Regi Campbell heads Seedsower Investments, a private fund which invests in start up service businesses. Over the past 23 years, Regi Campbell has been involved in founding 15 companies, 14 of which still operate today. He has served as CEO four times, in companies from start up to $100m in sales. He has led 8 successful acquisitions and been involved in the successful sale of 5 companies.
Campbell’s experience has been leveraged in the non-profit arena as well, having assisted in the launch of of Camp Highland, Good Samaritan Health Center of Cobb, High Tech Ministries and Bravehearts, a ministry aimed at helping college students avoid and/or break out of sexual addiction. Regi has also released a book that describes how he has found meaning and purpose by integrating his faith into his work: About My Father’s Business: Taking Your Faith to Work.
Regi is an elder at North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, GA, and has been married to his wife for 38 years. They have two married children and three grandchildren.
“THE FEAR OF THE LORD IS THE BEGINNING OF WISDOM, AND THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE HOLY ONE IS UNDERSTANDING”—PROVERBS 9:10
Decision, n. 1) A making up of one’s mind; Resolution. 2) A settling of a question; A giving of judgment. 3) Verdict. 4) Firmness and determination.
Good, adj. 1) Having high quality, superior. 2) As it ought to be; Right; Proper. 3) Desirable. 4) Honorable; Worthy. 5) Beneficial.
WHAT KINDS OF DECISIONS DO WE FACE?
RESOURCES FOR DECISION MAKING
WHAT ARE SOME OF THE MAJOR OBSTACLES TO GOOD DECISION MAKING?
“IF ANY OF YOU LACKS WISDOM, LET HIM ASK OF GOD, WHO GIVES TO ALL LIBERALLY AND WITHOUT REPROACH, AND IT WILL BE GIVEN TO HIM.” JAMES 1:15
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