"I didn't know how much I needed this..." "I didn't know how much I needed this..." has been the resounding echo since class ended on Wednesday with Liz + Summer of Healthy, Whole and Free. Let's be honest: body image is usually a heavy subject. And while Liz + Summer didn't shy away from any truth, they simplified why it often feels so heavy: because we attempt to carry it on our own. Truthfully, this may be the first time you ever listen to a faith-based fitness conversation and leave feeling lighter. Liz challenged us with this question in class: "What have you not participated in fully because of your dissatisfaction and distraction?" ^ That's what they mean when they talk breaking free from body image bondage. It's difficult to be effective for the Kingdom and truly show up in our lives if we are self-focused. And that's exactly what poor body image does. We become distracted from what matters most by our dissatisfaction with ourselves. This convo is not the typical advice you hear. But that's kinda what we do around here, as what the world typically shares is rarely what is [...]
March means warm weather can't be too far away, right? Here's to hoping we see lots of you tuning in to class while you soak up some Vitamin D! Speaking of which... we're excited for this month's line-up! We're starting the month off with guests Liz + Summer, two of our faves! Happy March SWHW! Our members get access to all of these classes, resources + past archived classes. Not a member? Let's fix that! JOIN NOW FOR ACCESS
You can learn a lot about someone by the questions they ask... so in case you've been curious to know if the SWHW community is right for you, here's a few of the questions our community wanted to talk about in this month's Q+A: WAITING In a season of waiting, how to determine if God is wanting you to be patient, do His work where you are right now, or if he’s saying this isn’t for you anymore, take a leap of faith and move on? // I would second this. I'm struggling greatly working in the secular field. Are my urges to leave, me or Him. Is it me being uncomfortable or really the Holy Spirit nudging me? How do you move forward in answering God’s call when you’re confident in His calling, but your spouse isn’t on the same page? CAREER I will start a new job next week! How does one begin well when a new door opens? My team seems to be in a really low place with the pandemic and moral just feels really heavy and dark. How do I help my [...]
Andy Savage put swHw founder, Michelle Myers, on the hot seat last week in his radio show. He asked her all about how she works His way began, where it is now, and the upcoming Narrow conference. (He even got her a little choked up at one point!) If you've ever wanted to know more about the heart behind our ministry, this is a 27-minute inside glance. Listen to the podcast interview here. (And subscribe while you're there. If you love us, you'll love Andy's ministry too!) Here are some quick links for action steps after you listen: Check out she works His way membership. Download the she works His way app. Register for the Narrow conference. Connect with she works His way + Michelle on Facebook. Connect with she works His way + Michelle on Instagram.
Building and maintaining a website that converts clients into sales can be puzzling. With so many options, it’s easy to become overwhelmed and not do anything at all. You may understand what you are trying to sell, but is it easy enough to understand to someone who knows nothing about what you do or what you sell? Before spending money on ads to bring more traffic to your site, make sure your site is prepared to welcome visitors! When done well, your website can be as beneficial (if not more) as hiring a full-time employee! Here are three quick changes to convert more clients into sales: 1.) BOLD STATEMENT & RESOLUTION Your website needs to very quickly communicate how you can offer help to your customer. If they didn’t need/want something, they wouldn’t be on your website to begin with, right? The first goal is to identify the problem/need your customer has, and then show them how your business can help them find the solution. Make your customer feel like you are talking directly to them and no one else. If the customer inserted their name or business into the statement, could they identify with what you have to [...]