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Wise Men Wednesday: Wisdom for Home and Business 01/20/2021

Welcome to Wise Men Wednesday, your weekly dose of Christian wisdom to thrive at home and in your business.

This week we conclude the one month series on how you can create an infectious winning employee culture. You are in the position to make a dramatic difference in the lives of your team. Will you step up?

For the next four weeks we’ll be diving deep into another important topic…

World-class customer service.

Is the cliche phrase, “The customer is always right” true?

What about this one? Under promise and over deliver.

We’ll cover why you should build a team that matches the demographics of your customers, why you should treat your customers as if they are your loved ones and know them by name, and much much more.

These Wise Men: A business podcast for Christian men is launching soon!

Fascinating guests are on deck to share wisdom you have not heard anywhere else.

Have a good lead on a guest for the show? Please hit reply and send me their name.

Posts I recently published:

70% Of Your Team Doesn’t Put Energy Or Passion Into Their Work. Use These 7 Strategies As A Fix:

”According to Gallup 54% of your employees report they are not engaged!

These employees are not actively disengaged, but instead they are in the middle or neutral and may be some of your better performing team members.

“they are psychologically unattached to their work and company. These employees put time, but not energy or passion, into their work. Not engaged employees typically show up to work and contribute the minimum effort required. They’re also on the lookout for better employment opportunities and will quickly leave their company for a slightly better offer.”

In today’s post I share 7 strategies to use as a fix.”

In case you want to catch up on all the prior posts the full catalog is here.

Words of wisdom:

2020: I Am My Own Greatest Obstacle, by Pat Walls:

I got in my car, in the middle of the pandemic, and just started driving. 

I had no destination. 

My goal? To drive until I felt re-energized and ready to go back to work.

As I drove across deserted highways, I just sat there, thinking, for hours. 

How could I fix it? 

My first solution: “I’ll just work harder.”

But that didn’t feel like enough. I kept driving.

As days passed, I kept driving and thinking and driving and thinking…

And it finally hit me…

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Have a great rest of the week!

James Quandahl

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