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Doing Business by the Good Book: Fifty-Two Lessons on Success Sraight from the Bible Hardcover – January 2, 2004
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The authors break the self help book into fifty two topics such as good leadership, empowerment, networking, conviction, etc. Each chapter contains a brief definition, scripture quotes, and examples of success. The advice is solid as the topics are relevant and biblical citations and parables fit quite soundly in today's information age. This is an insightful and interesting book that encourages people to conduct business activities in a positive manner straight from the bible. Ye who doubt must not forget Abraham. He was the leading businessman of his time until he hears a voice in his head. Heeding the advice, he sells the business, relocates and gives the choice beach front property to his nephew. Following that lordly voice in his brain he becomes the leading businessman again.
The lessons in the book are set up in an easily understood manner. Each of the 52 lessons has its own theme and includes a scriptural passage relating to the particular theme. The actual "meat" of the lesson includes the author's interpretation of the scripture and his own experiences with the theme. Steward provides readers with a wealth of information and willingly uses his own experiences as examples.
While this book is targeted towards a business audience, the lessons will motivate anyone who reads it. The book covers a broad array of subject areas, including planning, communication, networking, and flexibility. However, the most powerful message in the book is that our morals and values should be upheld in all aspects of our lives, including the professional arena. David Steward provides relevant, hard-hitting food for thought and his personal experiences are just as powerful as the Biblical lessons he teaches.Read more ›
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The book is insightful, relevant and on point. It's an easy read, but delivers a big message.Published 5 days ago by playerwordy
Got to hand it it to Mr. Steward, this is a great book for young and old alike. In fact, it is something that would appeal to millennials. Short chapters and worthy dialogue. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Slash T. Phillips
Great book by David Steward. I highly recommend this book regardless of where you are with your walk with the Lord.Published 3 months ago by Wayne Dunlap
The book is great. It is compelling. Every chapter can be researched and information easy to find, if you have a Bible. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Arthur Scott
very inspirational book. I always give it as a college graduation gift.Published 12 months ago by Leneba
What a great book. I received this during business school and I see that an understanding of God's word is needed to be able to ethically conduct yourself in today's business... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Josh Lehman