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Are you willing to pay a price to obtain enhanced productivity in your business?

WRITTEN BY STEVE MARR
FRIDAY, 26 JUNE 2020

King Solomon wrote, "Where no oxen are, the manger is clean, but much increase comes from the strength of the ox" (Proverbs 14:4 NASB).

New computer software, machinery, or just a new way of doing business may cause us short-term difficulties as we strive to adjust. However, just as a manger full of oxen is dirty, profit is made on the productivity of the animals. Embrace constructive change, work through the learning curve, and then enjoy the increased productivity of positive changes.

In the Word

King Solomon wrote, "Where no oxen are, the manger is clean, but much increase comes from the strength of the ox" (Proverbs 14:4 NASB).

Workplace Resources

With all the temptations to give in to greed, cutting corners, and taking advantage of people, every Christian business leader must ask, "Will I be a person of integrity?" Check out Steve Marr's new book "Integrity in the Workplace"

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