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The Three Must-haves Before Launching a Kingdom Business


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3 Must Halves in Business

Starting a kingdom business is one of the most exciting and challenging things you will do in your lifetime. The thrill of creating something and building it into your dream is something that few people get to truly enjoy. However, given the failure rate of business start-ups is so high, it is critical to plan the financial details as thoroughly and accurately as possible. The most common reason for business failure in the first few years of a business is…

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Brand Reputation

Many people prefer buying products that are made in certain countries such as Japan or Korea rather than those that are made in China. There are people who are willing to shell out hundreds and hundreds of dollars to purchase famous branded bags such as Louis Vitton or Hermes. People will queue at a certain restaurant, no matter how long it is, just to satisfy their palates. Why is this so? Consumers build their preferences not just on the value that…

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Picture of Success

Close your eyes and imagine a picture of a successful business. What do you see? High revenues and satisfied customers? How about a quickly expanding industry? Million-dollar deals? Every entrepreneur hopes and prays to see this picture and more. But while all these are fair metrics of success, a Christian business owner must look not only at his business plan but also at the Word of God to see how He defines true success. The thing is, for a Christian,…

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Income Inequality OK

In American President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address in January 2014, he stated that during the remainder of his term, he will focus on income inequality in the country. It seems peculiar that the President considers income inequality as one of the most important issue in US society rather than economic growth or employment. This proves how income inequality has become a topic that caught the obsession of the political and cultural elites in the past few years.…

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How to choose the right business goals

No successful business operates without a comprehensive list of goals that they wish to achieve each year. Business success is not measured purely in profit terms, but in the business achieving a variety of goals including sales, marketing, customer service, and ideally eternal ones. The list can be very comprehensive depending on the size of the business. Goals are also vital to adequately measure the performance of employees. As they say: “People don’t plan to fail, they fail to plan!” Goal…

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The gospel at work

In the book of Mark, Jesus said to His disciples, "Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation. He who has believed and has been baptized shall be saved; but he who has disbelieved shall be condemned.” What is the Gospel? It is the message of salvation and redemption through the life, death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ. The greatest gift that one can ever receive is the gift of salvation, this is the…

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A lesson from the ant and his money

Have you heard of Aesop's fable about the grasshopper and the ant? The grasshopper was hopping about, chirping and singing to its heart’s content one summer day when an ant passed by. It was carrying an ear of corn bigger than its size and it was on its way back to the nest. The grasshopper invited the ant to chat with him instead of working but the ant refused because it was saving up food for the winter. When winter…

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Business Success

Just like any other entrepreneur out there, Christian businessmen must work just as hard as everyone else in order to succeed. Yes, you trust God fully and seek His guidance in every step of the way. But God does require that you work diligently with passion and commitment. Being a Christian does not assure instant business success nor is it a license to be lazy and complacent. You will not achieve instant victory, not if you don’t work hard. But…

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Avoid Debt

“The rich rules over the poor, and the borrower becomes the lender’s slave.” Proverbs 22:7 The topic of debt and money management has been argued a lot at church and in the workplace, taught in seminars, and discussed in countless conversations with friends and family. People wonder how to get out of business and personal debt, how to manage finances so as not to fall into another debt, what the Bible teaches about handling money, how to save, how much to…

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Your social media skills count!

Social media has changed everyone’s lifestyle, from the way we connect to people to the way we conduct business. Whatever state of mind you may be in, chances are you’ve shared it on Face-book. Whatever delectable food you stumbled upon, you’re tempted to post a picture of it on Insta-gram. When you’re too excited and can’t wait to share something you’re passionate about, you tweet it. And if you’re job hunting or want a career change, you must be in…

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