Christian Retailing

Stop selling, start serving Print Email
Written by Chris Brown   
Thursday, 25 February 2016 09:34 AM America/New_York

ChrisBrown-RamseySolutionsHow to eliminate sales pressure while still making the sale

You know the feeling. You walk into a store and immediately feel laser beams boring into your body. Then, you realize those aren’t laser beams. You’re actually feeling the stares of sales associates sensing a potential commission.

Financial Management: Back to basics Print Email
Written by Chris Brown   
Wednesday, 06 January 2016 02:36 PM America/New_York

Employing God’s principles for money and business

ChrisBrown-RamseySolutionsGod’s principles for handling money work every time and in every situation.

Most of us would probably accept that truth in our heads, but it’s easy to let it fall between the cracks when we face the real world of Christian retailing. In fact, I talk to people all the time who believe that what works at home is somehow different from what works in business. That’s faulty logic though. God never changes, so why would His ideas about finances change from one context to another? They don’t.

The same truths that help people win with their personal finances also provide the keys for winning in business. Here are a few examples:

Financial Management: Practicing the art of leadership Print Email
Written by Chris Brown   
Wednesday, 04 November 2015 04:30 PM America/New_York

How inspiring your team can benefit your business

ChrisBrown-RamseySolutionsLeadership—and how it relates to ministry—is a subject I address before audiences across America. I get to help all kinds of people in all kinds of situations at live events and through “The Leadership Momentum” podcast. It’s amazing to see how many ideas are floating around about leadership. In every organization, it seems to mean something different. But should it?

Relevance in business makes all the difference Print Email
Written by Chris Brown   
Wednesday, 15 July 2015 02:53 PM America/New_York

Speaking the language of consumers is critical to influence


Small businesses are not just a part of our economy. In a lot of ways, they are our economy—and the statistics prove it.