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Genre: Christian Leadership
Rufus Chambers is a dynamic business & ministry professional with over 20 years of experience who built a successful career in the construction industry. He has an expertise in Project Management and a teaching gift that empowers leaders and individuals to overcome challenges and achieve greatness. He has worked on numerous construction projects in the role of an Owner’s Representative, General Contractor, Construction Manager, and Construction Manager at Risk.
As a dedicated ministry leader with significant corporate and ministry achievements, Rufus has been afforded the opportunity to make significant inroads in the communities of Oakland, Pittsburg, and Richmond. These inroads consist of partnering with local school districts, faith-based organizations, non-profit agencies, and law enforcement agencies in serving the previously mentioned communities. Rufus resides in Los Angeles with his wife of over 15 years, and they have 2 beautiful daughters together.
Does Your Vision Need An Engineer? It is a simple question with an answer that may seem to be obvious. Countless people have dreams and visions, but few are able to translate them into a practical plan that can followed. Rufus Chambers takes readers on a journey of understanding how to connect a plan of action to their divinely inspired vision. If you are struggling with understanding what to do next or who to recruit to join your team, this is the book for you. There is nothing more frustrating than having a vision but being clueless on how to actively pursue. Rufus will take you into the mind of a vision engineer, whose singular focus is creating a strategic plan that can systematically execute vision.
“The height, depth, and width of your vision require careful measurements, analysis, building materials, skill, precision, engineering, and strategic execution to become a tangible
reality. Several of us discount the process and the investment needed to see our visions come to fruition.
After your vision is clearly defined, it is ready to be engineered into an executable strategic plan that requires a certain amount of time and resources. Countless individuals struggle in this crucial next step.”