As Christians, many of us view our careers as a sacred and purposeful journey that extends beyond the daily routine.
In an economy often characterised by overconsumption, waste and fast fashion, the push for sustainability is not always popular.
By: Brian Harris I’ve always viewed experience as an advantage. When you’ve gone through something a few times you pick up insights along the way, and learn what to embrace and what to avoid. If you keep making the same mistakes you have only yourself to blame, so other than experience meaning we are a [...]
“While the central forecast is for CPI inflation to continue to decline, progress looks to be slower than earlier expected.”
There are certain milestones in our business that when reached tempt us to think that we have arrived. The day you get investor funding, pay off a sizable business loan from a bank, accumulate a strong social media following or sign-up a big client, can all feel like momentous achievements. But the reality is they are only the beginning, the climb is up ahead.
Peter Irvine, Executive Coach for Business On Purpose, unpacks why business must be seen as a journey and not a destination.
In 2000, Starbucks was one of the most recognisable brands in the world when Howard Schultz stepped down as CEO. Eight years later Schultz returned to a company suffering from the GFC and its own poor financial decision making.
What is the role of wealth creation in transforming our world? We know that Jesus said this is one of the things at the heart of what it means to be a Christian. We have to have our financial priorities in place. But how do we actually go about creating wealth?
Kingdom Women Entrepreneurs is an organisation that empowers Christian women for business and equips them to pursue their dreams.
Going solo without any support can be one of the worst things you can do in business. Overstretching yourself can be one of the easiest traps to fall into, making it more challenging to scale your business.
Business financial adviser Alex Cook will expand on 5 reasons why even the best at business need good advice.
Your most valuable resource during a crisis is wisdom. Wisdom is needed to make those critical decisions about cash flow.
During a recession or crisis, customers and cash flow are vital. Use wisdom to make cash flow management your competitive advantage.
Striving for simplicity does not mean you need to ignore the complex realities of life, but rather aim to make things as simple as possible.
In life, leaders take many forms. From those who influence us daily to sporting coaches, mentors and political leaders. Leadership theory and practices have changed over time.
There is nothing ordinary about momentum. Like a river that quietly flows then in a moment suddenly turns into a cascading waterfall, momentum can be perplexing but is as vital to business as air is to keep humans alive.
With it, your business will grow and be able to surge ahead no matter what threats are on the terrain. Without it, your business will at best stagnate or worse, fail as there is no strength and stamina to withstand setbacks.
This must be a rite of passage that almost everyone goes through at some point: to be stuck in a job you don’t like.
“Banks deny that religious beliefs are a factor, but their excuses for closures never add up.”
Tel Aviv’s light rail starts running, big plans for mostly Arab East Jerusalem.
Have you struggled to adapt to the constantly changing world we find ourselves living in? We’ve all felt the sting of Covid over the past few years. But we can’t let uncertainty and confusion rule.
Outcry in strongly Catholic country over absence of famous statue of Christ.
More than any other time of history, we have trust issues. As our era has seen so many of the institutions that once stood as societal backbones crumble beneath scandals, lies and alternative facts, the value of trustworthiness has skyrocketed in its scarcity.
Not everyone is called to full-time pastoral ministry but every one of Christ’s followers are called to become disciple-makers. That means we are called to live in the world and to seek and save the lost.
Whether it’s a business, church or club we should not neglect the fact that we are all part of a family somewhere. But how can you express love towards staff, clients, advisors, suppliers and even your competitors?
“We believe we’re just at the beginning of what God wants to do through YouVersion.”
“We bring our five loaves and two fish. God handles the rest.”
“The forces of BDS are running out of plaintiffs, and their legal arguments have proven lacking.”
Starting your own business is not for the faint of heart. Working with incredible clients and getting paid to do what you love is great, but it’s not always rainbows and sunshine.