In this session, J.D. talks about how to be content with what we have and the importance of never making work an idol.
In this session, J.D. focuses on the difference between ownership and stewardship and why knowing the difference as a Christian is crucial.
Entrepreneurship can be both a taxing and a rewarding experience for many people. Working for yourself and seeing your dreams come alive is one of the greatest joys for business owners, and God is using faithdriven entrepreneurs to bring about his kingdom on Earth as it is in heaven.
Some of the pandemic habits we’ve acquired are good to keep — washing hands! Cooking more! — but there’s one holdover from 2020 we could all use a lot less of: procrastinating. It takes many forms, and none are easy to shake.
What comes next for work? Thanks to technology, we are returning to a new normal faster than most anyone would have predicted. Will things ever return to what was normal just 18 months ago?
Choosing and implementing marketing technology can be an overwhelming process. There are thousands of martech solutions on the market, making it challenging to determine which ones your business should invest in (and perhaps more importantly, which it shouldn’t). Without a strategic marketing plan or experienced leader, marketing technology decisions can be daunting. Too often, businesses end up committing random acts of marketing in their technology decisions.
Selecting the right customer relationship management (CRM) platform for your business is a decision that should not be taken lightly. Your CRM has the power to make or break how well your organization functions as a whole.
While plenty of companies have successfully made the change from on-site workers to a team of remote employees, in many cases the processes for onboarding hasn’t adapted in a way that streamlines the process for virtual onboarding. Read on to learn more about recent changes in the U.S. workforce, plus helpful strategies to better onboard new hires.
Bouldering has taught me a second lesson which goes hand in hand with a growth mindset, and it is this: sometimes the missing ingredient of success isn’t pushing harder, it’s trying something differently. It’s changing your “beta.”
Running your own business or practice puts you face to face with yourself and your mindsets. By this I’m including your attitudes, tendencies, preferences, entitlements, and excuses. Business is a crucible through which you find out what you are made of and really believe about yourself, others, and your relationship to the world. Sometimes we take a look inside and we don’t find what we expect or want. When that happens, we can either face that reality and lean into our own transformation, or deny what the mirror is telling us and keep pedaling our own preferred, constructed version of reality.