You have ENOUGH

Imah Usen

Posted on September 14 2019

You have ENOUGH
I know how Monday’s can be but this morning I had a little pep in my step because I knew that I had another chance to slay my goals and really impact the life of anyone that I come in contact with. So, instead of dragging in to work, I chose to be positive about the opportunity I have to change the lives of others!
This weekend, I had the opportunity of presenting at the Boss Babes Brunch. It was such a BOMB experience being able to-pour into other amazing entrepreneurs and share with them my knowledge on social media!

One common factor that I did come across was this: fear and thoughts of lack. So this week’s Mantra is, “I have enough.”


Philippians 4:11-13
 says Not that I speak from want, for I have learned to be content in whatever circumstances I am. I know how to get along with humble means, and I also know how to live in prosperity; in any and every circumstance I have learned the secret of being filled and going hungry, both of having abundance and suffering need. I can do all things through Him who strengthens me.
  1. You lack nothing.
    Everything that you need is on the inside of you. Many people look for answers about themselves from others when the truth is this: God has already equipped you with the tools you need to get the job done. There’s something special that only you can do. Walk in that light and watch things change.
  2. It won’t always look like harvest season.
    Just as there is spring, there’s also fall and winter. In order for things to grow, seeds have to be sown. A farmer only reaps from the work he/she puts in, but it doesn't happen overnight. Know that your time is coming, and that in due time, your hard work will work in your favor. Be encouraged that it may not look you have enough, but someone is watching your journey and is being inspired by your fight- right where you are ... with just what you have.
  3. Don’t use what you see others doing as a standard of where you should be or what you should have. I challenge you to unfollow anyone that makes you uncomfortable with who or where you are. So many times, we forget that God has a tailor made plan for us. Using someone else’s journey as an indication of where we should be is like trying to fit mismatched puzzle pieces together. IT JUST WONT WORK. Trust and track your process. What someone else has doesn’t define who you are. :-)
Don’t forget: You have enough. I hope this blesses you this week and you are able to block anything that makes you feel otherwise ! Have an amazing week. As always, feel free to reply to this email and share your thoughts with me.

xoxo
Imah B

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