This one’s pretty straight forward. Profit is the portion of revenue that’s left over after a business pays all of its expenses. For any business to continue to exist it has to make at least a small amount of profit.
Systemization is indispensable to entrepreneurship. Kaufman states in the first section of his book that a business is a repeatable process. In this section he defines, a system as, “a process made explicit and repeatable.” When you zoom your perspective out, you can see that any business is one big system of value creation and delivery.
The last song I want to discuss in my Easter series is titled, “His Heart Beats.” This is the first song of Andrew Peterson’s new album, “Resurrection Letters Vol.1.” It picks up right where the EP leaves off. Jesus is laying lifeless in a rich man’s tomb, and then His heart beats. The whole world is changed
Do you feel like something isn’t quite right with the world? Do you see all of the violence and chaos, the animosity and persecution, and wonder what the point of all this is? Is there hope for a new creation? Does God actually love us? Is Jesus really the savior of the world? Wasn’t He just some guy who taught some nice things? What’s so special about him?
The next song I want to discuss is titled, “God Rested.” It’s the final song from Andrew Peterson’s new EP, “Resurrection Letters: A Prologue.” The song recounts the events just after Jesus’s death on the cross.
Continuing with the theme of Easter music and Andrew Peterson, the next song I want to discuss from his new EP, “Resurrection Letters: A Prologue,” is titled “Always Good.” The story behind this song is heartbreaking, but also a beautiful picture of the ministry of the Holy Spirit and the Church
This month, in anticipation of remembering and commemorating the death and resurrection of Christ, I’ve been listening to a new EP from my all-time favorite artist Andrew Peterson. The name of the EP is “Resurrection Letters: A Prologue.”
What if you could get two or three times the work done with just half the effort? This is the idea behind a force multiplier. A tool that multiplies the effect of physical force, thought, or attention. Tools like these allow you to increase the efficiency and productivity of your time and energy.
Think of a blog post on a random website, like this one perhaps. When I publish this post, it’ll most likely only be seen by a handful of people. But what if it included some important breaking news or juicy celebrity gossip, and people started sharing it with their friends? It might make the content much more relevant to people. Search engines would rank it higher than other content, exposing it to even more people.
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