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Ten Commandments for Church Failure #4 – Assume Infallibility

These posts are adapted from Donald Keough’s excellent book The Ten commandments for Business Failure. This book was such an excellent source of common sense and probable one of the best books I’ve read in some time. You’re right. You don’t need anyone else’s opinion but your own. You got where you are; that means… Continue reading Ten Commandments for Church Failure #4 – Assume Infallibility

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Ten Commandments for Business Failure #3 – Isolate Yourself

These posts are adapted from Donald Keough’s excellent book The Ten commandments for Business Failure. This book was such an excellent source of common sense and probable one of the best books I’ve read in some time. A desk is a dangerous place from which to view the world. –John le Carre There is nothing… Continue reading Ten Commandments for Business Failure #3 – Isolate Yourself

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Ten Commands for Church Failure #2 – Be Inflexible

These posts are adapted from Donald Keough’s excellent book The Ten commandments for Business Failure. This book was such an excellent source of common sense and probable one of the best books I’ve read in some time. For this is the tragedy of man – circumstances change, but he doesn’t. –Machiavelli If you want to… Continue reading Ten Commands for Church Failure #2 – Be Inflexible

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Ten Commandments for Church Failure #1 – Quit Taking Risks

These posts are adapted from Donald Keough’s excellent book The Ten commandments for Business Failure. This book was such an excellent source of common sense and probable one of the best books I’ve read in some time. There are no guarantees in church leadership. There is no way to say for sure that this strategy… Continue reading Ten Commandments for Church Failure #1 – Quit Taking Risks