The Heart of Business: Solomon's Wisdom for Success in Any Economy - eBook  -     By: Raymond Harris
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"God is more interested in our heart of obedience than he is in our money." Showing how this principle guided him during a crucial time of architectural work for his major client, Walmart, Raymond Harris shows that the book of Proverbs is the ultimate business book. By applying wisdom from Proverbs, Harris has sought to become an excellent business person in God's economy. He has seen biblical principles hold up over time, proving there's no better preparation for business than studying God's Word.

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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: NavPress
Publication Date: 2014
ISBN: 9781612916750
ISBN-13: 9781612916750

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Become an excellent employer while running an effective business. The Heart of Business focuses on the business wisdom found in Proverbs that is vital to personal and professional success.

Written specifically to young executives, this study is divided into four easy-to-follow sections:
  • God’s promises
  • Our responsibilities
  • Avoid these things
  • Become these things
With the timeless wisdom of Proverbs as your guide, you can become a leader who will impact your employees, the workplace, and the world for Christ.

Author Bio

Raymond H. Harris, AIA, has practiced architecture for more than thirty-five years. He graduated first in his class from The University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Science with distinction, a Bachelor of Architecture with distinction, and a Masters of Architecture. He was selected as the Outstanding Senior in the College of Architecture. His firm specializes in corporate architecture and is ranked as one of the largest architectural firms in the United States. Raymond lives in Dallas, Texas, with his wife Marydel.

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  1. Age: 35-44
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    Forget Warren Buffet, Snag Lunch with Raymond
    November 12, 2013
    Brian
    Age: 35-44
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    Last year a few men donated 3.45 million to charity for the privilege of eating lunch with the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffet. For about $10 you can enjoy a buffet of wisdom with Raymond Harris. Though Raymond may not have instant name recognition, his reputation around the globe will loom large long after he's gone.

    Raymond humbly allows us to see wisdom through the lens of his failures far more than his successes. In about the time it takes you to fly from Dallas to LA, you'll soak up practical principles from Raymond and timeless sage advice from Solomon. You will walk away with new metrics for success in a world that measures you by such fleeting yard sticks as notoriety and net-worth. He reminds us that real significance occurs when we do, seek, develop, become and avoid a few simple things.

    Further he will show you how great success is never a destination, but simply a doorway to greater stewardship. It's must reading for men and women who seek to increase their influence far more than their income.
  2. LaFayette, Al
    Age: 55-65
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    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Excellent read for any small business
    November 4, 2013
    Woody
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    Quality: 5
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    Best read and advice on how to run a small or large business. passed on to my son who has built a successful electrical contracting business over the past 10 years based on the same principles.
  3. Age: Over 65
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    Great Book!
    November 1, 2013
    Skid
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    This book describes real life tough business decisions and how the book of Proverbs can lead us through those decisions without regrets. Very practical and motivating! A must read for anyone who owns or a business or oversees people.
  4. Dallas, TX
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    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Great stories with guiding principles!
    November 1, 2013
    Dan B
    Dallas, TX
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: male
    Quality: 5
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    The Heart of Business is the not the same old dry format of many principle-centered business books. It really pulled me in through the real life stories planted in the messiness of life. The pulse of the author really draws you into not only a great set of tracks to run your business on, but more importantly the key to a growing relationship with God throughout the process. I just ordered 5 more copies for friends who run their own businesses or nonprofits. Excellent read with very practical take-aways.
  5. Dallas, TX
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    God's "best practices" for business in Proverbs
    October 17, 2013
    Lily Martin
    Dallas, TX
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    In the ups and downs of business, can God be trusted? Time after time, as Raymond Harris built his business, he leaned into the promises of God and asked for wisdom.

    Read his examples of how God answered those prayers, showed up in the most difficult circumstances and proved to be faithful. Learn how to build a reputation of excellence and integrity, how to protect that reputation and how to maintain it.

    And when the awards and accolades come, Harris explains how to guard your heart and humbly serve both your clients and employees through the principles found in Proverbs.

    This is a guidebook that is specific and equipping. Read it and give it away!
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