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October 1, 2019

God Created You On Purpose For A Purpose

There is fulfillment waiting for you in work that you love.


 

I’ll never forget how I felt working at my first real job out of college. It was corporate and negative and depressing and boring. It was a lot like the movie Office Space, honestly.

Now, I know your first job won’t be your dream job, but I felt like I died a little inside each day. And even though I was only 22 at the time, I thought to myself, There has to be more out there than this.

I talk with women every day across this country asking the same question I asked back then: “Is there more out there for me than this? Is there more than working a J-O-B and collecting a paycheck?”

Maybe you’ve been asking the same thing. Maybe you’re in a job you don’t love and you’re ready for something more. Maybe you’ve been doing the corporate world for a while and you’re ready to go out on your own, do your own thing, make your own schedule, and call your own shots.

Maybe you’ve been wondering if there’s more. I want you to know that there is.

You can tap into your God-given gifts to do work that matters, that makes you come alive, and that makes an impact at the same time.

If you want it, there is more for you out there. You don’t have to spend your one life doing something you hate. You can tap into your God-given gifts to do work that matters, that makes you come alive, and that makes an impact at the same time—where you don’t dread Mondays and where work doesn’t really even feel like work.

And guess what? You can actually get paid doing the thing you love. I know because I’ve not only done that myself, but I’ve also helped thousands of other women do it as well. There is more for you than just getting by. There is fulfillment waiting for you in work that you love.

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  • Mary Little says:

    I have been trying several different things over the years and still don’t feel I am doing what I should be doing and could make decent money at. But I don’t feel I know what that is. I am struggling because I am older and need to figure this out.
    I have your book and have tried to gear it towards some of the things I have been doing (a business to organize/help people downsize ( HeartsDesireServices.com) and recently became a Realtor). I know I am not the sales person type but I do enjoy helping people and their homes and business – but maybe it more or the marketing, confidence and overcoming fear that I really need help with.

  • Jill Koenig at LiveYourDreams.com says:

    Working for other people felt like death to me, too. I just could not stand it. I had my first job when I was 13 years old flipping burgers and I learned a lot and always gave my best. I’ve had my own business since I was in my early 20s and I earned my first $ Million dollars by age 30. That could never have been my reality at a job working for someone else. I found coaches and mentors who challenged me to transform my limiting beliefs and I’ve never looked back. I now am able to pay that forward by coaching others with the same dreams. If you’re committed to your dreams and making them real, keep the faith and you can have your dreams, too, whatever they are.

    Live Your Dreams