As a business owner, you probably have several objectives in mind, but there’s a big picture objective or destination that drives you. You might call it destiny. And we don’t use that word that often these days, but destiny is simply a place we’re trying to get to. It’s an ultimate destination.
The Savior of the World came, not marked by royalty, wealth, or “success” by typical standards, but as an unassuming baby, born in a forgotten town, of a family marked by poverty and scandal.
Read the rest of the story of His Life and Death and you might be tempted to call it a “Giant Failure.”
Improving time management starts with implementing daily habits dedicated to making an impactful change. By following these tips, you can create a sense of structure and examine where you’re spending your time to know where to make cuts that ultimately add more back to your life.
I was recently part of the Business RadioX Podcast. During the interview, we covered different topics like my R4 Planning System®, how business owners attract and keep talent in such a competitive market and how business owners track the performance of their company without getting overwhelmed. These topics will be covered in installments.
Self-discipline, which walks hand-in-hand with perseverance, is a key ingredient in the formula leading to success and happiness.
The final session wraps up the series by discussing how God wants our lives and our talents to be part of the greatest cause on earth—the Great Commission.
In this session, J.D. talks about the significance of ministry in deed and how remembering to serve others leads to living a meaningful life.
This session focused on our need to be dependent on God because we’re helpless without him in both our spiritual life and our work life.
In this session, J.D. tackles the importance of identity. J.D. reminded us that God has called us to be faithful first to him, not to success in our jobs.
In this session, J.D shows us how we should serve God through excellent work and reflect the love of Christ with those who do business with us.