If there is one thing that amazes me the most about God, it’s His goodness. It’s beyond me. And His promises…they astonish me. I’m always encouraged to know that God sent His only Son to us so that we may have and enjoy life, and have it in abundance (to the full, till it overflows).
And it’s knowing that that gives me the courage and enthusiasm to approach each day with an expectancy of great things to come. It’s knowing that that gives me the confidence to trust that God will provide me with everything I need to do all that he’s called me to do in my business and in my life.
And part of that which God gives us as entrepreneurs, is our gifts.
Whether you’re willing to admit or not, you were created with skills, talents, and abilities that are truly unique to you and your business. They are part of your winning difference, and they are part of your purpose. You should be pleased with your gifts. You should appreciate them.
But is it possible to appreciate your gifts so much, you forget the importance of the One who gave them to you? And what if you do, what does that mean from a spiritual perspective?
In this week’s podcast, I’m going to share one spiritual mistake that we entrepreneurs are extremely prone to making so that you can increase your awareness of this tendency. And, I’ll share the key spiritual truth for keeping yourself from falling into this danger.
And…please make sure you check out this week’s “Rising Tide Spotlight.” I’ve got a TRUE GEM to share with you this week so you don’t want to miss it.
Resources mentioned in this podcast:
Jeff Goins – You Are A Writer
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