• Do you show respect to all colleagues?

    18 Jan 2019 | 12:00 am

    Scripture teaches "that you esteem them very highly in love because of their work" (1 Thessalonians 5:13 NASB). From the executive suite to the night cleaning crew, all workers need and deserve respect. Walk around the office, shop floor, or[…]

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Jul 10
2003

Treat Your Family Like Your Best Customer

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Business owners and leaders sometimes struggle to balance the needs of work and family. The demands of the job can seem overwhelming, but you can keep your priorities in balance if you will treat your family the same way you treat your best customer. At the end of the day-and from an eternal perspective-which is more important, a customer or your family?

Jul 10
2003

Make That Sale

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Every day, Wilma connected with customers and made sales, while Brad usually left the customers' office empty handed. Each sold the same product and each had a great prospect list, but the difference was in how Wilma was able to connect with each customer.  All salespeople need to understand this basic reality: you have a very short time to connect with your prospect.  Within this reality, there are several important principles to always remember:

Jul 10
2003

Strategic Partnerships

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In today's complex business environment, relationships between customers and suppliers are ever changing. Outsourcing has become more prevalent as businesses seek to control costs, but effective outsourcing often requires a company to train its vendors to ensure quality of service and on-time delivery. When outsourcing is handled well, both the buyer and seller benefit.

Jul 09
2003

America's Borrowing Binge-what is the long-term cost?

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In 1985, the U.S. became a debtor nation, owing other nations more than they owe to us. Since that time, we have continued to borrow even more,and early this year our national debt reached 25% of our Gross National Product. If this trend continues, the debt will grow to 40% of the GNPin 2007 and to over 60% by the end of the decade!

Jul 07
2003

Biblical Discipline and Dismissal

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Firing an employee is one of the more gut-wrenching, painful, and distasteful management tasks. However, by embracing a biblical model for managing employee performance, you can reduce the number of terminations and ensure that every dismissal is necessary.