Are you walking in your purpose?

Do you know each of us has a particular purpose?  A purpose that fulfills you and shares your gifts & talents with the world?  Walking in purpose helps you feel satisfied, needed and for the most part, complete.

Did you also know that people are waiting for you to walk in your purpose? That’s right, walking in your purpose has just as much to do with the people you are called to help and influence as it does with you being happy.

You will always touch other lives when you’re doing what you were created to do. It doesn’t matter if you’re the next Steve Jobs, a teacher or a stay-at-home mom.  What a great thought that you will change someone’s life because you are who you were meant to be! You could very well be carrying someone else’s miracle inside you right now.

Here’s the thing y’all, walking in your purpose is NOT just about being well-known or making a lot of money.  It IS about touching every life you are meant to reach and bringing everything you are made to bring into the world; every gift, every word, every invention, every drop of love, compassion and attention to every human who is meant to receive it.

I’m encouraging you to dust off your dreams, let go of your fears and start doing what you are called to do. Don’t fret if you’re not sure what you’re called to do.  It’s not as hard as you think to find out and we’ll talk about how to do it soon.  Just remember people are waiting for you to step out and walk in your purpose.

 

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We’ve got your back Robin



Not only is Robin Roberts a southern girl (Pass Christian, Mississippi) she’s also a big hearted, warm, beautiful individual who always carries herself with great grace.  I’ve stuck with Good Morning America instead of switching to The Today Show because of her and the reporting that she does. 
This morning Robin announced she is facing a new health fight.  This time with MDS, a rare blood disorder that can be caused by chemotherapy which was used to help her beat a breast cancer diagnosis five-years ago.  

Robin, me and so many others, I’m sure, are praying for you.  We’ll continue to believe God for you complete restoration to health.  Your faith and your grace shine through each day on the broadcast and you make me proud to call myself a southern woman.  I feel like I know you, like you’re somebody I would sit on the front porch with underneath some big ole ferns looking at the crepe myrtles and laughing while we drink some tea and wave to the cars passing by. 

You’ll be in my prayers.  Not only for a speedy recovery but also for peace, strength and rest as you walk this journey.