Millennial Kingdom Entrepreneur

Devotional

Cost of Commitment

When we were in the process of seeking funding for a restaurant, we were developing the financial projections of the business plan. One of the tasks I had to partake in was sitting at a competing restaurant during peak hours to see their flow of traffic and average ticket sales. I under-projected greatly before this task, and by my numbers, we were not profitable (and a risky investment), so we wouldn’t be able to keep the doors open for more than six months.

You have to know the cost of your commitment so you do not run the risk of not having enough to launch, subdue, be fruitful, and multiply. Take the time here to really know your numbers, so God can be glorified in your success. If He sees that you’re faithful in this, He’ll supply all your needs according to His riches and glory.