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Day 16: Step Out On The High Seas…


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Hebrews 11:8 (KJV) By faith Abraham, when he was called to go out into a place which he should after receive for an inheritance, obeyed; and he went out, not knowing whither he went.

The best time to start paddling upstream towards your destiny is the Instant it starts weighing heavy on your heart to dare. And that time could very well be right now!

While the place of ‘life jackets’ in such circumstances, (talking of things like adequate knowledge, preparation, qualification, strategy, connection, good financial reserves, double assurance, good back-out plans and the likes) cannot be deemphasized, it is important to also resist the temptation to delay forever, waiting to know it all, see it all and have all the clues, before beginning to act.

In God’s economy, you learn to walk by walking, and to swim by swimming.

Those who wouldn’t act until they know enough, have enough, see enough stand the chance of missing the moment. Steps of faith are always embedded on the journey to significance.

Sandi Krakowski, one of the world’s leading Marketing Consultants and Copywriters once wrote,

“I study what’s going on in the marketplace, ask a lot of questions, and then I fire. I aim later… Ready, Fire, Aim… captures how I’ve been doing business for a long time. If I try to ready, aim and then fire, my shot is pathetic. It is much easier for me to shoot, adjust, and shoot again…” (*1)

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About Funmi Adebayo

Funmi is a Content Creator and Digital Marketer. She creates bespoke media content, also builds and executes digital strategies that help Professionals and Startups enhance their online presence, thereby improving their lead generation and conversion rates. Her vision is to help businesses exceed their ROI projections. When she's not working, she's busy listening to classical music whilst reading or writing another blog post, poem or devotional.
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