You own a business and someone mentions that you need to be
branded. Instantly, thousands of questions begin to run throug...
The more people you can help, the more lasting ripples or waves in
the universe you will create. Something I find very int...
In all honesty, I felt like I just wanted to be locked in a cupboard and
left alone to sing my song! However, during the t...
The bigger the struggle, the grander the transformation
The bigger the struggle, the grander the transformation
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You own a business and someone mentions that you need to be branded. Instantly, thousands of questions begin to run through your mind

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The bigger the struggle, the grander the transformation

  1. 1. You own a business and someone mentions that you need to be branded. Instantly, thousands of questions begin to run through your mind. Whether or not you have even heard of branding, the thought of it is destined to drum up quite a few questions. When you run a small business, the questions become even more prominent. Here, you can find the answers to many of your branding questions.
  2. 2. The more people you can help, the more lasting ripples or waves in the universe you will create. Something I find very interesting about that point in my life is that when I was at my lowest ebb, a particular song was placed in my heart, and the lyrics kept repeating in my mind. In my conversations with God, I was told that one day I’d be singing that song for others, and singing it internationally, but at that time, I was struggling through my own challenges.
  3. 3. In all honesty, I felt like I just wanted to be locked in a cupboard and left alone to sing my song! However, during the time I spent in Hungary, I did sing my song for others many times—up on a stage at a gypsy fair on one occasion—and it was a way of sharing something that had encouraged me with others who also needed encouragement. The song is titled “I Am Blessed” and sung by Rachel Lampa.

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