Sue Miley

Grateful Moments

By Sue Miley / November 27, 2019 / Comments Off on Grateful Moments

In our new health chasing society we seek peace, lower stress, physical health, and more through practices such as exercise, meditation, mindfulness, and yes, gratitude!  And gratitude comes on top during this Thanksgiving season.   As small business owners there is a lot of stress that comes from owning and running a small business.  There are […]

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Is It Against the Law to Live Out Our Faith in Our Business?

By Sue Miley / October 24, 2019 / Comments Off on Is It Against the Law to Live Out Our Faith in Our Business?

I have had several clients tell me that they think they can get in trouble if they talk about their faith or mention God to their employees, vendors or customers.  They feel that since they are not selling a religious product or service like a church or a Christian bookstore, they are not allowed to […]

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How Can God Help With Our Business?

By Sue Miley / September 18, 2019 / 2 Comments

When I stay focused on God and connected to Him it permeates every facet of life – even work.   Especially work.   There is no secret purpose for humans hidden in the pages of the Bible.  On the contrary, it is boldly in the open. Our purpose is to glorify God. That can look a lot […]

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The Best Way to Achieve Aggressive Growth Goals

By Sue Miley / August 22, 2019 / Comments Off on The Best Way to Achieve Aggressive Growth Goals

Why can’t you double your business in a year, maybe two?  Even if the economy is down or your industry is down, can you be expected to grow?  And is it realistic to think we can have year after year positive growth? My answer to all of these questions is “yes you can”! We are […]

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The Closet Eclectic: Coming-out and Building a Company Culture

By Sue Miley / July 12, 2019 / Comments Off on The Closet Eclectic: Coming-out and Building a Company Culture

Before I was a Christian I wanted to be eclectic, edgy and maybe even a little irreverent.  Of course in a very intelligent, highly responsible, cutting edge, get things done way. Before I was a Christian, I didn’t own my own business, and I didn’t work for a business that wanted to be eclectic, edgy […]

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Should Employees Be in the Know?

By Sue Miley / July 3, 2019 / Comments Off on Should Employees Be in the Know?

You had to cancel a few services that the company used because cash flow has been tight.  An employee was terminated for cause. The company was slapped with a lawsuit.   How much do we share with employees?  We don’t want them to worry about stuff that isn’t their responsibility.  You own the business. It’s your […]

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What To Do When Setbacks Happen

By Sue Miley / June 5, 2019 / Comments Off on What To Do When Setbacks Happen

Setbacks happen, and in some strange way they usually take us by surprise.  I guess that is part of the definition.  If we have a setback, we must have been moving forward.  The faster our positive traction, the more jarring the setback. Losing a big customer can feel like starting over. An employee of talent […]

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A Theology of Work: A Seminary/MBA Student’s Take on Vocation

By Sue Miley / May 17, 2019 / Comments Off on A Theology of Work: A Seminary/MBA Student’s Take on Vocation

This is a guest post written by Will Sorrell, I hope you enjoy it! How often do you think of the Protestant Reformation? Martin Luther? Well, as Christians in business this critical event changed our vocation by breaking down the “secular / sacred divide.” A guy named Gustaf Wingren wrote a book titled Luther on […]

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