Some people naturally love to plan, to be disciplined and to set 90-day objectives. And then there's the rest of us. If you struggle to set and achieve goals, then this episode is for you!
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We learn best when we're asking questions and listening. On today's episode, we've got 5 priceless questions to ask yourself as you make plans for 2016. You can download the questions at EOPurpose.com/podcast.
On this episode, we talk about the essential elements to experiencing the best year of your life. Access the free resources Jeff mentions by CLICKING HERE.
On this episode, we reflect on the wonder of Christmas...and how sometimes we have to be intentional to experience it.
On today's episode, we talk with Robyn Stutts, the director of Young Life in Northwest Arkansas. She talks about overseeing a ministry that's seen tremendous growth over the past eight years and how she manages that along with still being a wife, mom and grandmother.
What if in 2016, you could have your own personal board of advisors who were committed to helping you achieve your most important goals for the year? We'll talk about how that can actually happen on today's episode.
On today's episode, we talk with Paul McGinnis, a former VP of Marketing with Ecolab. He shares his story of feeling restless in his career and the process of leaving his position to live into God's calling.
On this episode, we discuss living passionately and powerfully as a couple to advance God's kingdom together.
As a mom, you're pulled in lots of directions. If you're also working in the corporate world, you know how tough it can be to handle all the demands at work and at home. Some women make the decision to transition out of corporate life to becoming entrepreneurs or freelancers. Could that be you, too? Today we'll talk to Ginger Helm, a woman who successfully navigated the transition from corporate to Mompreneur.
"As a burgeoning communicator, I observed that the greatest speakers didn't just tell better stories, they actually made the stories better by living them first." --John Maxwell
None of us want to live through the "dips," but that's often where the best stories are formed. We'll talk about that on this episode.
On this episode, we want to talk to those of you who are tired of good intentions and New Year's resolutions that just don't go anywhere. Is there a way to stop spinning your wheels and see real progress? There is! And we'll share how.
On today's episode, we share some Thanksgiving memories and we learn about Jeff's secret passion.
"Your job is to create a vision that makes you want to jump out of bed in the morning, if it doesn't, go back to bed until you have a bigger dream." --Lewis Hawes
Does your vision or dream cause you to jump out bed in the morning? If not, we talk about what to do on today's episode.
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On today's episode, we talk with President and CEO of CauseGear, Brad Jeffery. Their mission is to transform the lives of one million people trapped in unfathomable poverty and injustice to become self-sustaining. Contact him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
On today's episode, we talk with Pastor Jim Candy who discovered he was gifted to start things, not maintain them. That changed the direction of his life and ministry. Jim is the co-founder and co-pastor of Ascent Community Church in the Boulder area of Colorado where he lives with his wife and two sons.
"When everything seems to be going against you, remember the airplane takes off against the wind, not with it." --Henry Ford, founder of Ford Motor Company
On today's episode, we talk about what Henry Ford said and how to keep going as entrepreneurs when the way is hard and we feel like quitting.
"For when men are out of their proper callings in any society it is as if a joint were out of place in the body." Puritan, William Perkins
Have you ever considered the fact that when a Christian entrepreneur doesn't live into God's calling, there's a cost to society? We're missing out on the products or service they could provide.
We talk about it on today's episode.
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On today's episode we talk about the "What?" and the "How?" of launching a business on the side. We get really practical and are also offering a free resource, the "Entrepreneur on Purpose Toolbox...build a business for under $100." You'll find the toolbox at: EOPurpose.com
"Some people are willing to put in the effort to be great at something, most people, by definition, are mediocre." --Seth Godin, author and blogger
On today's episode, we talk about what it looks like to become great at something rather than settling for mediocre.
On this episode, we talk with author, coach and fitness expert, Stacy Cargnelutti, about the importance of believing the truth to experience the life and the business you really want. You can contact Stacey at: email@example.com
On today's episode, Jeff and I tackle a subject with both feel passionately about--bold women with big dreams. From the women we married to women we've worked with to women in our audience...we want to help women live into their calling and experience God's best for them. We invite you to join the Entrepreneur on Purpose Community on Facebook by CLICKING HERE. Also, don't miss our free live training (CLICK HERE TO REGISTER) on Thursday, October 22 at 11:00 central, 10:00 mountain time.
"It was by faith that Abraham obeyed when God called him to leave home and go to another land that God would give him as his inheritance. He went without knowing where he was going." (Hebrews 11:8)
As entrepreneurs who want to follow God's leading, we'll find that sometimes we're just not sure where we're going or what to do next. We'll talk about it on today's episode of Entrepreneur on Purpose Quote of the Day.
On today's episode, we talk with Rick West, the CEO and co-founder of Field Agent, a company that's changing the way the world collects business information and insights. Before founding Field Agent, Rick worked for P&G for sixteen years. Check out Field Agent by clicking here. Email Rick at: Rick.West@fieldagent.net
"What woke me up and set me afire was the realization that had I died at that moment, my tombstone would read, "He Had Potential."
Steve Sorenson, Business and marketing consultant
On this episode of Entrepreneur on Purpose Quote of the Day, we'll talk about the danger of living in such a way that we never realize our potential.