As we move closer and closer to the Second Coming of the Lord Jesus Christ, more and more people around the globe are finding their attention drawn The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, to members of this worldwide religion (wherever they may live), and to the center of the Church in Salt Lake City (as well as the entire state of Utah).
In fact, the prophet Isaiah wrote that in the last days “… the mountain of the LORD’s house shall be established in the top of the mountains … and all nations shall flow unto it.” (Isa. 2:1—5)
And Brigham Young (in quoting Isaiah) spoke of the remote and often desolate land known then as the State of Deseret and prophesied that Utah would one day “blossom like a rose.” 🌹
As the founder, editor and publisher of Deseret Business Watch, I am doing what little I can to draw attention to the greater business community throughout Utah, to Zion, and to the State of Deseret. In doing so, one of my hopes is that in some small way I might be able to help Latter-day Saints — from business owners to consumers — to learn about (and profit from) the successes and failures of Utah’s business community.
In a similar way, I am also hopeful that individuals everywhere may learn about ways the State of Deseret is “blossoming like a rose,” both figuratively and literally.
So … I invite you to visit Deseret Business Watch and check out such in-depth Feature Stories as
Don’t Sleep on Overstock,
Why Rural Utah Isn’t Blossoming Yet, or
The Top 10 Sports Businesses in Utah, as well as
one of our Week-in-Review issues, such as last week’s
Naturally, if you like what you find there, I hope you’ll become a Subscriber. It’s free. Or feel free to Share a DBW issue with others if you come across an article you especially like. Or Comment. You know the drill.
In the meantime, my sincere thanks to Mormon Life Hacker owner, John Dye, for inviting me to become a contributor to MLH.
And thanks to you for letting me become a small part of the MLH community.
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About the Author
David Politis is a Marketing Mercenary, which is a fancy way of saying that organizations and individuals hire him to solve their marketing problems. To learn more, please feel free to visit David’s LinkedIn Profile or the website for his business: The David Politis Company. If you have a story idea for him (or would just like to connect), you can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.