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Wise Men Wednesday: Wisdom for Home and Business 01/27/2021

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

I spend a lot of time sharing resources that will help you thrive in business… But what about at home? I spend about an equal amount of time absorbing self-help content as I do business content. Going forward I will share an equal 50/50 split of content to help you thrive at home as well as in business.

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 published this week:

The Customer Service Maxim “Under Promise And Over Deliver” Is A Lie!:

”As kingdom entrepreneurs and business leaders it is important that we provide the best customer service possible. You didn’t get into your position because you lacked in this area, but is your team representing your customer service values well? Have you handed off the tricks of the trade that you’ve developed after climbing the ladder all these years?”

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

Words of wisdom:

You can gain wisdom through others (books, podcasts, and mentors) or from the school of hard knocks (trial and error, mistakes, and failures) Which do you think is faster and less expensive?

1) 7 Marks of a Godly Husband by Beliefnet:

”A good man will always remind you how much you mean to him. Men can be less communicative or affectionate than women are, but this does is not an excuse. If someone truly loves you, you will know it and feel it. If you don’t, you’ll be wondering all the time if they do.”

2) 6 Tips for Being a Godly Husband by CRU:

”Remember the little line in the marriage vow, “Forsaking all others, until death do us part”?

That means your relationship with your wife is more important than any other relationship — friends, your boss or even your children.

Put simply, after our love for God, we must love our wives more than anything on earth. That is the essence of the marriage relationship.”

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Have a great rest of the week!

James Quandahl


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