Good Business Is Good Stewardship with Ben Muresan
Guest Ben Muresan Humble says that you deserve the life God has for you, but it might not be the life you have now. Ben has developed the largest private mortgage company in southwestern Ontario and has coached over 2,000 students in business and investing. When his bank account hit one million dollars, he didn't want to celebrate. Instead of a party, it turns out he had a reckoning about the impact he wanted to have on his business. He says it's not about hitting financial milestones; it's about who you become along the way and how you steward the business God has entrusted to you. You need to listen to this interview if you: are ready to serve Christ in the marketplace unapologetically, want to break free from the workaholic cycle and into Christ-like stewardship, and wish to honor God physically, mentally, and through your business. So tune in for the passion and energy you need to not only take your leadership to the next level but your faith.
About the guest:
Ben Muresan was born in 1985 in Romania, at a time when the country was under communist rule. His family escaped before the revolution and landed in an Austrian refugee camp in 1990. After immigrating to Canada and eventually reuniting with his siblings, Ben developed a passion for life and a gratitude mindset. His parents’ sacrifice for a better life developed a deep sense of responsibility within him early on in life. He dreamt of building an empire: motivating, entertaining, and investing in other people. Today Ben has developed the largest private mortgage company in southwestern Ontario and has coached over 2,000 students in business and investing.
About the host:
Following a successful career as CEO, Bobby sold his business to a publicly-traded company. In what he calls his “second half of life”, Bobby seeks to pour Biblically-based principles into growth-minded business, church, and non-profit leaders.
Through Values-Driven Leadership, Bobby serves as an Executive Coach and Training Consultant for organizations. He shares many of his principles and practices through a weekly blog, the True North Leader podcast, and through three books he has authored: