April 15, 2021 by Kelly
Do you feel that you've spent a long time honing your skills and are scared to take the leap to start your own business?
Our guests on this episode can tell you how they dealt with their doubts when God prompted them to change careers.
Our first guest is Vaughn Fahie and he spent over 3 decades recording as an audio engineer and saxophone player. However, 2 years ago God had him change from being a musician to helping people create and publish audiobooks. He even shares a few tips with us on how to do that. :)
Our second guest's pivotal moment came when she was up for a promotion. However, due to the details surrounding the promotion, Natalie Lavelock realized that God was sending her a message that it was time for her to start her own business, but she had 4 days to decide what to do, whether it was to take that promotion or quit. Talk about a time crunch! As she fasted and prayed, she like all of us doubted if she could provide for her family with this new business especially as she was the main breadwinner for the family. But at the end of the day, her decision came down to what faith is. As she put it, "If you want to walk on water, you have got to get out of the boat."
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...
- [Vaughn] Your voice is unique like a fingerprint.
- [Vaughn] 1 out of 5 readers only read via audiobooks, so don’t miss out just because you don’t like your voice or are scared of recording.
- [Vaughn] You don’t need fancy equipment to record.
- [Natalie] If you know that God is calling you to do something, there is nothing safer than walking toward the Lord.
- [Natalie] Ask yourself the even if questions. Even if I lose my home, am I still going to follow what God is calling me to do?
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