Purpose is one of the most important things we can pursue in this life. It’s the key to fulfillment. It’s a source of meaning. It’s the proof that we are in alignment with God’s will for our lives. When something is that important, you better believe that there are things that will try to come against it. One enemy of purpose, you may not even see coming.
In fact, one of those things may be you…
Tasha M. Wilson is an author-entrepreneur, transformational speaker, and certified Professional life coach.
Her life’s mission is to inspire millennial women to rise from a place of pain to a posture of promise. She applies her life experiences and educational background to help millennial women unlock the treasure that’s within, confront pitfalls from the past, and explore the power of fearlessness.
Subsequently, in 2015, Tasha founded the Royalty Refined Movement, a community faith-based organization that empowers millennial women to discover freedom and healing by redefining their identity, sharing their stories, and applying strategies to mend the broken pieces of their past experiences.
Her recent book “Recognize Your Opponent: When Your Greatest Enemy is Your Inner Me” was introduced as a university-wide initiative on the campus of Johnson C. Smith University. It is a metamorphic piece in which she provides tools and strategies to help readers overcome a defeated mindset and embrace the journey of freedom, healing, and wholeness.
Although she wears many hats, Tasha’s zeal is found in helping millennial women discover who they are, explore their passion, and pursue purpose.
In this episode, I dive into the greatest enemy of purpose with Tasha.
Enemy of Purpose
In this episode we covered…
- Tasha’s purpose in helping women rise from a place of pain to a posture of promise
- How Tasha personally rose from pain after being a sexual assault victim
- What made her stop suffering in silence and write a book
- The things she learned about herself while writing her book
- How Tasha overcame her own inner enemies of people pleasing, self sabotage and perfectionism
- How you can be an enemy of your own purpose
If you enjoyed this episode, then you may also enjoy the episode of the show detailing how to overcoming limiting beliefs that hinder purpose and this episode about the fear of success and how it hinders purpose.
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