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Focus Determines If We Fall or Fly

It’s a crucial fact. Consider these examples:

1. OLD TESTAMENT “FOCUS EXAMPLE” CLASSICS

Focus determined young David’s victory fly and giant Goliath’s fall, stoned. (I Samuel 17:40-49) Self was GOLIATH’s focus – I’ll give your body to the birds, as he defied Israel’s God and David. GOD was DAVID’s focus, the living God Almighty,.will deliver me. The battle is the Lord’s.

All Things Under His Feet

Have you ever had this problem?

Jesus claimed, All authority has been given to me, in heaven and on earth. (Matthew. 28:18).

But IF He really has all authority in heaven and on earth, how do you explain all the corrup­tion and evil we see going on all around us???

Has that question ever bothered you?

“Wake-up” Call To Believers In Ephesus (And Us)

Remember! Repent! Return! JESUS warns, as risen, enthroned LORD. (Revelation 2:2-5)

(2:2-3) I know your deeds, your hard work and your perseverance. I know that you cannot tolerate wicked people, that you have tested those who claim to be apostles but are not, and have found them false. You have persevered and have endured hardships for my name, and have not grown weary.
( 2:4) Yet, (These commendable actions for me are empty without you loving me with all your heart, all your soul, and all your mind. Matt. 22:37-38) I have this against you. You have left your first love.

Six successful ways to enhance business value

Companies today need to develop a high performance culture to ensure their value is market-driven, compelling to customers, differentiated, sustainable and effectively enabled for sales, resulting in revenue growth. By implementing a value-add market planning process, one can become more knowledgeable about the marketplace, customers requirements, competitors and the competitiveness of your capabilities.

The customer really does rule

Among the business lessons and rules learned over the years is that the customer really does rule. This was learned in the context of understanding that there are a finite number of sources of actual, hard cash for a business. Among the alternatives are:

Good strategy is not an accident

Strategy involves gaining continuous insights on the external market, creating innovative alternatives, developing a business design and ensuring the executability of that design by orchestrating and developing the organization’s capabilities. It is not principally about creating a document or following a planning calendar, although both play a role.