People-First Business: How We Make Decisions at Agape Red
The key to business success: Treat your customers well and offer valuable products/services.
I know what you’re thinking, that isn’t secret advice. It isn’t really even helpful. Running a business is complicated, sometimes the ‘right’ decisions for a customer are different than the ‘right’ decisions for a company. Read More
For the last few months, every employee at Agape Red has been reading a copy of David Allen’s Getting Things Done. In the book, the author outlines a process, unsurprising called Getting Things Done, for capturing, analyzing and determining next actions on all of the projects that come up in our daily lives. Read More
I pray. I pray a lot. Mostly in the shower, it’s a place where you can almost always have some time alone. When I pray I ask God for a lot of things. I ask him to bless different aspects of my life such as my family, my church, my business, etc. Read More
I think it’s pretty safe to say that the developers who work at Agape Red, myself included, view the type of work we do as more than just a paycheck. Simply put, we love to code.
In mid October, three Agape Red developers and I spent the weekend competing in a hackathon. Read More