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Mike Loomis on the Power of Outside Perspective {Podcast Episode #69}


Mike Loomis joins me on the podcast today. Mike is a strategic partner to businesses, bestselling authors, global nonprofits, and publishers. He is passionate about helping people launch and grow their dreams.

On this episode, we talk about:

  • How he learned the importance of collaboration and outside perspective
  • It’s easy to get pulled away from the areas that we get energy from
  • It’s a battle to stay in your calling, know your calling, and trusting your calling
  • His passion for helping businesses with insight into product development and marketing
  • The importance of helping people develop their own strategy and interpreting their accidents
  • Your brand is a public expression of your calling
  • Why it’s important to be intentional about your brand
  • The importance of understanding the WHY behind your writing
  • Why outside perspective is so important
  • Finding your unique voice

You can connect with Mike on his website, Twitter and Facebook. You can also pick up a copy of his awesome book here, or sign up for his email list to receive a copy of the Dream Launch Planner.

I’d love to hear your thoughts on this episode. Share in the comments below!

So thankful


Art by Rachel Mayo


Happy Thanksgiving!!

I am thankful for so many things today.

My health and ability to continue to work on living a healthier lifestyle.

My awesome two boys who continue to teach me how to love and live into who we are created to be.

My handsome, hard-working, dependable husband and his willingness to continue to work on our marriage.

Amazing friends, family and community who surround me with love and challenge me to be fully me.

The list could go on and on…….

Today, I also want to tell you that I am thankful for you.

You read my blog.

You listen to my podcast.

You interact with me on Facebook or Twitter or Instagram or Pinterest.

You encourage me and inspire me.

Today, I am working on focusing on the people around the table, as my friend Sarah has challenged me to do. I would love it if you would join us. Don’t get caught up in the drama or the tension, but focus on being present with people.

Thank you for being YOU. Here’s to a Thanksgiving filled with family, friends and love.




Allison Flexer on Truth, Lies and the Single Woman {Podcast Episode #68}


Allison Flexer joins me on the podcast today. Allison is an author, speaker, copyeditor and financial consultant. Her first book, Truth, Lies and the Single Woman: Dispelling 10 Common Myths focuses on combatting common lies that destroy the confidence and joy of single women.

On this episode, we talk about:

  • Why she is passionate about helping single women
  • Quitting her job and processing her feelings through writing
  • Finding God’s grace in everyday moments
  • Truth, Lies and the Single Woman
  • Her interviews with over 100 women that helped shape the book
  • How her book got published three months before her wedding
  • How she didn’t want to be the expert for single women
  • How hard it was for her to emotionally invest in the book
  • How her book became a healing experience for her
  • How people relate to those who honestly share their stories
  • Her writing process and what works for her
  • How writing conferences helped her
  • Her publishing process and how it was different
  • Spend time listening to God
  • Learning to sit and wait
  • Zephaniah 3:17


You can find Allison on her website and on Twitter. Definitely check out her book.

What did you like about this episode? Share in the comments, or let Allison know on Twitter.



Saying Thanks

I picked up a project this weekend that I really need to finish. I’ve had it on the backburner for a while and it’s time to get it moving again. As I read through my friend Jamie’s words, these really stuck out to me.

No matter what we are going through.

No matter how bad our day is.

No matter how difficult our life is right now.

We can always say thanks for one more day.

Thanks for the reminder, friend!


jamie thanks

Laura Wilson on Strings for Hope {Podcast Episode #67}


Laura Wilson joins me on the podcast today. She is the founder of Strings for Hope, which is a nonprofit focusing on feeding their neighbors. They make jewelry from recycled guitar strings and the proceeds support local food banks.

On this episode, we talk about:

  • How her passion turned in to a non-profit organization
  • The process of turning her business into a non-profit
  • How her dream expanded to helping others re-establish themselves and make a living
  • How they dreamed together
  • How they are working with musical acts in Nashville
  • New pieces from Florida Georgia Line and their relationship with Belmont University

You can learn more on their website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. They would love to be invited to festivals as well. If you know of a festival near you, definitely let them know!

What stood out to you from this episode?



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