It doesn’t take much to motivate some folks. They are intrinsically excited to move forward with passion. Their vision is clear, and they remain focused on achieving their goals. There are others, however, who have the vision and the passion, but their fears outnumber the reasons why they should keep moving forward. They lack the courage to keep going because they don’t know where this road will take them. They’re fearful that they’ll be labeled a copycat or even a failure. These are all legitimate fears. But are you willing to defer or abandon your dreams because of a little fear?
Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the LORD your God will be with you wherever you go. ~Joshua 1:9
Being strong and courageous doesn’t mean that you aren’t fearful; it simply means that you know who has your back, who knows the way, and who travels with you. The journey may even seem lonely sometimes, but God sticks closer than a brother and wants to hear from you. Go to him in prayer, and tell him what’s on your mind. Ask him to guide you through this uncertain season as you fight the urge to tarry. Be the girl who takes the next step that leads to her destiny.
Five Ways to Go For It
- Pray for divine guidance. Mark 11:24
- Write down the vision that God reveals. Habukkuk 2:2
- Ask for help to achieve your goals. John 15:7
- Thank God for his vision and provision. Matthew 6:26
- Repeat steps 1-4.
This is a tried and true method that I use each day. Stepping out on faith to become a Certified Life Coach was a tough decision. I knew that God had given me this vision to minister to women, but most days it just seemed too big for me. I feared that I might fail. I feared that I’d be called a copycat or a bandwagoneer, but God whispered peace and assured me that I was on the right track. He removed my fears and replaced them with a promise that he had already put his plan in motion. He showed me how all my experiences to date were necessary for me to be the Coach he wants me to be. He told me that I am that girl who goes for it, and you can be her too. Take the next step. Reach out to me when you’re ready, but don’t wait too long. I’d love to be your Coach. After all, we’re Better Twogether. ❤
Scripture reminds us of many things, but this message is truly life-saving.
Therefore encourage one another and build one another up, just as you are doing. ~ 1 Thessalonians 5:11
We should all be in the construction business — building, pouring, and shaping ourselves and others into the masterpiece God envisioned. Words have the power to heal, and your actions can speed up the healing process.
Every person has experienced something that delays construction — stormy weather, layoffs, and lack of resources. Today I encourage you to be a Trailblazer who shows up no matter what the weather is like. Be a Trailblazer who volunteers her time –whether invited to do so or not. Today I encourage you to freely give your time and talents to those who need them most. That’s what Trailblazers do — they do ordinary things in extraordinary ways. Always remember that we’re Better Twogether.
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Good morning, friends! As I reflect this morning, I’m so grateful to serve as a Women’s Leadership Coach. What a blessing it is to help women take their wildest dreams and transform them into a vision. From there, we backwards map our route to realizing those dreams. Hearing God’s voice allows me to help move them from where they are to where they want to go. I merely serve as their facilitator.
As an experienced educator and administrator, Coach Michelle has been a blessing in the lives of students and the faculties she has supervised. Her empathetic, yet straightforward style has positively impacted many. She is now using this expertise, along with a faith based approach, to make a positive impact as a certified life coach. Coach Michelle applies biblical principles to today’s problems to create positive, workable solutions. I highly recommend Coach Michelle! ~Rodgers Speaks
Today is the day to take a step in another direction — toward your destiny. Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up your FREE Discovery Call and to take advantage of this limited time offer. Let’s blaze a trail to excellence twogether.
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What was your first thought when you read the title of this post? Was it positive or negative? Did you conjure up any images when you read it? If you didn’t then, I bet you are now. What does help look like to you? Do you see the cavalry coming on horseback to rescue you? Perhaps you see a trusted friend or parent coming to your aid. Though most might see help as a good thing, there are some who view help as negative — a sign of weakness. Scripture reminds us that help is truly a good thing.
Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor:
10 If either of them falls down, one can help the other up. But pity anyone who falls
and has no one to help them up. ~Ecclesiastes 4:9-10
It is a blessing to have people in our lives who are available and willing to help during our times of need. The only responsibility we have is knowing when to say when and actually making the call. There’s no shame in asking for help. Giving someone the opportunity to serve you in this capacity may in fact be an answer to his or her prayers. As I always say, we aren’t meant to navigate this world alone. We’re so much Better Twogether.