• Do not invite people if you are not capable of hosting them.
  • Keep your word always even if everyone else does not.
  • A lot of business knowledge comes from the Bible (part 1):
    • Integrity (Proverbs 10:9): Uphold a strong moral character and ethical standards in all aspects of your business.
    • Hard work (Proverbs 14:23): Embrace hard work and perseverance, recognizing that success often comes from diligent effort.
    • Wisdom (Proverbs 4:7): Pursue wisdom and knowledge, seeking advice from trusted sources and learning from experience.
    • Humility (Proverbs 11:2): Practice humility, acknowledging your limitations and being open to learning from others.
    • Generosity (Proverbs 11:25): Be generous with your resources and time, supporting others and contributing to the community.
    • Fairness (Leviticus 19:35-36): Maintain fair and honest business practices, treating all stakeholders equitably.
    • Time management (Ephesians 5:15-16): Manage your time effectively, focusing on high-impact tasks and activities.
    • Adaptability (Acts 16:6-10): Be adaptable, willing to change course when necessary to achieve your goals.
    • Goal-setting (Proverbs 16:3): Set clear and achievable goals, providing direction and motivation for your team.
    • Conflict resolution (Matthew 18:15-17): Address conflicts directly and respectfully, seeking solutions that benefit all parties.

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