Be On Assignment in Your Own Life

Are you on assignment in your own life? Are you curious and ready to learn and listen?

Continuing along in our journey of the principles found in Liz Forkin Bohannon’s newest book Beginner’s Pluck*: Build Your Life of Purpose and Impact Now we arrive at Principle Six: Be on Assignment in Your Own Life.

Knowing nothing and having nothing to offer can be an asset. 1

Another excellent quote from this section is:

It doesn’t matter if you’re truly just starting out or if you’re decades in. Either way: be on assignment in your own life. 2

Start asking good questions. Seek resources and people that you can learn from, ask questions from, and then lean into the learning. We don’t know it all, and recognizing that truth allows us to be curious and to position ourselves as a learner on assignment in our own life.

If you’re curious to listen to the other episodes in this series, here they are:

Own Your Average: Beginners Pluck Principle #1

Stop Trying to “Find Your Passion” – Beginner’s Pluck* Principle #2

Dream Small, Are you Willing? Principle #3 of Beginner’s Pluck*

Curiosity over Criticism: Are you ready for a mindset change?

Here also is more information about the upcoming Women’s Journey of Faith Conference – which I’ll also be emceeing!

Be on assignment in your own life this week!

Pastor Carmen

 

 

  1. Liz Forkin Bohannon. Beginner’s Pluck*: Build Your Life of Purpose and Impact Now (Grand Rapids: Baker Books, 2019), 78.
  2. Liz Forkin Bohannon. Beginner’s Pluck*: Build Your Life of Purpose and Impact Now (Grand Rapids: Baker Books, 2019), 85.

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