As we set out to rewrite our eulogies, I want to invite you on a journey of discovering what you were born to do, and bringing that vision to life.
You won't know God's full reasoning immediately, and you may never know it until you're face to face with Him. Until then, we are called to know and understand that suffering is a path we must walk in the marketplace to get to the place God needs us for His will.
It seems like the closer I get to the Vision that God has for my entrepreneurial career, the fight to stay on track gets...
God wants to turn you and I lose to use us for much greater things. If you haven't gotten this bug yet, then you will. God's still tweaking a few things in you, then he'll reveal.
We Godpreneurs have a destiny, a calling, a job assignment, a vision from God to do something great within our passion and purpose.
We need the blessing of our Father in our businesses. It doesn't mean he's going to rain down money and clients immediately, but it does mean that God could hold back opportunities. There's also a 'peace' that comes from knowing we're doing God's will, and a 'guilt' that comes from knowing we're not in obedience.
We Godpreneurs have the ability to be a light for others to see God in us. I had a client tell me once thought he thought I was a fortune teller, but I quickly corrected him and said that was God within me.
We all have a vision that is part of God's vision. But what if we can't see what that is? We've become masters at separating the work side from our spiritual side. We entrepreneurs are great at leading, taking charge, and (most of the times) not even bringing God into the decision making.
We entrepreneurs get visions and our natural instinct is to bring that vision to life right away. I know, I've done it myself! We skip over that business planning side of things. We shoot first and ask questions later. We release products without surveying if our clients even want it. We go off our...vision.
As a company that's in charge of making someone's website and logo, there's a lot of things that can go wrong in the process. In...