Tag: entrepreneurship

No Excuses, It’s Time To Execute

No excuses! It’s time to execute. Many of us, have faced headwinds and obstacles, in our faith walk, as we pursued our God Given purpose. There may have been times when we’ve faced headwinds so strong that the attack tried to cripple your faith. The enemy’s purpose is to deter you from walking in and… Read more »

An Open Letter to Christian Creatives and Entrepreneurs

Are you passionate about something? Do you see an intersection of your passions and giftings? Do you look for opportunities to use your passion and gifts to love and serve others? If yes, this message is for you. Have you ever thought that God could be calling you to be an entrepreneur? Do you realize… Read more »

Supernatural Tools to Propel You Forward

Article By Ana Werner, author of The Seer’s Path published by Destiny Image. You’ve gotta love the suddenlies of God! Suddenly, I was taken up into a vision in which the Lord showed me a propelling motion that is happening all over the earth. In the vision I was walking up a hill, and surrounding the hill… Read more »

9 Ways to Overcome Procrastination

overcome procrastination

We all procrastinate from time to time. Procrastination occurs when we avoid tasks that we find unpleasant. Even if we perform other work-related tasks instead of the ones we dislike, we are guilty of procrastination. Unfortunately, procrastination will hinder our long-term success. With the proper skills, you can overcome procrastination. Procrastination is like putting a frog into a pot of… Read more »

Never give up. Failure is crucial to success

Here’s Why Failure Is Crucial to Success: Failure is a funny thing, but what’s funnier is discovering one’s skewed definition of failure. Failure is the opposite and the same thing as success. Failure is a part of life. Moment by moment failure encapsulates the life. Anyone at any given point can be a winner or… Read more »

We are created to create

In 2007 I was working at a big bank in New York City when something occurred to me. I hated it. It wasn’t an instantaneous revelation. It creeped up on me over a period of time as I commuted in and out of the city going to work at a job that I simply did… Read more »