In this episode, Michelle Gifford from Women with Fire shared with us her thoughts on Elder Pingree’s talk “I Have a Work for Thee,” from the October 2017 General Conference. As a woman with fire herself, Michelle talks about how she balances five different projects, family life, and her other responsibilities. Her insights about helping women find purpose in their lives are incredibly inspiring, and you’ll leave this interview with a few tips on exactly how to get started. Be sure to check out their podcast for more incredible stories of people putting all kinds of shoulders on all kinds of wheels!
The Women with Fire Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-women-with-fire/id1156766899?mt=2
Beauty Revived: http://home.beautyrevived.com/
John C. Maxwell on multiplying value: “There is a huge difference between addition and multiplication. Adding followers to your cause is a good thing but multiplying leaders for your cause is so much better. When you add followers, you simply grow in numbers. When you multiply leaders, you grow in both capacity and consistency. When you multiply leaders who multiply leaders, you gain limitless potential.”
Elder Bednar - Flooding the Earth - https://www.lds.org/prophets-and-apostles/unto-all-the-world/to-sweep-the-earth-as-with-a-flood?lang=eng
Brené Brown on imperfections: “Imperfections are not inadequacies; they are reminders that we're all in this together.”
Recorded with Zencastr
Music: “Homeward Bound” by Jonny Easton