6 Questions to Ask Yourself to Get to Do What You Love


How to shift from your day job to your calling? So, how can you move yourself from feeling stuck in doing what you don’t like to actually doing what you love? What is the process? How long does it take? What is the cost? Is it possible?

In this episode, we’ll equip you for the task at hand by providing you with six impactful questions you’ll need to answer for yourself before you start shifting your life from your day job to your calling. Are you ready? Let’s Dig Deeper..

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The Pain of Discipline or The Pain of Regret


Jim Rohn, the late great business philosopher said: “We must all suffer from one of two pains: the pain of discipline or the pain of regret. The difference is discipline weighs ounces while regret weighs tons.”

As Kingdom believers and ambassadors of Christ in our culture, we are called to a high level of influence. To do so, we must learn the value of discipline. So let’s Dig Deeper…

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30 Major Causes of Failure (Part 2)


There are countless useful and amazing principles taught in ‘Think and Grow Rich’.
This week, we conclude our two-part series on Napoleon Hill’s list of 30 Major Causes of Failure. This part is basically cautioning you to not make these mistakes in your personal life. As we know, making the right decision even in the mate we choose can make us or break us. Tune-in for the 2nd part, which honestly is probably our favorite in the list. Find out why…

Are you ready? Let’s dig deeper…

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30 Major Causes of Failure (Part 1)


In our next two episodes, we will focus on Napoleon Hill’s list of ’30 Major Causes of Failure’. Found in the book ‘Think and Grow Rich’. As you know, failure is merely a stepping stone to success. A rite of passage. We dive deep and discuss some of our own personal lessons on failure. Make sure you listen to part 1 and part 2. Let us know which points you want to work on this year to avoid failure 🙂

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Have You Thrown Away Your Birthright to Become a Servant?

You’ve probably heard the prodigal son’s story many times since you were in Sunday school. Most of the time we are told how it relates to our rebellion, repentance, and forgiveness by our heavenly Father. But is that all we can learn from this timeless parable? Prepare to be shocked as you learn just how much of this story we have neglected.

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