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Affluent Christian Investor | October 21, 2017

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How a Simple Principle of Negotiation Can Help You Fulfill Your Life’s Misson

Negotiating isn’t just something that takes place in the business world.

It’s something we all have to do as we navigate the decisions and opportunities that come our way every day.

For this reason, it’s worth your while to put into practice a principle that’s used by all world class negotiators:

Have a clear mission.

When the world’s best negotiators do their thing, they negotiate with a clear mission or agenda in mind.

This helps them make good decisions about what they should accept and what they should reject… because what they decide must help — and not hinder — their agenda.

The same thing applies to you and me.

God has given us a mission…

… which is to use our time, talents and treasures to advance the dominion mandate and further His kingdom.

We should ALWAYS keep this mission in mind.

It will help us make good decisions as we seek to make the best use of our lives.

And it will direct us what to say “yes” to… and what to say “no” to.

And… it will enable us to make those choices free from guilt… as we focus on His agenda above all others.

 

 

Originally published on Made For Dominion.

David Bostrom is author of the book ‘Get Dominion.”, an ordained minister and a freelance writer. For more information about him and his work, visit www.madefordominion.com.

 

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