Media personality Grace Msalame who has been on blogs constantly since quitting her well-paying corporate job for something different, says the move has been a “daring” one. That it brought “fear” to her.
The well-endowed beauty has made it a habit nowadays to post motivational and inspiring posts although she is yet to expressly say what it is that she is doing now careerwise. She has however said in numerous posts that she quit her job to serve God.
She started the recent post by borrowing a quote from Soren Kierkegaard; “To dare is to lose one’s footing momentarily. Not to dare is to lose oneself”.
“That statement in many ways has been my truth for the most part of the year as I jumped into new territory very unfamiliar with what it would look like yet only to find myself in the process & allow for my purpose to lead the way. Fear was there all through, many moments when the past seemed ‘safer’ than this adventure but it’s in the adventure that we truly discover what we’re made of.”
Adding: “So like Steve Harvey said, ‘When you jump your parachute won’t take off immediately but when it does there’s just no looking back!’ So doing it afraid is pretty much feeling the fear & doing it anyway! Having low days & sticking it out! Constantly remembering to be courageous which means to act from the heart – where your treasure lies & your treasure should determine what you decide to do with your life & how you prioritize it.”
She advised her fans that, “Your Faith, Purpose, Passion, Family shouldn’t factor in last but should guide the decision & when you find it- do it & do it consistently! Consistency naturally communicates who you are & sets you apart- so keep doing it for what we do authentically automatically navigates our way towards our natural tribe & it also allows for the purpose to fully manifest. You see where there is purpose there is provision, so as long as you’re intentionally seeking it out- the provision will find it’s way to you & the peace it comes with will sustain you because when the Why is Clear… The how is easy.”
I bet you’re feeling more inspired thanks to “Rev” Grace.