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The Truth About Love in Business


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The truth about love … in business.

Jesus is love.

Lasting relationships require love.

Business is built on relationships.

Strong businesses reflect love.


The Word says people will know disciples of Christ by our love.

By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another. John 13:25

This observation is true in life and business too.


In business, Love looks like:

1. Programs, products, and services that actually make things better.

2. Quality control in operations and logistics that ensure excellence, every time.

3. Client experiences that go above and beyond what is promised or expected.

4. Hiring practices that are thoughtful, clear, and direct.

5. Disciplinary actions that are fair, transparent, and predictable.

6. Payments made as promised and on time.

7. Communications, messaging, and branding elements that are truthful and transparent.

8. Business thinking that creates & nurtures corporate cultures that acknowledge, award, and promote the respect of diverse ideas, diverse perspectives, and diverse people.

Successful businesses positioned to generate wealth for the long run are built on these elements and more, which are all representative of Christ-centered love.

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2 Responses to “The Truth About Love in Business

  • Diverse ideas can often times create amazing things! A good thing to keep in mind.

  • Paying your employees on time is so important imo! I used to work for a restaurant in high school and the guy never paid his staff on time which resulted in them quitting, therefore he never had a dependable staff and his business suffered because no one had the drive to do well at their job.

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