The Most Desirable Employee Benefits

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I was reading a great article from Harvard Business Review concerning employee benefits. I thought you might find value in this article also.

In today’s hiring market, a generous benefits package is essential for attracting and retaining top talent. According to Glassdoor’s 2015 Employment Confidence Survey, about 60% of people report that benefits and perks are a major factor in considering whether to accept a job offer. The survey also found that 80% of employees would choose additional benefits over a pay raise. Continue reading “The Most Desirable Employee Benefits”

Can Downloading an App Really Bring You Freedom?

Time freedom means having the time to move deliberately through the world. It means not stressing out and running around like crazy. Having freedom of time lets you slow down and relax, and lets you appreciate life, your environment, people around you and the world in a much deeper way.

What is Time Freedom, Like, Really?

Time freedom is the freedom to decide what you want to do with your time. You know, those 24 hours in a day. Imagine they all belong to you, every day. And no one, especially not your boss, tells you how much time to devote to something. You’re the only one deciding.

Watch this short video, then click here to check out this amazing opportunity!

Who Would Even Consider a Work from Home Business?

work_from_home_familyIf you have ever considered a better lifestyle, one that has you spending more time with your family and less time at the office or with your boss, this post will help you see that work at home businesses are a great idea and exactly why the timing is perfect.

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9 Things You Need to Let Go of For Success In 2017

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Here we are at the start of a brand new year! Before us is a blank book of 365 pages and everyday we write one page. In the end, how will your story read?  Amna Shamim wrote a great article in Entrepreneur magazine, and I wanted to share it with you.

As an entrepreneur, you are your best friend and your worst enemy. You vacillate between believing in your ability to take on the world, making it better as only you can, and doubting your worth, self-sabotaging through procrastination and unnecessary spending. You can make 2017 your best year yet, but in order to do so, you’ll need to let go of a few nasty habits.

1. Having a sense of entitlement.

Yes, you are a special snowflake with a unique combination of skills and vision, but that doesn’t mean the world owes you anything, especially as an entrepreneur. If you want success, you need to make it happen. You want a new client or your company featured in a great publication, then you’d better start hustling to make it happen.

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Imagine NEVER having to CHOOSE every weekend!

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7 Ways Pastors Should Think Like An Entrepreneur

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  1. a person who organizes and operates a business or businesses, taking on greater than normal financial risks in order to do so.
    synonyms: businessman/businesswoman, enterpriser, speculator…

I love entrepreneurial leaders. They think a little differently than everyone else. And I believe they have a special place in ministry leadership. Continue reading “7 Ways Pastors Should Think Like An Entrepreneur”

How To Remove the Barriers of Personal Development

personal-development2How do you get better at what you do? How do you improve your skill set? How do you gain more depth and wisdom as a person? How do you gain insight? How do you overcome obstacles? How do you work harder?

Answer, you must become an intentional learner.

Personal development or personal growth doesn’t just happen!

Some say all you need to do is just focus on your goals – that doesn’t guarantee personal growth. However, if you focus on personal growth, you will grow and hit your goals! Continue reading “How To Remove the Barriers of Personal Development”

From Pastor to Entrepreneur

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Every time I get a chance to talk to occupational ministers, I try to delicately pry open the idea of entrepreneurialism.

In the Old Testament, there was a dividing line between the classes. The farmers got land as an inheritance in the promised land. The priests got no land, but “the Lord himself.” They couldn’t get each other’s take. Continue reading “From Pastor to Entrepreneur”