There seems to be a stigma with becoming a pastor. You're going to be poor and just have to deal with it since you're doing God's work. Well Jon Sander and Les Hughes of Entrepastors are here to tell you that is not the case! Both being pastors themselves, they found money to be an issue and decided to run their own small businesses to help pay the bills! This is against no commandment or law that God gives us and we think all pastors should adopt some sort of strategy to help themselves if they're not making ends meet. Listen in as to why pastors can be entrepreneurs too!
Customer service is often looked at as a job that isn't that important. When Roger Woolsey is taking care of heart surgeons, professional athletes, and famous musicians, customer service is everything! Roger Woolsey is the founder of Million Air, one of the premier FBO companies in the world today. In this podcast we learn about Roger's story and how he continues to strive to make every experience his customers have the best one yet!
What is IronDeep? We have rebranded and recently created a new company, IronDeep LLC! We are on a mission to empower and create opportunities for middle-aged business leaders to radically encounter God in all aspects of life. On this episode of the podcast, Brett in turn is the interviewee and we learn about IronDeep, who it's for, and what sets it apart from other mastermind groups or small groups!
A lot of people ask themselves how they're supposed to balance their business and their family? Both take up so much time, so much effort, and both are extremely hard to have both be successful without one suffering from the other. Robert and Kay Fukui of Power couple by Design joined me on the podcast this week to share how you and your spouse can successfully run a business while also having a great household! This episode is all about how to balance family and business!
Have you ever thought about what your true values are? About what kind of legacy you're leaving behind for your kids and wife? Clint Wetherill and I discuss these questions and what it really means to have an eternal mindset and not one focused on worldly things. Are you leaving behind money and items for your kids, or are you leaving behind lessons, knowledge, and a love for God?