How many of us think, “what’s the catch?” when we see “Free.” And many business owners loath the clients who always try to get something for free (the poverty mindset). But you can give free resources and have cash flow. I have the heart of a giver but I did not know that there was
Category Archives: Personal & Spiritual Development
I remember when I did not seek God’s favor in finances. Instead, I tried to carry it all on my own. And as the head of household and a sole entrepreneur in my own company, the responsibilities became more than I could handle. “If we seek good we find favor with God.” Proverbs 11:2 NIV.
Money leaks are habits, beliefs, and external influences that impact our money over-time. We slowly spend the money without realizing the harm we are doing to our budgets. Think of a bottle or jug of water that over a period of time you noticed a puddle of water around the jug. Money leaks are the
It’s a wonder that doing less feels productive but somehow the world views it as lazy. “Less is more” is my focus for this year. I learned this principle by focusing on God. I found financial success in the middle of peace. Because God is in all aspects of our lives His principles for everyday
Distractions are often a word I hear many people laugh at and then sigh. We lose focus because the fog begins to set in obstructing our view. Many things continue to pop up that seem to be out of our control. Expenses out of the blue. More unexpected than expected. I wonder…are those things really
I have seen and felt the differences between the world’s business practices and those God is directing me to as a Kingdom business owner. I have worked for many companies. Large, small medium companies and their practices are similar. Most companies follow the formula of other corporations instead of the leading of the Holy
The wisdom of the investor’s mindset is the planting and harvesting concept. Investors know an investment needs to be productive, tended, researched, and above all time to develop. A wise investor seeks opportunities that benefit themselves as well as others for a profitable return on money. An investor is someone who gives money to another
An avid saver would say the spending mindset is a problem. The scriptures say to avoid extremes. Neither extreme is correct. “It is good to grasp the one and not let go of the other. Whoever fears God will avoid all extremes.” Ecclesiastes 7:18 NIV. The spender’s mindset should be balanced with the saver’s mindset.
In my last blog post, I spoke about the fallacy in the competition mindset. This week, I will discuss how to invite and share with others without being jilted in your business? How do you guard your gifts? I dealt with this question for many years. How do I share without giving away the farm?
Owning a business takes a special person. The worry of constantly bringing in clients or maintaining revenue levels can be a scary process. Sadly, I have noticed that sometimes other accountants will not talk to each other because they feel connecting with the same or similar industries is a waste of time. The idea of not connecting to