You eat well, exercise, and prioritize your life and your health, well done! Just remember, there’s always room for improvement. 😉


You’re livin’ your life like it’s golden! Why? The bet to invest in yourself paid off big time. You’re able to quickly identify and remove anyone and anything toxic in your life. Your focus on speaking life has allowed you the ability to experience a peace that surpasses all understanding.



Thanks to a healthy diet and a consistent exercise routine –you’re in the best shape of your life! You don’t want to become complacent, so make sure that you take your fitness to the next level by signing up for an event.

Whether you decide to crush your first 5K, experience zen on a yoga retreat, or learn a new activity, do what you need to do to keep your desire to stay healthy. If you’re seeking to take your discipline to a new level, think about taking on the challenge of teaching. That last sentence may make you laugh, but never say never. 😉



The world may be in turmoil, but you have mastered the art of having joy in your heart. The adversity that you have experienced will never be in vain. Your life serves as a testimony to inspire others to achieve their goals.

Don’t keep your God-given talents a secret. Look for ways to give back to those around you by volunteering or working on projects where you can share your knowledge.

For example, my voice and my love for writing are two of my talents. That’s how Hustle in Faith was born. I want you to experience the immense joy I’ve felt from finally using my God-given talents.

Now is your time. Don’t think. Just do it. You got this!



  • Ep. 236 What Is Holding You Back From Being ALL In With God?
  • Ep. 234 What Distractions Are Keeping You From Discovering Your Purpose?
  • Ep. 227 How Can I Be A Person Of Integrity During Difficult Times?
  • How Will You Motivate People To Be Leaders?
  • Ep. 219 How Do You Design A Life You Love?
  • Ep. 199 How To Stay Sane When Dealing With Difficult People?
  • Ep. 188 Have You Grown Tired Of Doing The Right Thing?