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Conversations with FTGI – Ep. 3

Hey girl,

If you want to change the world, go home and love your family.
– Mother Teresa

Have you ever felt a pull to do something big and make a difference in the world? Have you ever had that feeling but also find yourself unable to go pursue your big idea because of obligations, timing issues or financial constraints?

It can be frustrating to feel a “call” but also sense that you are in a waiting period or holding pattern. That feeling of being stuck can lead to questioning the call or if we are not careful to disillusionment.

This week, Vaine and I talk about experiencing the waiting time and what we can do in the meantime.

Oftentimes there are opportunities right in front of us that are training ground for our BIG idea or vision. We don’t want to miss those beautiful moments that make the waiting time so much easier and meaningful.

Look around you and discover how you can channel your energy and passion to those surrounding you, right where you are.

Zechariah 4:10 says:

“Do not despise these small beginnings, for the Lord rejoices to see the work begin”

You don’t have to wait until everything is perfect (you may be waiting a long time if you do!)

You can start with what you’ve got, right where you are!

If you are in the Tampa Bay Area, we would love to have you at our upcoming Better Together Night on September 30th at Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater. You can purchase your ticket by clicking here.

Have a blessed week, girl! And please don’t forget that you are Loved & we are Better Together!

 

 

 

FTGI, Co-founder

Tracey Metzger
tracey@ftgi.org

Tracey Metzger is the co-founder and President of For the Girls International, Inc. Her passion is to see women awakened to their unique purpose and empowered to use their unique gifts to share the hope and love of God with a hurting world. As a speaker and writer, Tracey’s refreshingly honest, down-to-earth approach encourages and inspires her audiences to live and move in the fullness of who God created them to be. Through various avenues, Tracey spends her days connecting with women of all ages and walks of life and inviting them into a sisterhood of love, support, and encouragement. She loves meeting women and hearing their stories. Whether you’re attending an FTGI event, reading her blog, or sitting across the table from her at Starbucks, you will find yourself utterly engaged in what Tracey has to say. You will also feel loved and understood. Her willingness to share her personal experiences and thoughts allows for any woman of any background to receive a message that is relatable, relevant, and motivational. Tracey and her husband of 32 years, Dan, have lived in Tampa Bay since 1993. They are blessed with two grown sons, a teenage daughter, and lovely daughter-in-law and a sweet granddaughter.

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