Episode 25

Published on:

7th Dec 2022

Living Unapologetically with Purpose [E025]

Do you struggle with saying yes to every "opportunity"? 

Is life controlling you or are you controlling it? 

Can you answer the question "Why were you created"? 

Kim shares her story of how living a life with intention and purpose can leave you feeling satisfied and fulfilled.

Talking Points

  • What if your 3  year old asked you “do you have another one of those meetings tonight, mommy?” How would you respond? 
  • How the book “The Best Yes” by Lysa TerKeurst helped break the cycle of overachieving and overextending.
  • Nehemiah 6:3 “And I sent messengers unto them, saying, I am doing a great work, so that I cannot come down: why should the work cease, whilst I leave it, and come down to you?” Kim shares how this verse impacted her life and helped her to see the distractions in life that were causing her to not prioritize the best things.
  • How the “My Life Purpose Guide” book by James Myers helped align Kim’s purpose with saying yes or no to “opportunities” she was given.
  • A message from Kim’s pastor prompted her to start praying for their son in a very unique and different way
  • Is your life leaving a legacy? Nehemiah 13:30 “Remember me, O, my God, for good!”

Lagniappe (Books, Links, Other Podcasts, etc)

How To Get In Touch

Group - Auto Repair Marketing Mastermind

Website - shopmarketingpros.com 

Facebook - facebook.com/shopmarketingpros 

Get the Book - shopmarketingpros.com/book

Instagram - @shopmarketingpros 

Questions/Ideas - podcast@shopmarketingpros.com 

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About the Podcast

The Auto Repair Marketing Podcast
The Auto Repair Marketing Podcast with Kim and Brian Walker. Experts in their field who work with shop owners take it to the next level and create a unique approach to marketing. See the growth in your business you’ve been working so hard for by using time-proven marketing that works, fueled to go further by your shop's uniqueness.