The One Thing You Need to Know About Fear

Something happens every time you start something. You either finish it or you quit half way.

I'll be honest; I'm not an expert when it comes to finishing projects. In fact, I have way too many unfinished manuscripts (surprise, surprise!) on my desktop than I have completed.

But I have noticed something in me. I have an entrepreneurial streak that won't go away with dancing and watching some YouTube videos. I have also noticed that I just CAN'T take God out of my writings (Trust me, I tried!) just to make a buck or two.

5 Tips on How to Strengthen Your God-Given Purpose

5 Tips on How to Strengthen Your God-Given Purpose

I love hearing stories about people living purposeful lives. I also love the feeling I get when I am doing exactly something that I have been called to do. I know I have been called to do them because God has equipped me with the skills and the anointing to withstand changing seasons.

But it's not always easy to stay grounded in purpose.

I have been talking about purpose for a while now and with good reason. You see, every time you wake up and take a breath, you should ask yourself whether you're preparing for a meaningful and purposeful day or just living on the fly.

What to Do When No One Believes in Your Purpose

What to Do When No One Believes in Your Purpose

I have tried some pretty rad things with this blog. I moved away from my blog to our blog, and I sought ways to incorporate this into my message. Then I added some things, cut out others while figuring out who I am and what I stand for.

While it took me forever to figure out the purpose for my blogging, I had a solid cheerleader from day one who followed me through every tunnel of discovery.

How I Found Ways to Make a Difference and Do What I Love - Kola Olaosebikan

This month's feature is one that will inspire me for months to come. I've had the chance to know Kola through her popular YouTube videos and her blog for over a year. So, seeing her do something I've always known she would do was less of a surprise. Rather, I swelled with pride when I learned about #StoryStory!

When it comes to using what you have to make a global difference, Kola is a force to reckon with. Born and raised in Nigeria, Kola Olaosebikan relocated to the United States out of a desire to make a difference.