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Ep. 139: Your Identity Isn’t In Your Assignment

We’ve transitioned SO many times throughout the years that it feels weird if we get too comfortable.
When the hubby was abruptly fired from his last 9-5 job, we went throooough it on many levels. A big piece of this is he placed his identity in the prestige and security that it brought but that was never purposed to give him his identity.
Likewise, when God told us to move from our brand new home (five years in) there was a supernatural shift and help as we were out with a new tenant in seven days. 

Life is created by the shifts. How we respond to them determines how well we ride the journey. 

Have you ever been shifted from one focus or ‘field’ to another and found yourself a bit vulnerable? 

Assignments Don’t Assign Your ID

How many times have we placed our identity in a temporary assignment?
It’s a subtle adaptation that is prevalent throughout culture. In this episode we’re confronting and equipping marriedpreneurs with a TRUE scale to know if this mindset has infiltrated your ecosystem.

SHOW NOTES: Assignments Don’t Determine Your ID

In this episode we’re discussing:
📝Assignment vs. Calling
📝Assignments change. Your identity doesn’t

HIGHLIGHT Takeaways:
🎯Laser clarity comes from knowing the purpose of a thing.
🎯Only pursue when God’s grace is on it.
🎯Keep recognition in its proper place

 

Take a listen to find out if you’re attaching your identity to an assignment… and don’t even know it. Hear the practical steps to winning in this area even in business. 

We hope you find the content helpful as well as the practical steps we shared for each takeaway! Be sure to stay connected, and comment below and share your takeaways or also over on IG at HERE

 

Keep living powerfully purposefully and profitably in sync and don’t stop enjoying the journey together.

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