When I talk about a missional business, I’m not talking about a Christian business, non-profit or missionary work. I’m talking about a business that wants to go from good to great. A business that wants to grow from success to significance. Businesses that impact their employees, their customers and their community for the good usually have these essential elements nailed down.
I have a friend that says, “Networking is the key to life.” I’d have to agree. Some might shy away of being intentional with networking due the time it takes to see it pay off. Today we talk about how to get the most out of networking, by connecting on purpose.
Recently one of my children lied. Like an enemy combatant under interrogation, my child played this game of “how little can I give up.” If you’ve ever caught a child in a lie, you know it’s very obvious. I tried everything short of waterboarding and my child was not budging (the CIA would be proud). It was this exchange that made me think of poop.
We’ve covered your foundational investments and medium-risk investments, it’s time to talk about the alluring world of high-risk investments. Triple-digit returns are alluring. The rewards often encourage us to push past our fears. However, if we risk too much in this arena we could lose it all.
Managing your money better puts you in a position to give more and do more in the future. I think most people rush to invest in these 3 investments before setting a foundation. I’d love to know if you agree.
When Chick-fil-A announced some changes to their giving a lot of people got upset. I wanted to process this information in a way where I could have a family discussion and not jump on any social media bandwagon. Here’s how I evaluated CFA’s changes.
In my speaking to entrepreneurs across the country about money, I find that most are missing a basic foundation. Today I want to talk about a simple strategy that can give you a foundation to work from in the future and hopefully allow you to consider future opportunities.