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March 26, 2020 By Beacon Editor

Take a deep breath. Now one more. Look up and raise your hands in surrender to the King of Kings. After all, most of us and our businesses have not lived through a time quite like this. Now is NOT the time to go this alone. Too much is at stake. We need each other, a tribe, a group we can count on to tell us the truth and provide resources to help us navigate troubled waters.

Let’s be bold and take a minute to think about business after COVID-19. The world will look different. What are you doing today that will leave a positive imprint on the altered landscape to come? There is no playbook or cookie-cutter plan. With whom can you cycle through ideas and confidently lead into the unknown?

A free resource for your business. C-12, an international organization serving CEOs worldwide, is headquartered right here in San Antonio. They have answered the call and understand that this is not business as usual. C12 gathers thousands of Christian CEOs and business owners in Peer Advisory Groups across the globe. These leaders help each other make better decisions, avoid costly mistakes, create solid plans for growth and thrive in their calling to create impact beyond the bottom line.

They are sharing wisdom, best practices, strategic thinking and resources with you, free of charge, as their response to this crisis.

Each week, until further notice, they are hosting a weekly executive briefing to share resources and testimonies with business owners just like you. They are inviting you in. You no longer have to face this alone. And all of the content in the Briefings are free to download and share, so you can even pay it forward and pass it along to other leaders that would benefit.

You can sample some of their content by clicking the link below, and if you like what you see and hear, you can sign up to be notified each week once a new briefing is ready. We encourage you to take part. There is just too much is at stake.


C12 Weekly Briefing


C12 Group




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