When people freely identify with their work and find themselves through it, excellence follows.
The moral sentiments that constrain economic life also promote it.
Business is the real test of the moral life.
The laws of economic life are subject to the eternal laws of spiritual capital.
But we should see gratitude in the whole context of life, and ask ourselves that life is changed and empowered by it.
Three cardinal virtues of business: creativity, building community, practical realism.
Profitability is the consequence of doing business in the right way, to honor God.
The humble person who confesses his faults and duly atones for them is the one best equipped to manage defeat, accept his own losses, and to overcome the setbacks that are the routine cost of doing business.
One runs a business ultimately to do well so you can do good for everyone.
An exercise of moral imagination helps companies further goals of its members.
Leadership, in other words, is a matter of character, not goals.
Discipline is the virtue that begins in obedience and flowers in self-control.
Long-term success depends upon trust.
We prepare for success by acquiring virtues.
Success comes because you have found your ecological niche and can flourish by doing your own valuable thing.
Faith engenders courage; and also requires it.
Taking faith seriously leads to the utility of altruistic behavior.
In the new conditions created by the global economy, the information revolution and the growth of smart technologies, it is more necessary than ever for all companies to be guided by their rich spiritual inheritance, as spiritual enterprises.
Capitalism is about the mutual creation of wealth rather than the pillaging of it.
Profit doesn't appear as the goal but as a side effect of pursuing motivating principles.
Spiritual entrepreneurship is the unsung route to growth in the modern economy.
When all benefits are promised by the state, nobody need feel grateful for them.
Perhaps the most eloquent of the hard virtues is courage, the disposition to encounter adversity head-on and strive to overcome it.