Hi guys! This next featured guest is a brother from back in the day day. We actually met through blogging and it’s so amazing to see how we have both evolved since those early days. I am definitely excited to be apart of both of J’s podcasts (feel free to check out my interview from… Continue reading Life as an Entrepreneur: How I Got Started- J. Immanuel
Hello! I am continuing with my entrepreneurial series but want to give you guys a heads up that I have surprise announcement so please read all the way through! This next guest is a longtime friend and is no stranger to this platform 🙂 I’ve definitely been inspired by her journey of being a sustainable… Continue reading Life as an Entrepreneur: How I Got Started-Esperanza Gallón
Hi guys! As you know I am doing a series on entrepreneurship all month long and am super excited to introduce my second guest, Candra Evans! I have known Candra for some time now and have always admired her faith journey as she has walked out waiting in a similar fashion, yet held onto the… Continue reading Life as an Entrepreneur: How I Got Started-Candra Evans
Hi guys and Happy New Year! This year I was inspired to do a guest blog series on entrepreneurship for the month of January. You guys know that I have a unique experience of where I feel like God “dragged” me into this profession, LOL. It was not necessarily one that I chose (since I… Continue reading Life as an Entrepreneur: How I Got Started- Lisa Nichols
This weekend I had the pleasure of being interviewed by a woman who I recently connected with (shout out to Sage Da Coach from Outside the Box!). She asked me what I had learned this year from God. I instantly knew, I learned that I need others. I have been so wired to be self-reliant and independent, and a lot of times I need to be, but I am learning that I don’t need to be all the time. There are times I simply will not be able to do things all on my own, and I will need help.
I finally realized one day that the question I kept asking, “What is my purpose?” was already answered. This happened when I found myself engaging within a community of people who were on a similar mission. Like minded, driven, young, passionate people, pursuing small business. Pursuing purpose. They were building something, creating something out of nothing, and transforming their communities in the process.
Have you been there? Have you had an issue that you have been dealing with, but have not gone to God about it? Have you felt like, He has more major things to worry about in the world like this world wide pandemic, or other world affairs? The thing is, in my journey, I have numerous testimonies of God showing up for me, even in the smallest things. My friends do too! He has shown us time and time again that He is, “Intimately acquainted with all our ways” (Psalm 139:3) and that, “He cares for us” (1 Peter 5:7).
At that time, I was also still doing a lot of my workouts, thinking that I was doing less than my normal, so I was good right? Wrong. If anything I was making matters worse by slapping on my ace bandage before lifting my weights. In hindsight, I can see that my “just push through” mentality was surfacing, and so I did what came natural. But what comes “natural: isn’t always the healthiest decision. I’m learning..
In that dialogue, one of the questions was, “Have you ever had to ‘wait on God’? If so, what are some practical tools you used that helped in your wait”? Whew! Ya’ll already know what it is with me! I feel like I been waiting on Jesus FOREVA to bring this man. (Where he at Jesus??) But aside from that, just in general, God has typically used waiting in my story. Even stuff I thought was a “suddenly” was more like a, “suddenly this appeared after I had been waiting all this time”! LOL.
I had an amazing visit with a dear friend this past week. You may remember me discussing my ex roommate-turned friend-turned lifelong sister, Lianna. At one point, we were even co workers when God used her to send me my very first bookkeeping client! Talk about a divine connection! I thoroughly enjoyed her visit because… Continue reading A Measure of Success