OUTER COURT WISDOM - How Character and Competence Pave the Way to Success

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OUTER COURT WISDOM - How Character and Competence Pave the Way to Success

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Once you know it, this simple strategy will be easy to keep at the forefront of your mind. It will open more doors than you ever imagined and easily help you gain dominance in your market space.

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One day at Old McDonald's Farm, the chicken was trying to motivate the pigs to be more committed to their job and the farmer's purpose. Finally, one of the pigs spoke up and said to the chicken, "That's easy for you to say, you're only giving a partial commitment but for us, it's a total commitment!"

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Like all five offerings (sacrifices), this one gives us a powerful lesson for life and business. I call this one the Strategy For Preeminence because if you follow this strategy, you will become the "go to" person in your market.

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Most folks think that the sacrificial offerings of the Old Testament no longer apply. As a result, they miss the valuable lessons that still do apply. To be clear, there is no requirement for us to offer animal sacrifices, but understanding why they were offered and modeling those reasons in our own lives can be substantially beneficial.

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This lessons deals with the 4th of the 5 sacrifices offered on the altar of sacrifice. It was called the Sin Offering and it was largely for "unintentional sin", sometimes called sins of omission, but they included sins of commission that were done in ignorance or by accident.

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This is the last of the five sacrifices performed in the Outer Court (Level 1) at the Altar of Sacrifice. The previous four dealt with Commitment, Generosity, Thankfulness, Humility and now this one deals with Accountability.

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As you know by now, there were five sacrifices that were commonly practiced by Israelites. What is less known, is that those sacrifices were always accompanied by salt. Salt was considered something covenantal in nature. It suggested longevity or permanence. It was costly and often used to pay someone's "salary".

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Character alone is important but not enough to maximize your success. God values competence and we see in Scripture how men of skill were sought out for certain duties. When you combine skill or competence with character, you have a powerful combination that can jettison you into the realm of the 30-fold increase.

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Your value proposition is the unique value you bring to the table, expressed in clear, concise and compelling terms, that identifies your target audience, addresses their biggest, most obvious problem in a way that communicates value and does so in a way that is unique and obviously effective.

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Michael Q. Pink

Since 1986, Michael has been passionately pursuing the ways of God as applied to the selling profession, entrepreneurship and life. Besides writing for magazines like Success, New Man, Business Reform and others, Michael has also written 19 books, selling hundreds of thousands of copies, with titles like The Bible Incorporated, Selling Among Wolves, 7 Secrets of the SaleRainforest Strategy, Taking Back The Gates of Commerce, etc.

He has served Fortune 100 clients and helped numerous small to medium-sized companies experience explosive growth, including helping one struggling company with only 3 sales reps become the 16th fastest growing, privately held company in America on the INC 500 list.

He hosted a daily radio spot for 7 years growing to over 200 stations nationwide and was a frequent guest on television and radio shows including The 700 Club, Moody Radio, Salem Radio and many others.

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