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  • Seeing God in the Day-to-Day Operations of a Business

    But after the mountains, the ordinary plain time still comes, and we're back in operation mode. The result is that this "in-between" time is spent either daydreaming about the next mountain or building operation to avoid failure. God is the God of the day-to-day ownership and operation of your business.

  • Seeing God in the Day-to-Day Operations of a Business

    But after the mountains, the ordinary plain time still comes, and we're back in operation mode. The result is that this "in-between" time is spent either daydreaming about the next mountain or building operation to avoid failure. God is the God of the day-to-day ownership and operation of your business.

  • The 19 Rules of Money Management for Christian Entrepreneurs – Rule 16: Our Businesses Support Our C

    "Honor the Lord with thy substance, and with the first fruits of all thine increase: So shall thy barns be filled with plenty, and thy presses shall burst out with new wine." (Proverbs 3:9-10) When you tithe, you are showing God that we have our priorities straight in our finances.  You are letting Him that you and your business are committed to keeping the lights on at HIS place of worship – your church.  What God uses your business supports your church. The reason I bring up the tithe as a “membership fee” is so that you would possibly think differently about it.  You’ve probably heard the pastor at your church give all the various verses of tithing, but maybe nobody’s ever put it to you in this way. Personally, if I want to make a change of habit in my life, I have to think differently than I did before to jolt my brain into a new pattern. The same way we put aside money to pay for critical things like rent, cell phone, and car, we need to plan for the tithe in our financial budget. It should be a line item expense that we can’t operate our business without paying. Godpreneur Money Rule #16: Godpreneurs honor God’s plan and purpose for tithing. We allow God to use our business to support our church and it’s growth. #BusinessBibleStudy #ShareYourTestimony #BecomeDisciplined The 19 Rules of Money Management for Christian Entrepreneurs This course will help you develop a better sense of money management God’s way. Heard of the Godpreneur Academy? Grow Your Business, God’s Way! Bible-Based Video Courses for Entrepreneurs Putting God First In their Businesses Click here to create a Free Account

  • Good Customer Service Starts with A Good Service

    One of the biggest mistakes I made as an entrepreneur was not staying involved in the quality of the product my employees were producing.  The saying “nobody can do it better than you” is true!!  Instead of handing it over to someone and walking away to sell more, I should have stayed involved. But then…who was going to do the other 100 tasks that need to get done while I was growing my business? As entrepreneurs, we were almost every hat in the business. We are the baker, the banker, the broker, the bill collector, the cook, the accountant, the hr department, all wrapped up into one person. And that’s great because you need an understanding of everything. But the most important thing you are is the engineer of the one product or service that sets you apart. In Proverbs 27 verse 23-27 we read Know the state of your flocks, and put your heart into caring for your herds, for riches don’t last forever, and the crown might not be passed to the next generation. After the hay is harvested and the new crop appears and the mountain grasses are gathered in, your sheep will provide wool for clothing, and your goats will provide the price of a field. And you will have enough goats’ milk for yourself, your family, and your servant girls. At first we think this is taking about your employees, and caring for them.  Metaphorically, you are correct.  But while that is true also, and Proverbs talks about caring for employees, this proverb literally is talking about the service or product you produce. These were farm owners, and their products (herds of sheep and goat) are what bring in the money.  As a farmer, if you didn’t tend to your product, you weren’t eating that winter…period. The same goes for us entrepreneurs.  The most important asset we have is the product or service we produce.  That’s the money maker.  And always tending to it comes before, during, and after everything else in the business. Godpreneur Rule #30:  Godpreneurs always know the state of the product they produce. #MarketingMyServices

  • Don’t Know the Next Step for your Company? HOLD TIGHT!

    When we abide under the pressures of vision, sales, marketing, operations, finances, human resources, and all of the other hats we wear with complete reliance on the Lord for His strength and perspective, we come out of the process looking more like our Savior!

  • In God, We Entrepreneurs Trust: Part 5 – How to Trust When We Can’t Trust

    Others suggested that I needed to shut down my operations. I took his advice, but the letters kept coming, and I kept getting more and more afraid that I’d be bankrupt and be forced to shut down my operations.

  • Why Entrepreneurs are Fat

    Its time that you stop being the boss, hand that over to an operations person, and you go back to making cakes.

  • Opportunity Is All Around You – Are You Around?

    Sometimes I wish I worked for a big advertising agency where leads were handed to me, the operations was already a well-oiled machine that others manage, and I just had to come in with the big idea, say a few words, drop the microphone, and be on with my day.

  • Jesus’ 8 Steps to Achieving Greatness in Business – Step 2: We Need Hurt

    That little tweak in your operations can make a million-dollar difference and can change the trajectory of business moving forward. What kind of changes would that bring about in our daily operations or the products and services we are currently offering?

  • Overcoming Busyness in Business: Strategy 3 – Find Perspective

    I’m in charge of finances, sales, marketing and operations

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