“We all need a vision. But true vision, as it turns out, is less strategy and more heartbeat.”
Heavenly Father, I pray that you would be my vision. That Jesus you are the only one I look to. That you will guide me, pursue me, and help everything I do to be a testament to you. I work, for you. I love, for you. I selflessly pursue my husband, for you. I mother, for you. I do all things, for you. Help me to die to myself daily and live fully for you. I trust you. Thank you for Jesus. Thank you for the cross.
I want to provide you with insights into my heart/motivation and let you into what it looks like for me day to day. Why? Because I want you to come to know my Saviour, Jesus. I want to share stories of how he has impacted my life and changed me fully. I want to let you in on what it looks like to be a Christian today because the truth is we are not perfect and it can be hard work. We need each other, we need community, and most of all we need Jesus.
At the root of it all, Jesus is the heartbeat. He is the one who gets all the glory. He gave me the skillset and passion and courage. My goal is to use the gifts he’s given me to bless others and proclaim his name. So here’s to being intentional with you and sharing how Jesus is the heartbeat of the work that I do. Whether it’s in my home or for my clients, I do all things for the glory of God.
Coffee, please. Thank you.
Having a strategy is extremely important, however, without a heartbeat, passion, and vision for what you are doing – you can get lost. You need to answer the question: Why? Why am I doing this? It’s important to understand the bigger picture because everything you do should work towards that greater goal. So do what I do: grab a cup of coffee, pen, and paper, and start to dig deep into that picture.
I provide design services for other entrepreneurs and small to medium size businesses. My goal is to provide a holistic approach. I want to help another momma tell her story or help someone on the fence go all in with their side-hustle (after fully thinking it through, of course). I do my best to listen well and take on the vision of my clients. I am passionate about what they are doing and most of all thankful for those who have already entrusted me with their businesses.