Ideas are great, but at some point, you have to stop the ideation phase and move on to developing the execution and feedback checkpoint. Starting a business or ministry is hard, and I am thankful I did it when I was younger because it consumed me. I had no time for anything else in my life, resulting in a laser focus on my business for the first five years. When new clients start a Christian product or ministry, I like to be upfront and tell them that they will get slaughtered emotionally, mentally, spiritually, and financially. If at the end of the day you feel like God is calling to do it, after being aware of the battle you are about to begin – then do it. But get ready for the ride.
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