Freedom in Business, Faith and America
Entrepreneurial Freedom - The real reason why I became an entrepreneur.
37 years ago I launched my first business because I wanted the freedom to build a purpose-driven company that would fund my preferred Work/Life lifestyle.
I bootstrapped a lifestyle business, 1 of 6, and earned tens of millions from my business endeavors. I didn't care about the exit, getting acquired, or the IPO.
I didn't build it for investors, I built it for me.
I soon learned that for me, my success came from the freedom to connect the dots between business, purpose, success, and faith.
I make no apologies for my biblical worldview or my faith in God. Why? God's ways simply work!
Once I embraced the revelation that I only had to please my one true provider, God, I never worried about those who thought I was not politically correct.
I attracted customers who celebrated my message, brand and businesses, and more than likely repelled those who would only tolerate it.
The elites of the business and religious industrial complex frowned on the idea that God would bless a very ordinary me. Still true today.
>> Here's why I bring it up.
For the last 21 years, I've helped small business Founders/CEOs launch, grow, and turn around their businesses.
What I've noticed is these changemakers have become increasingly bold in their stance for freedom against woke-left elites in businesses, government, big tech, media, education, and especially the woke religious elites.
This never used to come up. Now it is a part of everyday conversation.
It seems as America has rejected God, embraced a radical wokeness, a new bread of American Patriots of Faith has been awakened. I call it the army of God.
My question is, are you concerned about this wokeness hindering your ability to work and earn?
I just read that 70% of Americans want to be self-employed, does freedom from wokeness play into it for you?
Are you worried about being canceled because of your religious, political, and constitutional convictions?
IF YOU ARE, I'd love to know your convictions. Let me know if you'd like to share them on our podcast.