Thinking Like a Multi-Millionaire | GOF53
Wouldn’t it be awesome to be a multi-millionaire? Sure. Let’s be real honest for a second. For people like you and I, we could all probably use a few more dollars to help solve some of our financial problems. But that’s just it. Millionaires do not think that way. They don’t think about getting out of their problems. They think about problems differently. That’s what sets them apart from you and me. How do I know this? Because I had the chance to work directly for one and it changed the way I view the world.
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This Episode’s Topic: Thinking Like A Multi-Millionaire
Theology On The Street – Generosity
Starts at 4:40
What if everything we have believed about “tithing” is wrong? I asked that question and share my conclusions on the subject of tithing in the church. Plus, I tackle two commonly misquoted scriptures: Malachi 3:6–8 and Luke 6:38.
Smitty’s Tip of the Week – Book Recommendation
Starts at 23:20
A friend of mine just placed in my hands John Cortines and Gregory Baumer’s book “God and Money: How We Discovered True Riches At Harvard Business School.” If you are looking for a good book that gives a straightforward teaching on how Christians should view money, then I highly commend this book.
Starts at 24:45
To better understand why this issue matters, most of us think far too small. That’s the difference between multi-millionaires and the rest of us. I discovered that multi-millionaires think BIG. Really BIG. Far Bigger than you and can imagine. But they also do something else. They act small. That’s the secret. THINK BIG. ACT SMALL.
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