I write a weekly letter to encourage fellow Christian entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs in their vocational purpose and productivity, through biblical truths and life experience.
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Despite how amazing our job may be, it will still have elements of toil. How we respond to this toil has an impact both personally, and beyond.
God calls us to work for the people we interact with just as much as the work we actually do.
No matter how hard we try, we’re never fully in control of our lives, including our vocation. How we handle this truth matters greatly.
Vacations are one of those things we know we need, but can be hesitant to take, ironically because of the work that we need a vacation from.
One of the biggest blessings I have experienced in starting my own business is needing to trust God fully, and seeing him prove himself faithful.
Working evenings is not necessarily a bad thing, but it can have a negative impact on your life if not kept in check.
How can you bring kindness into your work this week?
The most important work you can do is the work that will get you closer to your mission.
Distractions will never go away, but by understanding the cause we can minimize their negative effects.
God has a good plan and he invites us to participate with him, providing opportunities for us to use the skills and passions he gives us at the right time and place.
Where do you dwell most often? The past, the present, or the future?
Every day in business your honesty and integrity will be tested. How you respond shows the true condition of your heart.
What would it look like for you to foster a business culture that supports gleaning?
Get the most out of each week by committing to weekly planning.
As Christians, we are called to do good work, even if it is unexciting, unseen, or unappreciated.
You have probably written a to-do list more than once in your life, but how about a to-don't list?
Why do we fear failure so much? Could it be that our view of others opinion is too great and our trust in God is too small?
With 2017 still young, I encourage you to do a year plan. It has been one of the best ways to take a step back and see the big picture of where I am and what God is doing in my life.
If I had to give a fellow believer one piece of advice for work, it would be this – read your bible and pray before starting work every morning.
My goal is to encourage fellow Christian entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs in their vocational purpose and productivity, based on biblical truths and life experience.
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