• A lot of Business Knowledge comes from the Bible (part 5):
    • Decision-making (Proverbs 19:20-21): Improve your decision-making skills, considering both short-term and long-term consequences.
    • Resourcefulness (1 Kings 17:8-16): Develop resourcefulness, finding creative ways to use available resources and overcome challenges.
    • Empowerment (Matthew 28:18-20): Empower others, equipping them with the skills and resources needed to succeed.
    • Diligence (Proverbs 12:24): Encourage diligence and attention to detail, ensuring high-quality work and outcomes.
    • Boundaries (Proverbs 4:23): Establish healthy boundaries to maintain balance and focus on what truly matters.
    • Resilience (Genesis 50:20): Foster resilience in the face of adversity, using challenges as opportunities for growth and learning.
    • Transparency (2 Corinthians 1:12): Promote transparency, ensuring open and honest communication with stakeholders.
    • Self-motivation (Colossians 3:23): Encourage self-motivation and personal drive, inspiring your team members to take ownership of their work.
    • Pragmatism (Proverbs 22:3): Adopt a pragmatic approach to problem-solving, focusing on practical and effective solutions.
    • Active listening (James 1:19): Practice active listening, giving full attention to others when they speak and seeking to understand their perspective.

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