Caveat Emptor

Caveat Emptor

Is profit a dirty word?
My short answer - maybe.

I say that because it depends on what you do to achieve it.

👉 Are you cutting corners?

👉 Are you breaking the law?

👉 Are you scamming your clients?

👉 Basically are you being moral, ethical, and doing everything with integrity?

Achieving profit by 3 out of 4 of those ways is wrong, making profit a dirty word.

See, only one of those questions should have been answered with a yes! (Hint, it’s the last one)

There is NOTHING WRONG with profit, it’s how you obtain it that matters.

More often than not, businesses use Caveat Emptor as their mission statement.

Could this be a contributing factor to the stress levels and mental health issues that 53%* of the nations C-suite executives are experiencing? (*Savanta 2020)

I think a lot of the issues have to do with a part of their lives that receive little attention. We focus on “work-life” balance but rarely include our spiritual heath to the degree it should be.

Does this area share an equal weighting with other areas in your plan?

Do you struggle with incorporating your faith with your work?

Learn what it takes to practice your faith in the marketplace and experience, maybe for the first time , true work life balance.

Ask me how! I’d be honored to help.