Welcome back to the podcast! I took a bit of a break from podcasting and learned a few things along the way. In this episode, I don’t have a guest. Instead, I share some visions for the future of the Jill Monaco Show and give you a little preview of what you can expect in the coming months! I have a lot of new episodes ready to release, and I am so excited to share them with you.
Do you have a hard time saying no? Are you lacking margin in your life? Have you ever had to put something down for a while … even though you loved it … to make room for more of God? Or are you afraid to let go of that thing you’re driving toward for fear that you will fail?
In this episode, I will be sharing a brief word of encouragement to you about saying no to good things so you can say yes to better things! I will highlight two tactics of the enemy and ways he wants to distract you with being busy. I hope you are blessed to love yourself well and make room for your best yes!
IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN
- Why I took a break from podcasting (against all advice).
- What to expect in the next 3 months of The Jill Monaco Show.
- Two ways the enemy tries to distract or shame you for saying no.
- How to say no to people graciously and still remain friends.
- Why God asks you to leave margin in your life.
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