8 Insights For Helping You Win Conflict And Overcome Adversity

success god's way Feb 19, 2018

The term "winning conflict" does not mean winning every argument. Rather, we strive to "win" in conflict by achieving the best possible outcome. Let's look into the insights of Solomon in Proverbs and how he engages in conflict.

#1 Understand the Potential Consequences of the Conflict. It is important to understand the possible ramifications of the conflict you are engaging in. After a bridge is burned, it is difficult to win back someone's trust or friendship. This does not mean that you cannot engage in confrontation, however, just be mindful of the possible outcomes that are at stake.

"A brother offended is more unyielding than a strong city, and quarreling is like the bars of a castle" Proverbs 18:19

#2 Achieving the Best Possible Outcome for All Parties. The objective of conflict is not to be right or prove someone else wrong. It is to achieve the best outcome for all parties involved. So, when you engage in conflict just remember that the whole goal of confrontation is to...

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3 Quick Reasons To Dig Deeper In Scripture

In search of wisdom and knowledge in this blog, we wanted to follow the teachings of the two wisest men who ever lived, Solomon & Jesus. In business, we say to back our statements and strategies up objectively with relevant and trustworthy data. As Christians, we know the power, wisdom, and relevancy of Solomon and Jesus’s wisdom can help us in any facet of life and should be trusted more than anything the world has to offer.

So here are our 3 quick reasons to dig deeper into scripture, and we are defending them by the teachings of the two wisest men in history, Solomon & Jesus.

#1 Solomon implores us to dig deeper to find wisdom & knowledge. If you haven’t heard us say it by now, Solomon was the richest man who ever lived. Best estimates say that in today’s dollars he would have been a “trillionaire.” This surpasses today’s richest man Jeff Bezos by ten times.

In saying that, remember that much of his wealth came from two things: the...

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Success God's Way - 3 Quick Habits To Transform Your Life

Most of the time, when the topic of success is brought up, we tend to immediately begin talking about the person and how they achieved it. As Christian with a spirit-filled perspective, we know that success is not achieved by us alone, but by a God who directs our steps.


I believe that the fewest steps to success can be found in direction and wisdom from the book of Proverbs. I can prove that this method works, because I’ve watched it work in my life and the lives of many others.  In my case, using God’s principals revealed in Proverbs, my partners and I were able to start a business with $5,000 and through the years build it to more than a dozen businesses achieving billions of dollars in sales.  I assure you, however, that it is not my principles and strategies that helped me achieve this success, but the divine direction and wisdom revealed in the book of Proverbs.


When I was twenty-six years old, a mentor told me that if I adopted these three...

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Jobless to Millionaire - The Comeback Story Of Steven K. Scott

success god's way Jan 08, 2018

How could a penniless chronic failure become a billion-dollar business builder, a NY Times best-selling author and a mentor to dozens of others who would also become multi-millionaires?

Steven K. Scott Credits the Biblical Book of Proverbs — And Proves it!

Steven K. Scott graduated from the Business College at Arizona State University with a degree in Marketing. During the next five years, he failed at eight jobs, and his income never reached half of the average American wage earner.

After losing his fifth job, an unemployed, penniless Steve Scott asked the wisest man he knew, Gary Smalley, what he could do to stop failing and start succeeding. Gary told him that if he would read a chapter of Proverbs every day, for two years, he would become wiser than all of his bosses and would probably become a millionaire within five years. Steven K. Scott took up the challenge. During the next eighteen months, he discovered profound laws of life, principles, and strategies from the book...

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How To Turn A Struggling Teenager Into A Godly Success (Case Study)

success god's way Dec 18, 2017

"Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it." - Proverbs 22:6

Today's teenager is subject to the world and its ways at a very young age. A recent article declares today's teens as "gender fluid, hyper-stressed, politically engaged, connected, and lonely." 

A recent study reveals that teenage brains are wired for peer-pressure-related risky behavior. Today's teenager (just like every other teenager in history) has two choices in what he/she will pursue: life or death, spirit or flesh. The bible says that whichever one we pursue, we distance our self from the other. So how do you "train up a child in the way he should go" in today's world with fast-paced decisions, sharing, and instant gratification.

Today we have for you a case study of a man's downward spiral resurrected by the wisdom and knowledge in the book of Proverbs.

Below is the success story of George Reninger, a troubled teen turned Godly millionaire.


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Is Pride The Pitfall Of Your Happiness And Success?

success god's way Nov 13, 2017

Pride is an attitude that we all face daily. We constantly see it tear apart people, businesses, relationships, and even nations. Pride is deceiving; It pampers you making you feel like you are better than anyone or anything. When pride is ignored or thought of as a social glitch that consumes people from time to time, it will then spread like cancer.

You Can't Beat an Enemy You Don't Know

Pride isn't always the easiest thing to recognize or understand and its difficult to beat an enemy that you don't know. The Hebrew word "pride" translates to "swollen" or "high." This translation is spot on when we realize how pride "swells" our ego into believing that we are "higher" than the rest. Putting ourselves high up on a pedestal is promoting a fall that will knock us back down to reality. Pride is the attitude that precedes a fall. Solomon states, "Pride goes before destruction and an arrogant spirit before a fall." We see it all too often where someone lets their pride shield their...

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How to Deal With Criticism And Apply It To Our Daily Lives

success god's way Nov 06, 2017

Criticism is something that we deal with every day and if you're like most of us, you hate it. Being criticized can be terribly painful and can leave a lasting impact on us. For most of us naturally handle criticism by ignoring it, running from it, denying it, getting defensive, or attacking the critic. Solomon tells us how we can embrace criticism and use it to better ourselves.

Criticism is Better Than Secret Love

Solomon talks about criticism as "secret love." In Proverbs 27:5 he states, "Open rebuke is better than secret love." What Solomon is saying is that criticism is even better than that feeling you had when you first fell in love, received your first kiss, or went on your first date. I know, that's difficult to imagine right? If you can take criticism and apply it, your success is limitless. I remember I was writing a commercial for my boss and when he first read my script he said, "It's pretty good, but there's no hook." I was devastated as I was hoping for praise....

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