In a recent article by Neil Kokemuller, he writes, “A business card comes in handy when you need to establish your credentials.” As a tool in the marketing quiver, a business card can be leveraged to share more than contact details.
A business card can give your prospective clients insight into your personal or corporate purpose and vision.
Luke 9:20 says, “Then he asked them, ‘But who do you say that I am?’ Peter replied, ‘You are the Messiah.’”
Jesus was a great communicator of his purpose. Though his titles were too vast for a business card, he established his credentials, his purpose and call by living it out in the day to day.
Who do people say that you are? Does your work support their view of your purpose?
Today’s Integrity Moment was adapted with permission from the writings of author and consultant, Stephanie Winslow.