• Do you insist staff members work as a team?

    20 Sep 2019 | 12:00 am

    The Apostle Paul wrote, "Reject a factious man after the first and second warning" (Titus 3:10 NASB). Teamwork and harmony are key to business success. When an employee demonstrates a contentious spirit and torpedoes team work by causing unreasonable staff[…]

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Category >> Management
Jun 18
2007

Giving Proper Praise Is Profitable

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Mar 10
2006

Business Change in Turbulent Times

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Business leaders focus a lot of energy on the future, looking forward and planning accordingly. However, Scripture tells us that the future is at best unpredictable. King Solomon writes, "Do not boast about tomorrow, for you do not know what a day may bring forth" (Proverbs 27:1, NIV), and James writes, "How do you know what will happen tomorrow?" (James 4:14, NLT).

Jan 20
2006

Launching a New Product or Service

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Every year, an astonishing 30,000 new consumer products are launched, and 90 percent fail. This is true despite the billions of dollars spent on development, billions more spent on customer research, and untold sums spent on advertising. When looking to launch a new product, you can increase the chances that your new offering will join the select few that connect with customers by following three key steps. King Solomon wrote, “It is not good for a person to be without knowledge” (Proverbs 19:2, NASB).

Jan 06
2006

Building Your Image

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Bill and Becky operated a bakery and sandwich shop called Wholegrain Bakery. Customers lined up early each morning to purchase bagels, muffins, croissants, bread, and other goodies, but the bakery's highly profitable specialty items outstanding cakes and desserts didn't sell very well.

Mar 31
2005

Focus Energy on Opportunities

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Business leaders can tend to get dragged down fighting fires and dealing with problems at the expense of having the time and energy to pursue opportunities. These opportunities come and go- if they're missed, they will keep a business from growing. King Solomon wrote, "The wise look ahead to see what is coming, but fools deceive themselves" (Proverbs 14:8, NLT). Problems focus our attention on the past, whereas opportunities focus our actions on the future. When we make problems our focus, we may fail to take advantage of opportunities.