[This post was originally published as a guest blog contributor for Relevant Entrepreneur . Check out their site for resources to help you build a God-centered business.]
Have you ever felt lost in a sea of competitors? Does the thought of making a million CEO decisions stress you out? Are you wondering how you could create work/life balance, and create a personal brand that’s true to who God created you to be?
When I started my business, I had a clear mission in mind -- to equip Christian women with the skills and tools they need to lead their companies well.
I was on fire to pursue my calling, and loved every minute of it. I created new resources and offerings, connected with like-minded ladies, and impacted people along the way. It wasn’t until my family moved and I expanded my practice online that I started to compare myself to other coaches, get overwhelmed with decision fatigue, and began to doubt what I had to offer.
This led to a business I no longer loved.
So what happened? In the hustle, I lost sight of honoring my core values. Core values are the things that are unique, important, and true to you. Core values are the way God specifically designed you. Core values are characteristics of your beliefs and the motivations for your actions.
The good news is when you identify your core values, you can align your actions to what’s most important to you, resulting in a fulfilled life and business.
Head on over to the Relevant Entrepreneur to figure out how to create your guiding principles AND be connected with more amazing resources that will help you along your entrepreneurial journey.