Chris Craft has written a new article at CraftWrites.com on what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur. The article breaks down 24 entrepreneur must-dos into five categories: DREAM, STUDY, PLAN, EXECUTE, and RECHARGE
Craft defines “successful” from the lens of a Christian worldview, which gives an eternal perspective to business ownership. Here’s an excerpt:
Allow me to define “success” in the context of this article. I make no secret of my Christian worldview. Success to me is something that yields relational and eternal results. It’s about more than earthly gain and the bottom line. A successful entrepreneur is a servant who gives his or her best to the client/customer, team member(s), partner(s), stakeholders, Church, and/or the world in general. A successful entrepreneur doesn’t stoop to immorality in his or her business for ill-gotten gain. A successful entrepreneur impacts lives, so that whom they serve are in a better place after they’re engaged with them. And they always consider what will be revealed about their business at the end of this Age. Nothing will be kept secret.
Read the entire article here: http://craftwrites.com/blog/24-things-successful-entrepreneurs-well/