All of us have a call of God on our life, and every single one of us are given unique gifts by God to accomplish that calling. However, many are not accomplishing this calling because they're paralyzed.
They're concerned, possibly, they may miss God, or they may do something wrong. I don't know what sphere of influence you're in. You could be a businessman, businesswoman, stay at home mom, in healthcare, in education, in the arts, in government. I don't know.
But one thing I do know, you are called to multiply.
I travel and speak to leaders all over the world and I have asked leadership groups many times, "Give me the definition of faithful." I hear consistent, dependable, trustworthy, true, devoted, loyal, and I could go on, and these are accurate definitions. However, what I have never once heard in a meeting or with an individual is that faithful is defined as multiplication. If you look at the Parable of the Talents, you have three servants highlighted. Two of them multiplied what was given to them. The master looked at them and said, "Well done, good and faithful servants." The only thing that they did in this parable is that they multiplied what was entrusted to them. The third servant, he maintained what was given to him and he was referred to as lazy. I want to hear the master say to you, "Well done, good and faithful servant."
I have learned that you will never be fulfilled in life until you take the unique gifts that God's placed in you, you multiply them, and you impact your world of influence. In this book, X, I want to help you discover your gifts, develop your gifts, and to multiply your gifts so you can change the world and have the joy and satisfaction that comes when you become a multiplier.
You will never be truly satisfied in this life until you take what’s uniquely in you and multiply it for the benefit of others.
I want to help you do that.
If you’re ready to trade inaction for greater purpose, your journey begins here. Make sure and grab your free copy of my book today.