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    Episode 102: Keys To Being a Christian Entrepreneur with a Secular Business

     

    SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast April Beach

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    Alex Miranda’s Launch in 2 Days Program

    Episode Highlights:
    1. How Alex sees the Bible as a book on how to run a business.
    2. The importance of discovering your calling and then shaping your business around it.
    3. The 3 steps you can take right now to incorporate your spiritual life into your business operations.
    Why This Episode Is Awesome:

    I don’t hide the fact that I’m a Christian but I also don’t regularly talk about it on the podcast.

    However, I do strongly believe in being transparent about your core beliefs when you’re in a place of leadership and, seeing that it’s Easter week, I felt the need to address the often-confusing dilemma of mixing your faith with your business.

    Alex Miranda is a former Miami nightclub promoter who, after having a “come to Jesus” moment, left the nightclubs behind to start the Daily Godpreneur; a personal development brand for Christian entrepreneurs.

    One topic that’s always been of interest to me as a Christian entrepreneur, is the balance between needing money but not worshiping it.

    During part of our conversation, Alex summed it beautifully when he said, “The profits are a byproduct of me doing what I’m born to do.”

    How to Take Action:
    1. Post a picture of your favorite Christmas tradition and tag @sweetlife_entrepreneur 
    2. While you’re on Instagram, check out the picture I mentioned of my street beautifully lit with tea lights.
    3. Join us for Entrepreneur Commitment Week 2019

    Links Mentioned:

    Daily Godpreneur Website

    Daily Godpreneur on Instagram

    Alex Miranda’s Program | Launch in 2 Days

    Alex Miranda’s Book | Discovering Your Calling as an Entrepreneur

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