It’s been amazing, the feedback I’ve gotten over the new series “Moo Out Loud.” My hunch was right. Everyone wants to be heard, wants to make a difference, wants to believe that they can add something to the redemptive drama of life that God is writing.
So what we’ve done in this series is talk about the five practices of building your own personal brand. Free your mind, take your stand, fix your focus, and this week we talked about finding your own voice.
Have you ever noticed that no two voices are alike? We now know that our voice has a voice print much like our finger print. Yet how many of us hate the sound of our own voice? This is because voice diminishes where there is fear, shame, and innuendo. Do you have any voices in your head telling you you’re not worthy, you’re not smart enough, trained enough, qualified enough?
We talked about the six conditions under which your voice emerges. As you listen to this message, ask yourself this question: “Of these six, which have been most meaningful in my life as I’ve developed my own voice, as I’ve found a way to give a voice to the vision of the mission God has given me on this planet?” And if you respond by saying, “I really don’t have a mission,” then go back and listen to the other talks and find the help you need to get serious about your one and only life.