Most of us are living lives that are fairly unbroken. We work, worship, play, and love. We manage households and try to squeeze in a teensy bit of time for self-care…fitness and recreation. If we’re very determined, we might even have a meaningful, purposeful pursuit on the horizon.
Perhaps like you, Diane Markins found herself becoming tired and bored going through life with sort of a beautiful, blurry focus. “Things were OK but I wanted more… to be a Woman in High Def.”
“Living in High Def means to take bold action and not accept anything less than God’s best. Evaluate! Is your love-life inspired or ho-hum? Be a strong, brave mom. Become an empowered friend. Boldly pursue passions and purpose. Live each moment with awareness and intention. Don’t miss a single opportunity God presents. I’ll share with Jory some ways to sharpen your focus and jump-start your high-def life.”
About Diane Markins
Diane Markins has always aspired to live in High Def. Her new book Women in High Def, Boldly Living Your Purposes with Vibrant Clarity is available on Amazon, Facebook and DianeMarkins.com. She uses her radio show, writing and speaking to inspire women to transform their lives from mediocre and complacent to bold and vibrant. She settles for nothing less in her own life as a wife, mom, grandmother, friend and colleague. Diane writes two blogs, both available at DianeMarkins.com, and is a regular contributor to the Presidential Prayer Team website and CBN.com. She and her husband of 33 years work and live close to their kids in Arizona.
Diane’s Success Tips
To be a woman in “high def” take these steps:
- Take stock of your life.
- Determine where you are and would like to be.
- Learn what’s holding you back.
- Stay connected to God and good friends.
- Recognize that every successful person has experienced trials, failures and pain.
- Be bold and fearless in all you do.
Diane’s Favorite Quote
“You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You must do the thing which you think you cannot do.” ~Eleanor Roosevelt
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