I know I am not alone in having had this type of experience.  You know, when God gives you a divine download, or an idea, a vision to execute, but in the execution things don’t go exactly as planned.  You get it done, but question whether it was good enough, or if you should attempt a do-over.

Have you been there?

In this weeks episode, I am sharing about an experience I had with an event, and what I learned about how two of the words I had been using to “quantify” my work was belittling it, and in many cases causing me to despise the work i was doing.

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Key Takeaways:

  • Just because things don’t look or feel the way you expected them to doesn’t mean you are out of alignment with your divine assignment.
  • Only and just are two words reminiscent of a lack mindset and the lack mindset has to GO.
  • If there is one person who shows up or you are called to serve, recognize this is THE ONE.

Scriptures Mentioned:

Isaiah 55:8

Zechariah 4:10

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