The Power of Christian Mentors in Business (w/ Clay Clark, Fmr U.S. SBA Entrepreneur of the Year for Oklahoma)

84-2How important is it to choose mentors who share your values and worldview? 

Clay Clark is a former U.S. SBA Entrepreneur of the Year for Oklahoma, the founder of Thrive15.com, the owner of 9 businesses, the father of 5 kids and the owner of 38 chickens and 6 ducks. www.thrive15.com

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  • Really enjoying this discussion. Mentorship and discipleship play a huge rule in sanctification and business growth.

    • Darren Shearer

      Thanks for the positive feedback, Christopher!

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