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On today’s episode…

I decided to do an episode on this is because it is a misconception that I held for a long time.

This very pervasiveness concept that I held, and I find when I talk to women – especially Christian women of color – is that we are not allowed to desire things. 

I thought that this was based on Bible verses I had heard over the years.  This could not be further from the truth of the word of God.

I thought that I was just supposed to sit around and God would somehow make all the decisions for me and I forgot to move in my life.

I know that you guys have probably had similar thoughts.

Like, what do I want? I’m I allowed to want stuff? And the answer is yes.

I want to convince you of that today. That you are allowed to want stuff.

Then, I want you to start spending some time thinking about what you want and putting it on paper, writing about what you want.

So writing the vision and making it plain.

In this episode, I discuss:

  • The power of messy first steps
  • Ordered steps

Mentioned in this episode:
Episode 001: Profiles in Purpose
Episode 002: Profiles in Purpose (Part 2)
Dear God by Bunmi Laditan


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