Have you ever started something, like a new project or business idea, only to feel like you sucked at it?
But what if we looked at this as a sign of growth and as the universe or a higher power telling us, “Hey, this isn’t right for you! There’s something else you’re meant to do“.
That changes things up a bit, eh?
Well, that’s what we get into on this episode of Imperfection with Intention.
We’re here today because it’s an episode of Tuesday Talks where I chat with other goal-getters talking about what got them started going after their calling, how they find the motivation to keep going when times are tough and how they step into their purpose.
I’m talking with Courage Molina, a courage coach, speaker, and a published author. She helps women of faith to overcome any obstacle and achieve every goal so they can live an abundant life.
You bet we get into all that and more in this conversation.
LISTEN TO THE EPISODE
- Courage talks about how it was her personal struggle and triumph that gave her a new direction when it came to entrepreneurship.
- She went through depression when a close relative died, but what pulled her out was her faith. Then she felt the calling to help other women out of the darkness through their faith, too. But she didn’t feel like she had the right to because she had thoughts like “how could I go lead a faith community and with MY past and attitude?”
- She drops some golden advice about how to tell if you’re avoiding your true calling, rejection and more.
I’D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU
How are you re-framing your mindset around starting perfectly and failure? Let me know in the comments below or on Instagram (I’m @MonicaChats).
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