Business His Way

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Xulon Press, 2009 - Religion - 168 pages
Yes, you can build and run a successful business without losing your soul at the end of the day! This is what Ibukun sets out to prove in this book, as she examines different business-related issues - ranging from the start-up stage to the daily running of a business concern - all in relation with the Word of God. With copious reference to the Holy Bible and contemporary instances, she posits that it is very possible - even in "these days" - for someone to do business in conformity with God's precepts and still succeed at it. She also shares some time-tested principles and ethical values for a lasting business success. IBUKUN AWOSIKA is an accomplished entrepreneur and an ordained pastor at The Fountain of Life Church. She is the Founder of Christian Missionary Funds, a non-governmental body whose main objective is to support and raise funds for Christian missionaries in different parts of Nigeria. She is the host of a popular TV programme, Business His Way, where she shares ethical business values and principles, distilled from the Word of God, with the business community in Nigeria and neighbouring West African countries. She is the happy wife of Abiodun Awosika and the joyous mother of Oludola, Olafusika, and Olamiposi.

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Do you intend going into business?
Are you caught up between your job and starting your own business?
Do you have fears that have stopped you from stepping out?
Is your business dying?
Maybe you already have a business and you want to scale up.
Or you probably want to know what God says about running a business and how to successfully run your business without losing your life or soul.
Then you should get this book.
I like the chapter on partnerships. Insightful!
I advise you to read it!
Patrick IP Abadom | Editor & Copyriter


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