In episode 004 of the Eternal Entrepreneur, Tyler McGee shares how his father overcame a life-threatening accident and how it helped to take excused off the table for him growing up. Tyler also goes into how he views business as a platform for building a generational impact.
.How to approach business with a generational mindset
Bringing your children into your business and finances
The overlap between business and ministry
This episode covers the topics of money, wealth, family, Christian business, entrepreneurship, marketplace ministry, and business as mission.
What would you do if you had all your current wisdom and knowledge and could restart? - Tyler McGee
At the end of the day, every business should be a people business. - Tyler McGee
I think ministry prepared me to do business well. - Tyler McGee
We do business with more of a generational mindset than an annual mindset. - Tyler McGee
If you can’t steward something day to day, maybe your not prepared to steward something generational. - Tyler McGee
If God is always thinking generationally how can I partner with that? - Tyler McGee