something bad has occurred we see people going straight to God first.