How do we reflect the image of God in our work, and what are the Kingdom principles for a fruitful life?
In this episode of the Limitless Spirit Podcast, our host Helen Todd talks with Andreas Widmer, who is an entrepreneur, business leader, and the Professor of Entrepreneurship at The Catholic University of America’s Busch School of Business & Economics. Andreas is the author of The Pope & The CEO: Pope Saint John Paul II’s Lessons to a Young Swiss Guard, a book exploring leadership lessons that Widmer learned serving as a Swiss Guard protecting Pope John Paul II and refined during his career as a successful business executive. His second book, The Art of Principled Entrepreneurship: Creating Enduring Value, is an insightful, practical guide to how businesses can be run to be both virtuous and profitable.
In this episode, we’ll hear about Andrea’s story of radical salvation and what he has learned about bringing the Kingdom of God into the workplace for a more fruitful business and life.
The Pope & The CEO: John Paul II’s Leadership Lessons to a Young Swiss Guard:
The Art of Principled Entrepreneurship: Creating Enduring Value:
3:45 – How Andreas was deeply impacted by Pope John Paul II
9:30 – Andreas’ faith tested as a businessman
13:28 – Not everyone is called into full-time missionary work
17:10 – Creating a business that does more than just make money
22:05 – Andreas’ thoughts on socialism and helping the poor
27:30 – Glorifying God through work
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