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The Story You Tell Yourself

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The objects and sounds you choose to surround yourself with tell a story about your hopes, dreams, and fears. Even a room WITHOUT any objects on the walls reveals inner truth. Often, we converse about images and words we feed our poor overloaded brain and heart. From time to time, we discuss movies, social media and […]

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Why You See What You Say

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I’ll admit it. I am fascinated by the power of the brain. It is an incredible organ. It is fascinating the way the brain blends experiences and emotions to create beliefs. Consider also the fact that toxic thoughts look like stunted, dead wire bushes, while positive, empowering thoughts look like beautiful, vibrant trees. Along with these […]

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GRATITUDE: The #1 Requirement

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If you don’t have a heart of gratitude for what you have, you will never enjoy what you hope to have. Gratitude and appreciation are the heart and bones of building a meaningful life. Even in the most difficult parts of the journey, you can learn keys to growth and wholeness. What are you grateful for today?

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RESPECT: Value Your Journey

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Respect Yourself or No One Else WillRemarkably, there is still a lack of respect for the accomplishments we achieve as work from home women. And unfortunately, this primarily comes from other women. In particular, in an age of secular feminism, ambitious Christian women are often seen as mindless, automatons, parroting archaic beliefs about gender roles […]

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VALUES: Your Conscience Code

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By Any Other NameWhether you call them principles, morals or ideals, your values set the navigation for life’s journey. If you live in alignment with them, even if the path is hard, you will experience fulfillment. If you live out of sync with your values, everything feels like a battle. The joy you might experience […]

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COMPASSION: When you really mess up

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Compassion Overrules JudgmentGuilt. Regret. Self-hatred. Disappointment. When you feel this way about a choice you’ve made, it can be hard to find compassion for yourself and your journey. As long as we stagger under the weight of these emotions, it is hard for us to love what we do. We are embarrassed to tell our friends, […]

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CHOSEN: You are made for this

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What Does It Mean to Be Chosen?To understand you are chosen for a project brings up a lot of different emotions. I believe that first there is this incredible sense of gratitude and awe. And then, fear. Because when you are chosen – when you believe you have been CALLED and APPOINTED in a way that […]

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SERVE: Love Your Business, Again

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Ya Gotta Serve Somebody…In a previous post, I talked about the WHY of your business. This is about the WHO. And though the who can be part of your why, creating a clear distinction is important. WHO are you in business for? Who is the person you serve? Because, as Richard Paul Evans says, “you love the […]

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