• 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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Nov 10

Creating an Honest Business Culture

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The Bible offers guidance on how to establish and maintain integrity

Nov 09

Katrina Will Herald a Major Change

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The destruction caused by Hurricane Katrina, creating destruction zone the size of Iowa, Through Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama will cause a fundamental long tern change for the region and society.

Nov 05

Managing Diverse Gifts Effectively

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Tom managed a large sporting goods store that carried a wide selection of merchandise ranging from fishing equipment to tents. All twelve employees were assigned the same tasks: arranging merchandise, assisting customers, receiving shipments, and running the cash register. Tom made little distinction between tasks assigned to each person.


Sep 30

Developing Customer Loyalty: A Key to Growth

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True customer loyalty is perhaps the greatest asset a company can develop. Loyal customers provide repeat business and-equally important-referrals of new customers. Word-of-mouth advertising may be one of the oldest and most effective methods of developing new customers.

Jul 09

Separating Strategic Planning from Operational Issues

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A key challenge for business leaders is avoiding the temptation to become mired in operational details at the expense of addressing key strategic or planning issues. The first step is to realize that strategy issues are inherently different from operational issues. We can derive an important principle from the apostle Paul, who wrote, "We are no longer to be children, tossed here and there by the waves, and carried about by every wind and doctrine" (Ephesians 4:14, nasb). In business, if we focus too much on day-to-day operations, in effect we become tossed about like a boat in a storm.