Is Your Faith Completely Naked?
Running a business can be tough.
When someone says no to your joint venture request, you feel rejected. When someone unsubscribes from your list, you feel sad. When your product launch doesn’t meet your goals, you worry. When someone requests a refund, you feel angry.
Some decide that running a business is just not for them. The frustrations and disappointments are just too much to handle.
But you’re not like that.
What you need is to replace your fears with faith. In fact, you need to exhibit more naked faith.
Naked faith is what separates those who become successful in business and those who do not. Naked faith is believing in your ideas when no one else will.
Ultimately, naked faith is an authentic, transparent and raw trust that Someone bigger than you is guiding your steps, helping to turn your wounds into unmeasured wealth.
Now’s not the time to give up. The marketplace needs you. Instead, it’s time to uncover your naked faith.
My friend, Leesa Barnes, is hosting a blog series featuring faith-centered entrepreneurs providing advice on how to add more naked faith to your business.
These faith-centered entrepreneurs are men and women who are bestselling publishers, success coaches, association directors, solopreneurs, online community managers, motivational speakers, entrepreneurs who have been on their own journey to add more faith to their sales, marketing and customer service.
Beginning on April 2, 2012, Leesa and her guest authors (including yours truly) will provide you with tips over a 30-day period. You’ll also get action steps that you can take each day to help you on your journey to reintegrate more faith into your business.
Are you ready to get naked with your faith?
Go to http://tinyurl.com/7yctgub to add yourself to the announcement list so you can join the community of other faith-centered entrepreneurs.
I love, love, LOVE what’s been coming in so far in terms of testimonies and feedback. I can’t wait to share your video piece with the world, Diane, and I pray that this series blesses many. NACWE members are more than welcomed to review the series at http://tinyurl.com/7yctgub and please leave your own testimonies as we move through the 30-days.