by Michael Hyatt | Original
In August of 2000, I received a big break in my career. However, as is so often the case, it came disguised as a seemingly insurmountable obstacle.
I had just become the publisher of Nelson Books, one of the two trade book imprints at Thomas Nelson at that time. I had inherited a division with a lot of financial problems. Based on almost every metric available, we were dead last compared to the company’s thirteen other publishing groups.However, I was determined to turn the division around. I had worked hard to formulate a vision and enroll my colleagues. With fresh enthusiasm, we were off to a good start. I anticipated smooth sailing ahead.
Signs of Trouble
However, one Sunday morning at our church’s coffee hour, a friend mentioned to me that one of our biggest authors was teaching something out-of-step with main-stream, historical Christianity. (Thomas…
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