How Do you Feel About Your Boss?


Respect your boss

Do you like your current boss? Do you respect him or her?

The Christian faith is good for business because it values order and authority. God is a God of order and hates chaos. He has built divine authority into family and government to provide a valuable structure for everyday living that provides safety and security.

He also values order in economic enterprises: “Teach slaves to be subject to their masters in everything, to try to please them, not to talk back to them, and not to steal from them, but to show that they can be fully trusted, so that in every way they will make the teaching about God our Savior attractive” (Titus 2:9,10). Slavery in the Americas was brutal and repulsive. Slavery in the Roman world in biblical times was much milder and was practiced everywhere. Many, many early Christians were slaves. This passage does not endorse slavery; it merely recognized an immense reality and gave practical advice on how to navigate a world where people are subject to the will of others.

What Paul wrote about servants back then applies to all employees today. Our Christian faith inspires us as employees to let our bosses dictate our daily agenda. They get to tell us what to do, and we try to please them, show them respect, show them honesty and integrity, and win their trust.

An added bonus from God–not only will those values improve the company, but they also make God look good too.


About ahvirtualofficellc

Greetings & Salutations! First, let me introduce myself. My name is Anita Howard and I am the owner and founder of AH Virtual Office. I have over Twenty-Three years of Administrative experience working in different areas of the office environment. I am trained, highly skilled administrative professional who provides long-term assistance to entrepreneurs, business owners, and independent professionals without having to be physically present in the client's office. A Virtual Assistant (also referred to as Virtual Office Manager, Virtual Executive Assistant or a Virtual Secretary) provides clients with administrative. These services include all the services you would expect from an in-house administrative assistant, and most times a whole lot more. Using a Virtual Assistant eliminates costly business expenses such as payroll taxes, insurance, office space, equipment and workman’s comp – just to name a few! Virtual Assistants bill only for actual time worked saving you thousands of dollars each year! Virtual Assistance is about relationships. It's about building a partnership between Virtual Assistant and client whereby both people choose to work together. I am committed to developing long-term, collaborative relationships with my clients. By doing so, I thoroughly learn their businesses and am able to have a powerful impact on productivity. Above all else, it requires that both Virtual Assistant and client fully understand, the value and desire of a collaborative partnership. Busy entrepreneurs are discovering Virtual Assistance to be a unique and simple solution to work overload. Through the continued advancement of modern technology, work assignments are easily communicated via fax, email, instant messaging, telephone and postal system. Because they work so well, these revolutionary and highly effective relationships are becoming more common on a daily basis. I would be more than happy to schedule a follow-up appointment in person to further discuss your specific needs. I trust that you will take full advantage of this opportunity and look forward to serving you in the future. Anita M. Howard

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