Smart Girl Summer continues with one of my most popular guests of all time, the amazing Beth McCord of Your Enneagram Coach! Beth is an Enneagram speaker, coach and teacher with 17 years of experience and a co-founder of Your Enneagram Coach, the leading platform for all things Enneagram.
Beth is passionate about coming alongside individuals and helping them re-write their stories, allowing them to see that lasting change, meaningful relationships, and a life of deep purpose is possible. This passion is what drove her to create this community, a safe place for individuals to explore the Enneagram.
Beth and I talk about the first days of her business, how she knew she was called by God to do this, three keys that are part of her business’ success, and the daily work she does to stay focused and committed to her business. We also dive into how we can avoid blind spots in our daily lives by understanding the true nature of ourselves.
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It is important for people to recognize God has a plan and a story for their life. We need to faithfully trust the process, the steps, the unclarity. Because he’s got the clarity and we need to just keep going forward.
I think a lot of times people get going in their business and then they stop for many reasons. But what we have to realize is that it’s going to be hard and you’ve got to, with the Lord’s help, figure out what you need to do.
Recognize you may not have all the answers. You may not have all the expertise. But just get it out there. There are people that need this.
Every day I’m having to battle this internal dialogue and so it’s exhausting. When I wonder: can someone else do this? Then God gently reminds me ‘No, I called you specifically for specific reasons to do this work for specific people who are going to be blessed.’
I encourage people to be careful when listening to other people’s stories. It’s great to listen, learn, and grow. But don’t fall into the trap that my story is your story or my advice should be the advice you take.
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