Integrity Moments - Jan. 18, 2013

 

 

An Unfaithful Airline
By: Rick Boxx
January 18, 2013

A friend shared about a flight he experienced in Africa. The time came and went for the scheduled departure, then two hours later they announced that the flight was leaving. A mad rush of people elbowed their way onto the plane, passing by a man who was collecting money for gas.

When my friend asked about the man collecting money he was told that this airline was so poorly managed that they rarely have enough money for gas. My friend arrived safely, but this airline didn’t build much trust with him.

1 Corinthians 4:2 teaches, “Now it is required that those who have been given a trust must prove faithful.”

In business, we can build trust or tear it down. When you examine your business practices, which are you doing?

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Wes answers the question, “How did you start as a repairman and become CEO of the same company?” He answers in vivid detail with stories and illustrations from his 46 year career. Could this be done in today’s environment? We says “yes” by obeying Biblical principles. Purchase here.

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