Encouragement11 Oct 2006 02:30 pm

An interesting article in the Wall Street Journal today about faith and business.

When Mark Dillon has a management problem, he heads straight to the Bible.

The president of closely held Tampa Bay Steel Corp. changed how the metals distributor pays its bills with help from the Book of Proverbs. He turned to the Book of Matthew for advice on dealing with a delinquent customer. Agonizing over a pre-Christmas layoff, he took comfort from Jesus’ admonition to “do to others what you would have them do to you.”

Our Christianity becomes a part of who we are, and from it, our decisions are influenced. One of the areas of leadership that many look for guidance in, is the balance between the emotional and logical components of a decision.

I recommend the article, as it fairly evenly discusses the issue of faith in decision making.

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