In his second article on worldviews, J-D explains how the quantum worldview is having a profound effect on how people understand the universe, and is impacting every aspect of life. He stresses the importance of cultivating a biblical worldview and being vigilant against the subtle lies and confusion that the changing quantum worldview can bring, and gives tips on how to capitalise on the changing paradigms of leadership and management.
Phillipa Geard explores how striving for the perfect balance between work and personal life is unrealistic and can bring about unnecessary feelings of guilt. She suggests instead pursuing work-life integration, which involves blending elements of your career and personal life holistically to achieve better harmony.
Yemi Faseun, founder and chief talent officer at YF Talent Partners in Nigeria, believes that social justice starts from within an organisation and that employees are the most captive audience to promote it outwardly.
How do we protect ourselves from the allure (and sometimes incessant pressure) of productivity and performance, especially when leading a business? Johan reflects on his journey of rediscovering the difference between true rest and leisure, and why is it so important to create space in our schedules to recharge.
Jan-Derick explores the importance of having a biblical worldview and how it influences various aspects of life, from beliefs and values to decision-making and interactions with the world. He explores various worldviews and explains how our goals can unintentionally conflict with our faith.
Most entrepreneurs struggle to strike a healthy balance between working long hours, running a household, investing in friends and family, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. How do we remain whole-hearted and steward these different facets of our lives well to achieve work-life wholeness?
In this article, originally published on the Avodah Group's website, Jun Shiomitsu explores how our view of God affects our entrepreneurial journey. He discusses the delicate balance between fearing God and loving God.
This interview summary was first published on Mergon’s blog on October 20, 2022. In the interview with Ziwani’s Sibs Sibanda, Mergon COO Gauché Radley gives us a fresh perspective on what it means to ‘love your neighbour’ in business today. In a fast-paced world of competition where winner takes all, he shares how ‘laying down power’ and ‘moving at the speed of trust’ will always get you further in the long run.
Nissi Ekpott is passionate about leveraging intra-Africa trade and investment opportunities, for the benefit of everyone involved. Believing that sharing knowledge and skills is one of the best ways to achieve multi-generational impact, he shares 5 principles that provide practical encouragement and timely reminders of the call to bring social justice in and through business.
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