Episode 12: Overcoming the Father Wound


In today’s world, where the divorce rates are high and fatherlessness abounds; those who were blessed to grow up with a present, engaged, and loving father, have much to be grateful for. However, those who didn’t often carry into adulthood a pain that is both profound and crippling. This pain, for the adult child, often carries over into relationships, career, and how God is viewed. This… is the father wound. In this episode of The Thriving on Purpose Podcast, we want to delve deep into the devastating consequences an absent, irresponsible, or abusive dad can leave. But, having overcome our own father wound, we especially want to share 5 steps that will enable you to overcome this negative legacy and turn it around in a glorious way! If you had a less-than-exemplary father, this is one episode you do not want to miss. And if you didn’t… it will make you appreciate your dad even more!

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Episode 11: A Survival Guide For Entrepreneurs With Children


Have you ever tried to write an important email while a toddler was climbing on you? If so, you are probably part of the mompreneur and dadpreneur club. We all know being an entrepreneur today is challenge enough, but add children to the mix, and it will test your mettle and stretch you to your limit! The last thing we want is for you to snap under the added strain this unique challenge brings. To that end, in this episode of the Thriving on Purpose Podcast, we will give you tips and guidelines to help all of you out there who happen to be Entrepreneurs… with Children!

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Episode 10: The 9 Types of Intelligences


In this episode, we are going to talk about The 9 Types of Intelligences. The way we now understand human intelligence is so much more distinctive than back in the day when I.Q. tests was pretty much the only measure we had. With the theory of Multiple Intelligences, Howard Gardner revolutionized the field of Quantitative Intelligence (I.Q.) when his theory (and book) was released in 1983.
So, if you’ve never heard of this theory, get ready for a personal growth treat! After listening to this episode of The Thriving on Purpose Podcast, you’ll inevitably reach two conclusions:
1- You’re smarter than you thought
2- Others are not as dumb as you thought

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Episode 9: How to Find Your Purpose


This week’s Thriving on Purpose Podcast Episode is going to be about this most important question: How to Find Your Purpose? There are 4 simple questions you can ask yourself to get a pretty good grasp on what you are here for. These questions (or steps if you prefer) have been talked about, written about, even philosophized about. The greatest thought-leaders on the planet have addressed how to find your purpose time and again, and these four questions are almost always at the center of the discussion. Those who dared to ask themselves those questions, and have answered them honestly, are those who Thrive on Purpose. It is our hope that you will do the same after this important episode.

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Episode 8: The Love of Money and The Pride of Poverty


Is it wrong for a Christian to be prosperous? Money is a huge subject matter in the life of the believer. There are 2500 Scriptures on how to handle money and possessions in the bible. Yes, that many. However, many believers have the wrong perception, mindset, and approach when it comes to money. And while most would say there is nothing wrong with a christian to be rich; many secretly think that it is… harder for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven. In this episode, we will tackle two major sins for the Christian Entrepreneur and money: The Love of Money and The Pride of Poverty. We will also debunk the five biggest myths about money and believers. So buckle up and join us as we take a candid look at cash and Christians.

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