Updated: Jun 18
I own a web and graphic design company. There are so many ways to make money in this business. There are tons of markets I can focus on and hundreds of niches I can specialize in.
But which one focuses on my entrepreneurial purpose?
When someone asks me in my business “How are you guys doing?”, I say I’m busy. I’m balancing different clients, services, vendors, employees, on top of my personal life. When I focus on these things, and I’m not laser-focused on my entrepreneurial focus, all of this does seem BUSY.
But what I’ve been learning lately is that if I were to stay focused on my entrepreneurial purpose, life wouldn’t seem busy, it would seem rewarding.
See, my purpose is tied to my obedience to God and what He created me for as an entrepreneur. So focusing on my purpose really gives everything an eternal perspective, not a day-to-day view. Day to day we are busy bees. But eternally, we can rest in the fact that we are living our purpose.
Our business is in vain if it is not focused on the Lord.
Let your business actions today be a reflection of your true entrepreneurial purpose on earth.
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