On this episode, Bob Pritchett shares lessons learned from his journey of developing Logos Bible Software as a high-school kid into a mature company serving ministry leaders.
Bob Pritchett is the creator of Logos Bible Software and founder and Executive Chairman of Faithlife. In addition to Logos Bible Software, Faithlife offers a suite of time-saving apps for church leaders to help them manage their websites, giving, presentations, and more. Over the years, Bob has led his company through high growth, a nearly fatal IPO attempt, and back to solid, debt-free profitability. He’s been invited to speak to industry and academic groups around the world and featured in publications ranging from the Whidbey News Times to BusinessWeek.
Bob is the author of Start Next Now: How to Get the Life You’ve Always Wanted and Fire Someone Today: And Other Surprising Tactics for Making Your Business a Success.
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