Who are You?
No, it’s not a “The Who” song (although you may not get it out of your head after this), this post is about how your faith defines you in your business. For many people, myself included, incorporating your faith into your business is a no-brainer. You see, my faith is the very core of who I am and I can’t make that go away or separate my life into neat little categories with no spillover.
Recently I started doing Periscope broadcasts (called scopes) and I’m having a ball with it. For those unfamiliar, Periscope is a live streaming video app that allows your viewers to interact with you as you’re streaming. You can see their comments and questions and answer them live.
Once a Teacher, Always a Teacher
Because education is such a central part of my life, I immediately thought about how I can use Periscope to educate people. What came to mind was to do a weekly series on how to incorporate your faith into your business.
I did the first one today. I covered how it’s okay that not everyone will be attracted to what you’re doing. Even if you’re not preachy, there are some people who won’t respond. Once you realize that you won’t win them all, you’ll feel freer to be yourself, knowing that you will attract the right people.
You can watch the recording below. (Please excuse the quality. I thought I had recorded it but didn’t, so I videoed it from the desktop replay.)
Incorporating your faith into your business doesn’t have to be difficult or turn you into a preacher. If it’s who you are, let everyone know!