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Soar! Part 1 (weekly podcast episode #24)

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Today starts the day of my book study of TD Jake's book, Soar!: Build Your Vision from the Ground Up. Jake's book is a book for entrepreneurs or for those of us who want to take life to the next level. It's for those of us who want more. 

Part one in Soar! begins with Proverbs 13:12, which says, "hope deferred makes the heart sick, but a longing fulfilled is a tree of life." That verse is obvious, isn't it? How many of us have been hoping and dreaming for so long now, that what we always wanted to achieve is a distant memory? It's time to Soar! It's time to move. On page 15 Jakes says people are always asking him how he does all the things he does. What he says, is that it's the way he's always been, because his parents and grandparents had the entrepreneurial spirit. It was in his DNA. His father had a "combination of boundless energy, desperate motivation, and relentless determination." How many of us can identify? I know I can to a certain extent. Although my mother wasn't an entrepreneur, she knew one when she saw one and she saw greatness in me even before I saw it in myself. Mentors and having someone to believe in us, is important, but just in case you may not have that, carry on anyway. God sees what we're trying to do and we will get there. Believe that.

Stay tuned to the In Sharon's Heart Podcast, which has great content regarding some of the books I'm reading. 
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