Life on Fire TV (Audio) – Online Business Coaching With Nick Unsworth
About This Show
Get expert discussions and insider tips every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Life on Fire TV is for entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs, executives, sales professionals, coaches, and marketers who want to make more, work less, give back, and live happier, kick-A$$ lives. Focus on the four pillars of a Life on Fire: marketing, mindset, networking, and purpose with host, Nick Unsworth to get more done in less time, increase marketing conversions, learn highly actionable, innovative strategies from Nick and guests. Make sure you go to LifeOnFire.com to check out all of the free resources we have for you!
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You Are Worthy, with Megan Unsworth
7 days ago
Hey hey! Welcome to episode 226 of Life on Fire. Today we've got a unique show for you! Instead of Nick or a guest of Nick's, I am here: the first lady of Life on Fire, Megan Unsworth. I’m sharing my very first experience preaching at our church, C3. The preach is called I Am Worthy and it is my personal testimony of finding God. Today’s show is about how this experience literally changed the course of my life and how you can find your own purpose, and worthiness too. It’s all here on episode 226 of Life on Fire! In this episode you’ll hear: Why the people you surround yourself with matter so much. (2:15) The difference between being a “checkmark Christian” and a Christian. (2:30) How do you know you are worthy? (4:30) How to have love in your heart and peace of mind. (6:50) Who will bless you far more than you ever thought possible? (8:30) And so much more! More About This Show At 24 I was in a direct sales jewelry company that was Christian-based. At their rallies and monthly meetings they talked openly about God and His love. I was open-minded and curious so I asked one of the leaders of my group if I could attend church with them. The leader said yes and I attended church for the next few months. One Sunday they did altar call and with a fast-beating heart I raised my hand and accepted God into my life. But here's the kicker: I thought of myself as “Christian”, but I wasn’t fully living a Christina life. I had one foot in the kingdom and one foot in real life, and by one foot in the kingdom I mean one pinky toe! The people I was surrounded by didn't serve me, and I knew it but I hadn't fully committed my life over to God yet. So I went to church every Sunday, and that was it. It was like a "checkmark" - I wasn't with God the rest of the week. Instead, I sought man's approval. I was the girl who always had to be in a relationship. When one ended I went right in