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February 16, 2020
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Craig Hill • Social Entrepreneurship
Rabbi Daniel Lapin in his book Thou Shall Prosper: Ten Commandments for Making Money describes ten principles that he believes have empowered Jewish people to prosper in business throughout the centuries. In reading Rabbi Lapin's book, he confirmed many things that I inherently believed but had never expressed verbally.
Craig Hill • Entrepreneurship
Rabbi Daniel Lapin in his book Thou Shall Prosper: Ten Commandments for Making Money describes ten principles that he believes have empowered Jewish people to prosper in business throughout the centuries. In reading Rabbi Lapin's book, he confirmed many things that I inherently believed but had never expressed verbally.
Sam Caster • Social Entrepreneurship
The secular business world actually has created its own name for this type of world-changing model. It's called, social entrepreneurship, and according to Harvard Business Review, it will become the most powerful, profitable, and purposeful business strategy of the 21st century. Social entrepreneurship combines the innovative technology and cash flow of a for-profit entity with the heart and mission of the not-for-profit industry to provide a new model for sustainable change to the world's biggest problems. Social entrepreneurship has become the most sought after curriculum in business schools worldwide as an entire generation of young people are demanding new business strategies for making their life's work account for more than just making money.
Os Hillman • Social Entrepreneurship
A social entrepreneur is a change agent combining the for-profit business and non-profit worlds to bring social change. A key to the ultimate success of social entrepreneurship is the creation of an innovative new technology for helping with an existing global problem. Mannatech is an example of such a company.
Os Hillman • Entrepreneurship
Whenever you simply say the name "network marketing" in conjunction with a product there is a strong reaction, either very negative or positive. There is no middle ground. Countless people have had a bad experience. However, in this article I want to help you understand that network marketing as a business model is not the issue; it is the people who are affected by a mammon spirit and deceit that takes a person down the wrong road.
John Mulford & Ken Eldred • General
The thesis of this article is that Kingdom entrepreneurs represent an engine that can transform a nation from one of self-centered individuals to one of other-centered people who love God and each other. A transformed society is characterized by love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control (Gal 5:22); whereas an untransformed society is subject to sexual immorality, impurity and debauchery, idolatry and witchcraft, hatred, discord, jealousy, fits of rage, selfish ambition, dissensions, factions and envy, drunkenness, orgies, and the like (Gal 5:19-21).
Kent Humphreys • The Faith at Work Movement
We gathered in the empty restaurant on a Monday morning in Hong Kong. The restaurant would open later for business, but now was hosting a special group of key Asian leaders. There around the table were twelve Chinese small business owners. This is one of several groups that meet each week in a carefully orchestrated strategic ministry. The leader is a mature believer. He is supported by the ministry's director who is a skilled facilitator and by another very successful business leader who co leads the group. Both are in attendance but play a minor role on this day. The setting was not that much different than we see in groups all over the U. S. in multiple workplace ministries. These leaders look different, speak another language, and come from a different culture. However, their hearts are the same as we see all over the world.
Steve Marr • General
One of the most difficult decisions a business leader must make is what to do when you hit that proverbial stonewall. Do we pound on the wall until we breakthrough, or do we quit?
Steve Marr • General
When starting up a new business, or making a large capital investment, carefully determine your actual needs before placing an order. The apostle Paul wrote, "My God shall supply all your needs according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus" (Philippians 4:19, NASB), but often we confuse our wants and desires with true needs, a mistake that can sink a business, regardless of how long it's been around.
Dennis Peacocke • Adversity
Ultimately, managing our "business" is about managing ourselves, whether or not we actually own or oversee our place of employment. As we have all been told before, true freedom begins in godly self-government. While we cannot control many factors in life and in our external environment, we can control our reactions to them. In uncertain times like these it is wise to re-ground ourselves in these kind of "basics." Indeed, under pressure, the basics of truth that we know and have practised are what help to stabilize us and all those we influence. It therefore behooves us in both our personal and professional lives to be very clear on the truths upon which we rest our lives, our families, and our fortunes.



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