Smart Girl Summer continues again this week, and I’m so excited to be joined again by my closest friend, author, speaker, and leadership coach, Jo Saxton. When Jo is on the show, you know it will be excellent and full of genuine honesty and fun!
Jo has dedicated her career to growing leadership teams worldwide and empowering women to find their purpose in their personal lives and in leadership. She is continuing this mission by making sure they have access to training and opportunities that women need.
In this episode, we talk about what to do when you feel called by God to do one thing while you are doing something else, finding the threads that God shows us, as well as the idea of who you want to be on the other side of the crisis.
Jo and I also discuss the kryptonite for women who are following their calling, trying to find abundance in a scarce place, and Jo’s upcoming event this fall. (She even shares a discount code!)
Click here to listen in iTunes.
Click here to listen on Google Play.
Click here to listen on Stitcher.
Click here to listen on Spotify.
I think these threads are like cross-stitch or a tapestry, the front that others may see seem logical. The back, the actual journey, is a hot mess of threads that are entangled and weaving in and out.
Just because it’s uncertain doesn’t necessarily mean it’s bad. It doesn’t mean it’s all falling apart. And even if it is all falling apart, it doesn’t mean it’s over. It means I’ve got to be curious about it, rather than give up and walk away.
Transition isn’t just an aberration and an evil thing. It can be hard for sure, but transition is an opportunity to be creative. This is an opportunity to become more self aware and aware of what God is saying to me. This is an opportunity to dust off some things.
Arriving at the end of transition isn’t the point, it’s how you transition that matters.
I think we forget what it is to learn. And we forget that learning is integral to our gifting, and our calling.
Hope you loved this episode! Be sure to subscribe to iTunes and slap some stars on a review! 🙂