Recently, I’ve been overwhelmed as I attempt to filter the content I let in. I’ve wrestled a lot to discern whether a book or a person’s blog posts I read share the same values and beliefs. I thought it may be helpful to spell out explicitly what I believe if you have that question too. We are not only all about transparency but y’all know we love to make things organized and structured too. Instead of digging around trying to
Around 11:55 PM on New Year’s Eve, most of us were probably feeling really hopeful that 2019 would be our best year yet. Maybe 2018 wasn’t so great and you just needed to believe 2019 would be different. Or maybe 2018 was great and you imagined, now that things were finally on the upswing, they’d keep getting higher. But here it is, mid-July of that year we promised would be the best year yet, and maybe it’s not? Those “Make
We know when it comes to our desire to pray more, what holds us back may be completely different based on personality types. We thought it would be fun to share some customized encouragement based on the strengths and areas of growth for each Enneagram type that Kara, our Social Manager, put together. Now, these aren’t hard and fast rules. Our prayer lives are way more personal and there are likely hundreds of things that could hold us back in
Anytime business comes up, there’s this underlying angst about trying to create something new that’s never been done before and the overwhelming feeling of having to compete. It can swallow our business before we even get it off the ground. I’ve had my own struggles with it over the years and wanted to share something that I hope will challenge and encourage all of us entrepreneurs looking to create something to share with the world.
I think there is a really big misconception hopeful entrepreneurs are fed that you can start a business working few hours. Everyone that touts margin or sells a product or course about something to help you achieve balance that I know of still hustled hard in the beginning OR before starting to get themselves financially secure to take a risk. I think those seasons of hustle and hardship are why so many want to teach a different way, but I