What Is Your Purpose?

Hey ladies! March is all about business and being a complete boss chick! Let’s spend a week reflecting on our purpose. As women, it’s imperative that we stand firm in who we are and what we want. I’m not trying to get all “feministy” here, but we have certainly come along ways throughout the years. What are your interest? What do you feel called to do in this life? Perhaps you need more eduction. Or maybe you just need an opportunity to show a company what you’ve got. Or you might just be an up and coming CEO like me. Whatever your story is—we want you to live it out!

This exercise will run from 3/1 to 3/7. We will be discussing this on 3/8 in our Facebook group page. Please check our March Announcements in the link below!

March Announcements!

Exercise and questions:

  1. Take a few hours to think about what you feel God has called you to do. Research it, research others who are doing it, and what educational requirements, or skill sets you might need.
  2. Once you do question one, take it to the Lord in prayer and listen to what he has to say about it.
  3. Make a list of things that you can do to put a plan into action. Should you contact a school? Should you reach out to people who could be of influence and provide connections?
  4. If you are already established, please go over everything you’ve done and see if it aligns with God’s plan for you, and what he really wants you to do. It never hurts to update your website or revamp your business cards


Write out your dream job, explaining exactly what you’d want to do and how you can obtain it! We will share this on March 8th.

Remember be fearless and be fierce!🌸

Xoxox KDL Team

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