“The only way to do great work is to love what you do.”
The fastest way to launch a successful business is to discover what your passionate about and then figure out how to get someone to pay you to do it. Entrepreneurs today have far more competition than ever before, however, they also have more access to potential clients through social media and the internet.
The key to getting in the race is to find what you love to do and the ability to convey that to potential clients. Resilience is important too, but it’s like a muscle, and just like muscles it gets tired. When that happens, it’s much easier to keep going if you are passionate about what you doing.
Fortunately, you can remove the likelihood of overexerting your emotional reservoir by finding your niche. Here are five exercises to help you uncover your passion and discover your niche. Continue reading “5 Creativity Exercises to find your Passion and Discover your Niche”
According to the dictionary Purpose is:
the reason for which something exists or is done, made, used, etc., an intended or desired result; end; aim; goal, determination; resoluteness.
In the book Purpose Driven Life, Rick Warren says only the creator of something can tell you it’s purpose. Think about all the gadgets and gadgets we have, if someone from 100, 50, or in some cases even just 25 years ago came back they would have no idea what a can opener, television, cellphone even is must less what it’s for. If we weren’t there to explain it, they would have two choices ask the maker or refer to the users manual. The same is true for us, if we are trying to figure out our purpose we have 2 choices, ask the maker or refer to the owner’s manual. Continue reading “What is your purpose? What about a Greater Purpose?”
You can find the virtual summit HERE. We are living through a challenging time, so I have brought together 12 amazing speakers and your host, Elizabeth Clamon to have conversations about times they have had their faith tested. This summit is based on the story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego found in Daniel 3:12-27. We believe this is a time of a renewing of our faith in God and we want to encourage and inspire you to hold tight to faith and trust in God just like Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego did and in the end they came through the fire and didn’t even smell like smoke! And we believe through faith we will all come through the challenge of Covid-19 we are currently living through and the challenges ahead we will triumph through faith.
Continue reading “Faith through the Fire Virtual Summit”
Is Your Story full of Limits?
What exactly is limiting beliefs?
The definitions are: limit-to restrict or restrain; confining belief-your opinion or conviction
When you label yourself, you limit yourself!
Things you say to yourself like; I’m to old. I’m to fat. I’m not smart enough. Etc…
You don’t get to chose the situation but You chose the story!
My brethren, count it all joy when ye fall into divers temptations; Knowing this, that the trying of your faith worketh patience. But let patience have her perfect work, that ye may be perfect and entire, wanting nothing
Continue reading “How to Count it all Joy; Even when it’s Not What’s your Story? (Part One)”
First off according to the dictionary joy is the emotion of great delight or happiness caused by something exceptionally good or satisfying. It’s a source or cause of keen pleasure or delight; something or someone you greatly valued or appreciate. It’s the expression or display of glad feelings, a state of happiness.
Scripture tells us that joy comes from the Lord. That’s is delighting in Him and all He has done for you. Joy is a choice. We get to choose how we are going to react to situations, people, and all the other things we come across in this life. I have included in this article some of my favorite scriptures on Joy and made this post easy for you to print so you can put these scriptures in an area where you can read them several times a day. The best way to choose Joy is to focus on the source of our Joy.
Continue reading “What is Joy? Where do we get it?”