The Chief Steward Officer Blog

Thinking Like a Joint-heir

How did you react the last time someone complimented you? Think back. Did you receive it cheerfully? Did you say, “Thank You?” Most people find that accepting compliments is surprisingly uncomfortable. In fact, this is such an awkward event for many that...

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The Importance of Routines

There exists a certain perception, indeed... a romanticism, that is associated with spontaneity, living life in the moment, and going where the wind takes you. “Live life to the fullest! Be free!” Certainly, there are areas in your life where all these have their benefits. When we...

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What is the Kingdom? [A Chief Steward Officer Perspective]

We believe that the primary goal of the Chief Steward Officer is to advance the kingdom of God. But what exactly is the kingdom of God, and how will we know if we are achieving our purpose? For this, we can turn to scripture for guidance.

 

And when he was demanded of the Pharisees, when the...

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Five Things to Remember When Business Has You Worried

Business can be brutal. Jerry McGuire once described business as an ‘up at dawn, pride swallowing siege’ that he would never tell you about.


Business will act as a magnifying glass that exaggerates and distorts; it exaggerates the potential of every win; it distorts the gravity of...
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What to do with Your God-Given Idea: From Dream to Reality

What do you do when you have a dream or idea that you know God has put on your heart? It's something that you just can't shake. You've tried to push it aside, and you can't get it out of your mind.

 

When you know that God has told you to go do something, it won't always make rational...

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Don't Quit Your Day Job

"Bootstrapping your business is difficult, but not impossible"

 

Some of the most brilliant ideas are born while driving on a long road trip, cutting grass or taking a shower. Although these are very different tasks they all share the commonality of silence. A moment when your brain is free...

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