Me with my chips and salsa fix
My family and my friends know that I LOVE chips and salsa ~ it’s an addiction! I also love Mexican food, encouraging people to fulfill their purpose and to dream big dreams!
I have a quote that I often say, “Dream big because we serve a big God!”
What is your big dream? You and I are in good company as dreamers with Joseph the Dreamer in the Bible. It’s one of my favorite stories, and I relate a lot to Joseph!
You have probably heard of the story of Joseph, but if you haven’t, it’s found in Genesis Chapters 37 – 50.
I’m going to speak about Joseph and why you haven’t seen your dream come to pass yet (and the #1 ingredient for seeing it come true!) at my upcoming live and virtual event, Mex and Chillaxing: Grab your dream & a taco!
Mex and Chiillaxing: Grab your dream & a taco event
This exciting, fun event is Thursday, October 14, 2021, from 1 p.m. CST to 4 p.m. CST at Jose Pepper Mexican restaurant in Belton, Missouri. This event is to encourage you to keep dreaming big dreams and to achieve them this year!
Faith. Food. Fellowship. Fun. Free Gifts!
event decorations & gifts
It’s going to be FUN!!!
People have been so generous and have been giving me AMAZING gifts to give away at this event! What a blessing! I’m so thankful for this. YOU may be one of the winners!
There are 156 days left until December 31, 2021 (22 weeks and 2 days). How are you doing on reaching your dreams and goals? What is stopping or hindering you?
Here are 5 tips to help you stay motivated for the rest of this year to achieve success.
Spend quiet time with God first thing. Whether that is the morning when you first wake up (perhaps with your coffee), during your lunch break, on a walk or run, or late at night before you go to sleep, take time to be alone with Jesus, praying, reading the Bible, and worship/praise so you can get His instructions and wisdom for you and those you love.
What is God’s priority for you today? Ask Him and then do that! Get quiet and intently listen to His still, small voice. Let Him be your GPS and your motivator for your life and to help you succeed in your dreams and goals.
I’m not a procrastinator, but I have family members who are. Drives me crazy!
However, I do struggle with perfectionism. I call perfectionism “procrastination dressed up in high heels.” Both are usually rooted in fear. Fear of being “good enough” or “perfect enough.” No one is perfect but Jesus!
There’s another “P” word. Pitfalls. What are these? Things like scrolling on social media too much, busyness, laziness, cleaning the house, organizing, errands to run, or anything that serves as a distraction to stop you from doing what God has called and anointed you to do and to be.
There’s nothing wrong or sinful about these things. But they can sabotage your success and mine.