Working Your Mission

Some people call it purpose, others term it a calling. Lovenia and Evelyn call it a mission. These two ladies are the founders of Working Your Mission, an inspirational/motivational company that encourages people to identify their passion, purpose, calling, mission or whatever term you use to label it, and then work it until it becomes their livelihood.

This is a topic that is cradled in my heart. I feel very strongly about people stepping out of their comfort zone to embrace that for which they live and breathe. I talk about this in depth with Lovenia and Evelyn, and you can listen to our conversation by clicking on the Working Your Mission link.

If you have a mission that you’ve been thinking of shaping into a business, or if you need to be sustained as you work your mission, or if you just want to pick up some really wise words of instruction, then you’ll want to subscribe to Working Your Mission. Regardless, Lovenia, Evelyn and I are rooting for you. You can do it!

A big THANK YOU to Lovenia and Evelyn for the great conversation and for working their own mission. God bless you ladies!

4 thoughts on “Working Your Mission

  1. I find this inspiring …it makes me look deeper into my goals…Thanks ladies for suggesting and supporting others with your ideas also it’s encouraging when you yourself apply your beliefs so thank you for sharing and exploring . Zabina Odoemenem

    • Hi Zabina, thanks for tuning in. I wish you well as you move forward with working your own mission. Anytime you need a boost, I know the ladies at Working Your Mission will have a word for you. Keep us posted on your success. You’re already there just by dreaming it!

  2. Hello. Congratulations; I loved the podcast. Gonna practice doing one thing a day toward my goal(s). Thanks for always inspiring us!

    Danette

    • Hi Danette, I’m going to mess up the quote but it goes something like “the journey of a thousand miles starts with one step.” There’s another one, a short story that goes… “How do you eat an elephant?” The answer, “One bite at a time.” And of course there’s “Rome wasn’t built in a day.” I share all this to reiterate the point that it’s the small steps that get us to that big “thing.” Focus on the small steps and keep me posted on how you’re doing. I’m rooting for you!

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