Do you want to know what goes into being a SUCCESSFUL SPEAKER? Are you an entrepreneur or coach who wants to expand your reach authentically and quickly?? – Learn what goes into establishing yourself as a Professional Speaker!
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.
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
I’m so excited to have been featured in RGH Magazine!
You can read the article in the links at the bottom of this post or read my article in the attached pictures.
I will also be featured at Rebecca Hall Gruyter‘s Summer Star event August 24, 2019. If you are near Concord, California then I would love to get you a ticket to attend, just email me at Elizabeth@ElizabethClamon.com
You can now access it instantly HERE.
Being stuck in bed is no fun for anybody but it’s especially frustrating if you have a chronic illness and have to spend almost all your time in bed. This was the case for me. I had fibromyalgia, but it wasn’t bad enough that I couldn’t function. However, in 2005 the unthinkable happened and landed me flat on my back for 12 years. We were involved in a severe auto/semi accident that left me with severe fibromyalgia and injuries so devastating that I spend the next 12 years in bed trying to figure out how to get out.
I learned a lot about having nothing but time to kill. It was one of the hardest things I’ve ever been through. Staring at the same four walls all day, looking forward to little but your next meal and meds, so the pain might ease up slightly, is not fun. However, as I was stuck there, I found things to make it a little easier. If you find yourself in that same situation I thought I would give you a list of things I found to pass the time and make living the horizontal life as bearable and easy as possible.