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
Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win - Jocko Willink
The Business of Honor: Restoring the Heart of Business - Bob Hasson and Danny Silk
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