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“You were created for a unique purpose and have been given all that you need to fulfill it.” – Lisa Hromada
Having spent decades working in personal brand development, I’ve found that most women I work with are very good at implementing definitive steps and strategies to grow their businesses and practices, but they often still feel like something is missing.
If you’re like these women, you’ve at one time or another questioned your path, purpose, and plan for your life. After all, these things are not completely within your control to determine.
There is, in fact, a special plan and purpose for your life.
And a big part in fulfilling this purpose is done so through your work. This is one reason why it’s essential to bring your life’s work to light!
Every day that you strive, seek, pursue, and go about your daily routines, you are writing the story of your life through your thoughts and actions. Yet, there is also a story being divinely written through you.
The question is, “How do I align my work with this divine plan and stick to it?”
What I’ve learned over the years working with women across the nation is that with a few simple strategies, you can begin to reconnect and align with your divine plan. Here are some tips to help guide you!
(Read all the tips on Aspire Magazine >>)
Original Article by Lisa Hromada is featured on Aspire Magazine
"Although God doesn’t always shield us from our challenges, he does promise to transform us through them." – Lisa Hromada
If you’ve ever had a pregnancy loss, you know it’s an experience unlike any other.
You not only experience emptiness of the heart, but you experience emptiness of the womb—that sacred space in which you were growing a life. It’s an incredibly difficult loss because you must deal with both the emotional impact as well as the physical impact of the loss. You inevitably feel every sensation and pain in your body as it adapts to no longer being pregnant.
To be able to grow life within you I believe is as much a spiritual experience as it is a physical one. So, it's no wonder we question God and the meaning behind our loss as we work through grief.
When I lost my first pregnancy through a missed miscarriage, I felt completely blindsided. After spending my entire childhood dreaming about how perfect my pregnancy story would be, I never fathomed the possibility that it would be anything but perfect... I realized that the only thing left to do was... (Read more on Her View from Home >>)
Original Article by Lisa Hromada is Featured on Her View from Home