Would you be delighted if, upon pulling into the parking lot of your place of employment each day, you knew you would walk inside and work shoulder to shoulder with Jesus Christ? Or, would it be overwhelmingly intimidating to be working for someone who knew your every thought, your every move, your every ambition?
Such is the situation in Jesus in the 9 to 5, wherein famed motivational speaker and author Dr. Dennis E. Hensley actually allows you to step into a 21st century company being run on a day to day basis by none other than Jesus Christ, himself. You’ll be there as Jesus hires new personnel, establishes company training, and sets a quality control system in place. You’ll observe as Jesus is asked to judge a matter of employee theft, is defied by his employees about business management practices, and is forced to make plans to hand over his business because of his pending departure.
Along with the scenario of Jesus running a company, this book also provides insightful chapters on life management skills, as drawn from the teachings and actions of Jesus. You’ll be shown how to improve your time management practices, your communication abilities, your goal setting and long range planning skills, and even your sales and outreach talents.
With wit, wisdom, and continuous momentum, this book reveals specific ways in which you can enrich your life, expand your personal and business horizons, and add new vitality in reaching your goals and aims in life. It’s also just a lot of fun to observe Jesus in action as the director of a contemporary business operation. So, clock in. Your first day on the job with Jesus is set to get started.
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About the Author
Dennis E. Hensley holds four university degrees in communications, including a Ph.D. in literature and linguistics from Ball State University. Dr. Hensley is the author of more than fifty books and more than three thousand newspaper and magazine articles, as well as stage plays, film scripts, and songs. He is a professor at Taylor University, where he serves as director of the professional
writing major. He and his wife Rose have two grown, married children and four grandchildren.
Dr. Hensley has received numerous honors including the Award for Teaching Excellence by Indiana University, the Elizabeth Sherrill Lifetime Achievement Award by the East Metro Atlanta Christian Writers Association, the Dorothy Hamilton Memorial Writing Award by the Midwest Writers Workshop, and the City of Fort Wayne Bicentennial Gold Medallion. In 2001–02 he was Distinguished Visiting Professor of English and Journalism at the Graduate School of Communication Arts at Regent University. In 2006 he was Distinguished Visiting Lecturer at Oxford
University. In 2007 he was Distinguished Visiting Literary Scholar at Moody Bible Institute. He also has received Distinguished Alumnus Awards from T. L. Handy High School, Delta College, and
Saginaw Valley State University. From 1970–71 Dr. Hensley served as a sergeant in the United States Army and was awarded six medals for service in Vietnam.
Table of Contents
Section 1 How Jesus Handled Personnel Problems 1
Section 2 How Jesus Recruited and Trained Personnel 13
Section 3 How Jesus Revealed His Success Principles 25
Section 4 Jesus on Closing a Sale 35
Section 5 Jesus on Quality Control 47
Section 6 Jesus on Setting and Reaching Goals 63
Section 7 What Jesus Taught about Diversified Portfolios 83
Section 8 Jesus on Accepting a Personal Calling 91
Section 9 Time Management Concepts Shared by Jesus 107
Section 10 Jesus on Humility, Accumulation, and Independence 121
Section 11 What Jesus Taught about Stress Management 143
Section 12 Jesus on Discipline, Appearance, and Prayer 169