“Business is Business.”

The above is a statement many entrepreneurs make when they try to justify their reasons for ripping customers off. I understand that having a profitable business in some parts of the world could be difficult because of a number of reasons. Perhaps, this is why some entrepreneurs are tempted to make their enterprise grow via dubious means.

However, as Christians, we know that Christ should be reflected in ALL we do – including how we do business. Based on this knowing, how can a Christian entrepreneur avoid the temptation of ripping people off in order for their hustle to prosper?

Please let us discuss. Scriptural references are most welcome!

You can also read: Business Tips For Start-Ups and Small Business Owners or Cautions on Personal Branding and Selling Yourself On Social Media

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