In the lifespan of every business, the CEO must periodically ask four hard questions that at times may provide some unpleasant or surprising answers. Those questions include:
Continually asking yourself these questions - and then being willing to answer them honestly - will keep your organization from becoming stagnant and left behind in the marketplace.
So it is that I have come to a crossroads in my business/ministry. I have had to ask myself these hard questions and some of the answers that came back were not what I expected. Further, through the process of prayer and being willing to listen to God's answers to these questions for me, it has helped me get very clear about the next season of my life and what I'm going to commit my time to. He has been turning my heart in another direction for some time and I'm finally ready to fully respond.
In a very short amount of time I will be revamping this web site in order to connect with and serve a different audience than the one I've been creating resources for over the past several years.
Of course one thing that's not going to change is my passionate focus on equipping people to maximize their potential in business. This includes our youth, which I'm very excited about our upcoming Inc. My Dream Youth Social Entrepreneurship Camp in July. I'm also excited about the partnership I have with Greater Works Vocational Discipleship Program where we are helping at-risk youth and ex-offenders gain employment through a pre-employment job training process.
Change is a good thing and I'm very much looking forward to this next season. Just remember the wisdom of this quote when it's time for you to change something significant: "Change is inevitable, but growth is optional."
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