Easter Christian Business Series: Why It's Important To Have a Good Relationship with God with Danika and TunjiApr 17, 2021
April 17, 2021 by Kelly
How close would you say your relationship with God is?
While we may think that God and business are two different parts of our lives, they actually mix and intertwine a lot more than you would think!
Our first guest is Tunji Olujimi and he was writing books and then people asked him how he wrote them and he started a consultancy business on the side. However, he wasn't ready to jump in, until during the pandemic last year he got a nudge from God that he needed a mentor which allowed him to get his business running at full speed. Yet, if he hadn't listened to God, he wouldn't be where he is now.
Our second guest is Danika Deva and she loves practical solutions. Her pivotal moment came when she was miraculously healed from her chronic illness and during that journey, she heard from God to create content and little by little, she was uploading them online. Fast forward to several months later, God revealed to her the business plan of what to do with that content and now she is running her business with the life motto to be intentional.
Note: This mini series will have episodes uploaded every day from March 27th until April 17th, so check back daily to hear first-hand stories from different Christian entrepreneurs about how they heeded God's call and what happened after they took that first step....
Key Lessons From This Episode...
- [Tunji] Take a step of faith doesn’t just mean letting everything up to God, you still need to go out there and look for information or get a coach/mentor to help grow your business.
- [Danika] Even if you don’t have the resources, God will make it happen.
- [Danika] Align yourself with what God has told you.
- [Danika] Don’t let all the despair and discouragements come into your head.
- [Danika] Her life motto is to be intentional.
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