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  • Finding Purpose In Your Business Partnership: Part 3 – Purposed-Focused Business Partnerships

    My mind immediately starts to doubt the partnership with this employee. The outcome of your partnerships begins with your mindset. That’s how you triumph in victory in every business partnership. God’s power and purpose for our business partnerships are magnificent. Take a moment to ask yourself: Do I live problem-focused or purpose-focused in my business partnership?

  • Making Business Partnerships Great: Part 1 – Expectations

    As we enter into business partnerships, we have dozens of unspoken expectations for the small, seemingly incidental details of business together (e.g., who cleans the bathroom?) We all WANT great partnerships, and most of us are willing to put in the work to make it right, especially since our lively hood and financial stability is at stake. If we can all become aware that our expectations could be trip wires, and if we can train our minds to react as Christ would in a business partnership, we could be one step closer to experiencing great business partnerships. #BusinessPartnerships #BusinessBibleStudy Finding Purpose In Your Business Partnership You and your business partner are unique individuals and God is creative in the way He wants to use both of your gifts together.

  • Business Partnerships Are Hard: Part 2 – Dealing with Selfishness

    The business partnerships I’ve been in were hard because it involved two selfish people trying to build something together. My partnerships became especially harder the closer I drew to God. It’s not that we need to be less selfish in our business partnerships, it’s that we need Jesus more in our own lives. We Godpreneurs can triumph on our partnerships even when the other partner isn’t showing the same level of Christ-like behavior. Finding Purpose In Your Business Partnership Instead of reading the blog posts, take the video course! 

  • Making Business Partnerships Great: Part 1 – Expectations

    As we enter into business partnerships, we have dozens of unspoken expectations for the small, seemingly incidental details of business together (e.g., who cleans the bathroom?) We all WANT great partnerships, and most of us are willing to put in the work to make it right, especially since our lively hood and financial stability is at stake. If we can all become aware that our expectations could be trip wires, and if we can train our minds to react as Christ would in a business partnership, we could be one step closer to experiencing great business partnerships. #ephesians #philippians Finding Purpose In Your Business Partnership You and your business partner are unique individuals and God is creative in the way He wants to use both of your gifts together.

  • How to Break a Bad Partnership

    As entrepreneurs, the idea of partnerships and investor money sounds so great to us.  But what happens when the excitement of the beginning partnership fades away and people start being real.  Now I wait on God for pretty much everything and every partnership opportunity in my business.  You might be in a bad partnership.  Godpreneur Rule #67: Patiently wait on God for your partnerships and He will give you results greater than you could have done on your own.

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

    Every business partnership experiences conflict, but for problems to get resolved, someone has to be willing to go first in bringing the peace. It’s a death cycle that kills business partnerships and takes down the whole company with it. We must stop the cycle and keep the ship moving towards the purpose of the business partnership in the first place. If our business partnerships need help, let’s not work on changing our partners. Instead, by God’s grace, we must consider what we can do to move our business partnerships in a positive direction.

  • Fixing Business Partnerships Gone Wrong – Step 1: Back to Basics

    In 2005 I formed a 3-way partnership with two of my really good friends.  You can probably fill in the story from here based on your experience in partnerships.  So what happens when partnerships go bad?  What I’ve discovered over repeated failed and successful partnerships is a key to cracking the partnership code.  This is true for your partnerships too!

  • Your Business Partnership Could Be a Testimony to Others

    I know business partnerships are messy. But I can’t help to be envious of some partnerships out there. My partnership was far from perfect. Allow the partnership to be a blessing to other partners out there. We don’t have to be business partnership “experts” to do this.

  • Fixing Business Partnerships Gone Wrong – Step 7: Evaluate The Unsaid Promises

    When I got into my first business partnership we didn’t exchange vows or perform any ritualistic ceremony.  We got to keep doing those things. we’ll keep one partnership: I don’t know what it’s like to be in two partnerships at the same time.  Second, we share equally in the work, success and failure. the partnership is my 2nd or 3rd priority:  after your relationship with God, the partnership with your spouse is next.  Consider each of these promises as you work through the issues of your partnership.  Each represent areas of potential growth in the business partnership if you can master them.

  • Fixing Business Partnerships Gone Wrong – Step 3: Let It Go

    In 2008, just 3 years after starting my partnership, I began my spiritual revolution.  Sometimes in partnerships we’re put into situations where one person is a believer and the other isn’t.  In fact, God wants you to get deeper into the business partnership, but He wants it done out of sacrifice to Him. The relational problems that arise from my business partnerships used to deeply trouble me until I wrapped my head around the concept of sacrificing everything I used to think in order to think like Jesus would.  Let love shine through from God to your business, your partnership, your clients, your services, and your employees.

  • Business Partnerships Are Hard: Part 1 – Saying I’m Sorry

    The business partnerships I’ve been in are hard. I’m a Godpreneur in various business Partnerships with other Christians and non-Christians. Being in a partnership always to some degree involves each person fighting for control. We need to change our mindset entirely on this partnership dilemma. Godpreneur Rule: Godpreneurs say I’m sorry and take responsibility to grow in our partnerships.

  • The Foundation of Godpreneur Partnerships: Part 2 – God as the Source of Power

    I’m in a business partnership with another Godpreneur. I was in a partnership before where we were NOT equally yoked. How do we get the most out of a Godpreneur partnership? The same is true in your business partnerships. Pray for your partnership and for each other every day.

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