This week on the podcast, I’ll be talking about making decisions. Some decisions are no-brainers. Some decisions are difficult. How do you you’re making the right decision? And how do you know you’re making the right decision at the right time? I’ll talk about some important decisions I’ve made and discuss guidelines to help you make better decisions now and in the future.
One important decision I made this month was to take Podcasting AtoZ again as an alumni. Last time around, Cliff Ravenscraft helped me to successfully launch the Providence Coaching Podcast and this month, I’m focusing on developing online courses, group coaching and webinars to help people fulfill their calling. If you’re interested in taking the next Podcasting AtoZ class in January, you can use my affiliate code “Providence” to receive a $99 discount.
Along with some of the changes I’m making in my business came the realization that I have been placing too little value on myself. Without being proud or self-effacing (the flip-side of pride), God had to remind me that it’s important to see myself as He sees me.
God esteemed you and me of such great value that He gave His only Son in exchange, giving us the legal right and privilege to stand before a Holy God. Being a doormat is neither humble nor holy. Jesus loved and served God’s people in humility while at the same time, walking in His true authority. What does that look like in real life? I’ll be discussing that on the podcast as well as how you can know you’re making a good decision or a decision you’ll regret later.
As always, thank you for listening. I appreciate your encouragement and support. If you haven’t already, please sign up for the Providence Coaching Newsletter. I’m working on some resources that I believe will help you simplify the process of finding and fulfilling your purpose. Until next time, be blessed, make good decisions and keep moving forward!
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