There’s a proverb that instructs:
“Think about Him in all your ways, and He will guide you on the right paths.” 
Do we functionally acknowledge, consider, and think about Him when making decisions in our business, voting for public officials, marketing our product or service, revisiting conflict at the office, or making crucial people decisions?
Or do we simply adopt the standards and methods which everyone else uses?
Do we work to allow Him to guide us?
Or do we thoughtlessly rush into things allowing our default modus operandi be driven by our pop-culture and the latest business gurus?
Do we trust Him that making decisions in the name of Jesus and for the sake of what is right, and which might cost us something, will put us on right paths? Are we really ready to let our faith inform our work in a way which is costly?
Or do we just say we trust him with our whole lives, but when the rubber meets the road we adopt “secular” practices which, and if we were honest with ourselves, are not the ways God would have us do it.
There’s nothing wrong with learning from others, seeking counsel, or even learning frameworks and best practices from the world around us (because unfortunately there’s no book in the bible that talks about effective cold emailing tactics). But until we learn to filter all that we take in and then all that we do — that is, our actions and decisions and intentions — through a Christ-centered worldview, then why would we believe we are on the right path?
Until we recalibrate the framework through which we conduct ourselves outside the walls of the church and in our daily lives, continually asking ‘why' until we get to our underlying intentions and weigh these intentions against the highest good of those around us, then why would we believe we’re heading in the right direction?
If you’re reading this, then you likely desire to be an intentional leader who walks with integrity and honor. Let’s let our intention inform the way we approach business through the lens of our faith as well.