Perseverance – a steadfastness in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success.
I’ve been at my direct sales gig for more than six years now and it has required some serious purse-severance at times!
Thankfully, no matter how many times I wanted to quit, give up, give in or throw in the ‘purse’, someone or something came along to spark what little flame I had left in me.
Each time was a different season and even reason for staying. Read more about my thoughts on seasons here.
It was only recently after some serious reflection, assessment of “what am I really looking to do?” and coaching from my mentor that I’ve been able to finally articulate WHY I purse-severe in my business.
You may have heard it said before that when you know WHY you do something, the HOW is easier.
So now that I’ve reconnected with my WHY, I’m inspired to continue to be in Hot Purse-Suit of my goals! Better than that, I’ve felt empowered to stretch myself and create goals in other areas of my life, not just for my business.
The interesting thing is that since I’ve been laser focused on WHY I’m doing what I’m doing, not only has it become more enjoyable, but I’ve really been able to expand my reach and do what I’m really passionate about – GROWing! (Giving Rewarding Other Women)
Today I encourage you to remember what you are in Purse-suit of and WHY and to keep things in Purse-spective (how are you seeing your situation?).
Surround yourself with those that will lift you up, tell you the truth in love and push you to your own purse-severance!
Here is some assurance that you CAN!
His divine power has given us everything we need for a godly life through our knowledge of him who called us by his own glory and goodness. 2 Peter 1:3
So when we feel powerless we can trust and know that God not only has the power, but has given us the resources we need through our relationship with him. And my favorite part of this is that he called us – he wants us!!
So today I pray that you have the assurance that you are not powerless nor unwanted, but find it worth enduring the hard work it takes to persevere to what you know will be not only rewarding, but rewarded!
Always in purse-suit to be better than I was yesterday,