10 Biblical Qualities of a Servant Leader // Leadership for Christian Women

In today’s episode, we are discussing 10 qualities of a servant leader for Christian women ready to step into that calling. Get your Bible out because this one is packed with scripture.

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Welcome back to another episode of the Milk and Honey podcast. I am so excited because just two weeks ago we were talking about servant leadership, and I wanted to dive a little bit deeper into some qualities of what it means to actually be a servant leader. And so when we think about leadership, we often think about people who are in charge.

People have a power and authority. But servant leadership is different, and it’s about putting others first and leading by example. And so today I wanna look at 10 qualities of a servant leader backed up by scripture. So get your favorite drink out, get your scriptures, get a notebook, get a highlighter.

Like we’re diving into scripture today One of the first qualities I wanna talk about in a servant leader is humility. Philippians two, three. It says, do nothing outta selfish ambition or vain conceit, rather, in humility, value others above yourselves. As leaders, it’s important to remember that it’s not about us.

We need to value others and put their needs first. And I wanna be really clear and say that putting others’ needs first and thinking about other people first is not. The permission that you need to let somebody treat you like a doormat or to be like abused by people or anything like that. But it is about thinking about, it’s about thinking about others first.

And also I think recognizing that we don’t have to know everything, right? We don’t have to know everything. We don’t have to be everything. It’s okay to lead with humility in this way. And so I love that verse. It’s something that I have up in my office actually as a reminder because I’m podcasting, because I teach Radiant Leadership Academy and I’m going through a certified speaking program and all these things, right?

I don’t ever want the reason that I do these things to be like Philippians two, three says outta selfish ambition or being conceit. I don’t want anybody to ever put me on a pedestal. I don’t want anybody to ever. J just look at me and see me. I want people to look at me and see Jesus. I want people to look at me and see God in and through what it is that I’m doing, and so I have it.

I have it up on my wall as a reminder that what I’m doing is not about me at all. It is solely about Christ, and it is about being obedient to what the Lord has called me to do, but also to remain humble in this calling. So I just wanna put that out there, that humility. Humility is a huge part of servant leadership.

And the worldly leadership is about putting you at the top, right? Worldly leadership is about your fame, about people recognizing you and acknowledging what it is that you’re doing. And servant leadership is about saying, yes, I did those things, but it’s only because of God. Yes, I’m able to step up in this way because of the Lord.

Yes, I’m different because of the Lord. It’s never about us and it’s always about him. So I just wanted to, I wanted to harp on that one a little bit. The second quality of a servant leader is, Romans 1215. It says, rejoice with those who rejoice, mourn with those who mourn. And so as leaders, we have to put our people ourselves in other people’s shoes to understand their joy, their struggles, what it is they’re going through.

I currently have a team of about 50, which is a crazy concept to think about. So I have this team, and every single one of them has a very unique situ. They each have very unique wants. They have very unique needs. They have different things that excite them, different things that motivate them. There.

There are different life circumstances that they’re each going through, and so I, as a leader, I need to a, be aware of everything that they’re going through. I need to be, know them so intimately that I know what lights them up. But then I also need to, because I know them so well and I know what lights them up and I know what they’re going through, I also, I need to have grace because they are not all going to perform the same.

And I don’t even that word. But They’re not going to show up in the same way, and everybody’s gonna show up differently at different seasons of their life. And so that’s okay but I as a leader, have to be empathetic to whatever season it is that they’re in, whatever they’re walking in, so I can support them in that.

I cannot expect, I cannot expect somebody on my team who is going through. A tragic circumstance, right? I’m not saying any of them are, but I couldn’t expect that they’re doing the same work or same type of work as somebody on my team who has like smooth sailing and everything, it’s like hunky dory in her world.

It’s just not reality. And so we cannot expect the same output from people that we serve because their input is not gonna be the same because of their life circumstances and because of the person that God created them to be. And so we cannot expect the same output. And so for that reason, I think it’s really important to be empathetic and to really take time to get to know the people that you’re serving.

Another quality. Your third quality of servant leadership is to be courageous. Joshua 19. It says, have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid. Do not be discouraged for the Lord. Your God will be with you wherever you go. And I know that’s a promise. Pray for Joshua as they go into the promised land.

But as leaders, we have to have the courage to stand up for what’s right even when it’s difficult. We have to have the courage to stand in the authority that Christ has given us. When it’s difficult, we have. As leaders, we have to stand in the promises God has over each of our lives

with courage, even though it’s hard, right? I have a, I have Luke 1 45 on my desk. Actually, somebody from my team emailed it to me when I graduated with my Radiant Leadership and life coaching certification a few weeks ago, and Luke 1 45 says, blessed is she who has believed as the Lord would fulfill his promises to her.

And it’s got an exclamation point at the end this is serious. Blessed is she who believes that the Lord will fulfill his promises to her. That takes courage. That takes standing in truth, when things don’t feel like they’re working out your way, that takes leading in a new way. You have to be different.

You have to be courageous, and you have to know that God is there guiding whatever shaky step you have to take. Joshua knew the promise that they were gonna take the promise land. Didn’t know how that was gonna work, didn’t know what that would look like. I didn’t really know what to say to his people other than, I have this promise from the Lord.

I have a promise from the Lord, and we’re gonna rest on that and it’s gonna seem scary. But we have to trust in the Lord, and so we have to move forward with courage. And so I wanna encourage you like what has God asked? What has God promised to you? What has God told you is for you and you can’t see away right now what feels really scary to you to take the next step, whatever that is, I want you to do it anyway because God says he will be with you wherever you go.

And so you have nothing to be afraid of. Move forward in peace and in grace and encourage knowing that God has your back. Our fourth quality of servant leadership and y’all covering 10. Today is Vision. Proverbs 29 18 says, where there is no vision, the people perish, y’all. It says, where there is no vision, the people parish.

As leaders, we have to have a clear sense of where we’re going and what we wanna achieve, and then be able to communicate that vision to others, right? Everything is either growing or it’s dying. In order to grow, you have to have vision. I just wanna share the N I V version of that actually, cause I really love it.

I have it in front of my face. It says, where there is no revelation, people cast off restraint, but bless it is the one who, hes the wisdom instruction where there is no revelation. People perish. Where there is no vision, people perish. And so what is the vision God’s given you? What’s God telling you he’s gonna do and endure you?

What? What promises, again, has he already put over you? It’s the same thing with having courage. What is the vision? I, as a leader of my team, my vision has to be so big that it encompasses the vision of everybody else that I’m leading. As a leader, my vision has to be so big that I can fit the vision of other people underneath of that vision.

And y’all, people on my team, they got some big vision, but mine has to be bigger than that because I’m the leader and because my vision is bigger than their vision, I get to lead them into what it is that their vision is. And so having clear vision is really important because I can see where we’re going and I can see where people on 

Welcome back to another episode of the Milk and Honey podcast. I am so excited because just two weeks ago we were talking about servant leadership, and I wanted to dive a little bit deeper into some qualities of what it means to actually be a servant leader. And so when we think about leadership, we often think about people who are in charge.

People have a power and authority. But servant leadership is different, and it’s about putting others first and leading by example. And so today I wanna look at 10 qualities of a servant leader backed up by scripture. So get your favorite drink out, get your scriptures, get a notebook, get a highlighter.

Like we’re diving into scripture today One of the first qualities I wanna talk about in a servant leader is humility. Philippians two, three. It says, do nothing outta selfish ambition or vain conceit, rather, in humility, value others above yourselves. As leaders, it’s important to remember that it’s not about us.

We need to value others and put their needs first. And I wanna be really clear and say that putting others’ needs first and thinking about other people first is not. The permission that you need to let somebody treat you like a doormat or to be like abused by people or anything like that. But it is about thinking about, it’s about thinking about others first.

And also I think recognizing that we don’t have to know everything, right? We don’t have to know everything. We don’t have to be everything. It’s okay to lead with humility in this way. And so I love that verse. It’s something that I have up in my office actually as a reminder because I’m podcasting, because I teach Radiant Leadership Academy and I’m going through a certified speaking program and all these things, right?

I don’t ever want the reason that I do these things to be like Philippians two, three says outta selfish ambition or being conceit. I don’t want anybody to ever put me on a pedestal. I don’t want anybody to ever. J just look at me and see me. I want people to look at me and see Jesus. I want people to look at me and see God in and through what it is that I’m doing, and so I have it.

I have it up on my wall as a reminder that what I’m doing is not about me at all. It is solely about Christ, and it is about being obedient to what the Lord has called me to do, but also to remain humble in this calling. So I just wanna put that out there, that humility. Humility is a huge part of servant leadership.

And the worldly leadership is about putting you at the top, right? Worldly leadership is about your fame, about people recognizing you and acknowledging what it is that you’re doing. And servant leadership is about saying, yes, I did those things, but it’s only because of God. Yes, I’m able to step up in this way because of the Lord.

Yes, I’m different because of the Lord. It’s never about us and it’s always about him. So I just wanted to, I wanted to harp on that one a little bit. The second quality of a servant leader is, Romans 1215. It says, rejoice with those who rejoice, mourn with those who mourn. And so as leaders, we have to put our people ourselves in other people’s shoes to understand their joy, their struggles, what it is they’re going through.

I currently have a team of about 50, which is a crazy concept to think about. So I have this team, and every single one of them has a very unique situ. They each have very unique wants. They have very unique needs. They have different things that excite them, different things that motivate them. There.

There are different life circumstances that they’re each going through, and so I, as a leader, I need to a, be aware of everything that they’re going through. I need to be, know them so intimately that I know what lights them up. But then I also need to, because I know them so well and I know what lights them up and I know what they’re going through, I also, I need to have grace because they are not all going to perform the same.

And I don’t even that word. But They’re not going to show up in the same way, and everybody’s gonna show up differently at different seasons of their life. And so that’s okay but I as a leader, have to be empathetic to whatever season it is that they’re in, whatever they’re walking in, so I can support them in that.

I cannot expect, I cannot expect somebody on my team who is going through. A tragic circumstance, right? I’m not saying any of them are, but I couldn’t expect that they’re doing the same work or same type of work as somebody on my team who has like smooth sailing and everything, it’s like hunky dory in her world.

It’s just not reality. And so we cannot expect the same output from people that we serve because their input is not gonna be the same because of their life circumstances and because of the person that God created them to be. And so we cannot expect the same output. And so for that reason, I think it’s really important to be empathetic and to really take time to get to know the people that you’re serving.

Another quality. Your third quality of servant leadership is to be courageous. Joshua 19. It says, have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid. Do not be discouraged for the Lord. Your God will be with you wherever you go. And I know that’s a promise. Pray for Joshua as they go into the promised land.

But as leaders, we have to have the courage to stand up for what’s right even when it’s difficult. We have to have the courage to stand in the authority that Christ has given us. When it’s difficult, we have. As leaders, we have to stand in the promises God has over each of our lives

with courage, even though it’s hard, right? I have a, I have Luke 1 45 on my desk. Actually, somebody from my team emailed it to me when I graduated with my Radiant Leadership and life coaching certification a few weeks ago, and Luke 1 45 says, blessed is she who has believed as the Lord would fulfill his promises to her.

And it’s got an exclamation point at the end this is serious. Blessed is she who believes that the Lord will fulfill his promises to her. That takes courage. That takes standing in truth, when things don’t feel like they’re working out your way, that takes leading in a new way. You have to be different.

You have to be courageous, and you have to know that God is there guiding whatever shaky step you have to take. Joshua knew the promise that they were gonna take the promise land. Didn’t know how that was gonna work, didn’t know what that would look like. I didn’t really know what to say to his people other than, I have this promise from the Lord.

I have a promise from the Lord, and we’re gonna rest on that and it’s gonna seem scary. But we have to trust in the Lord, and so we have to move forward with courage. And so I wanna encourage you like what has God asked? What has God promised to you? What has God told you is for you and you can’t see away right now what feels really scary to you to take the next step, whatever that is, I want you to do it anyway because God says he will be with you wherever you go.

And so you have nothing to be afraid of. Move forward in peace and in grace and encourage knowing that God has your back. Our fourth quality of servant leadership and y’all covering 10. Today is Vision. Proverbs 29 18 says, where there is no vision, the people perish, y’all. It says, where there is no vision, the people parish.

As leaders, we have to have a clear sense of where we’re going and what we wanna achieve, and then be able to communicate that vision to others, right? Everything is either growing or it’s dying. In order to grow, you have to have vision. I just wanna share the N I V version of that actually, cause I really love it.

I have it in front of my face. It says, where there is no revelation, people cast off restraint, but bless it is the one who, hes the wisdom instruction where there is no revelation. People perish. Where there is no vision, people perish. And so what is the vision God’s given you? What’s God telling you he’s gonna do and endure you?

What? What promises, again, has he already put over you? It’s the same thing with having courage. What is the vision? I, as a leader of my team, my vision has to be so big that it encompasses the vision of everybody else that I’m leading. As a leader, my vision has to be so big that I can fit the vision of other people underneath of that vision.

And y’all, people on my team, they got some big vision, but mine has to be bigger than that because I’m the leader and because my vision is bigger than their vision, I get to lead them into what it is that their vision is. And so having clear vision is really important because I can see where we’re going and I can see where people on my team wanna go, and I know how they get there.

I know exactly how it is that they get there and I get to lead them to that place. But if they had no vision for what they wanted, They wouldn’t get anywhere, they would stay stagnant. And so it’s really important to have big vision and be able to communicate that effectively and know how it is to achieve that, whatever that vision is.

The next quality I wanna talk about our fifth quality. We’re already halfway. There is wisdom. One of my favorite verses is James one five, and it says, if any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask of God who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you. And so as leaders, we need to seek wisdom from God to make wise decisions that benefit everybody.

And here’s the best part, is there is no decision to Baker too small to take. Not one. You can take anything that you are wrestling with to the Lord if you’re like completely unsure, right? I’m not talking about, I have, the Lord’s already prompted me to do this thing and I need 27 confirmations to do this thing.

That’s not it. The Lord does not need to send you 27 different confirmations to go and do the thing that he has told you to go and. What I’m talking about is, Hey Lord, I’m at like a crossroads. Both of these seem like good options. Where do you want me to go? What’s the next best step? What’s the next best step?

Not what’s the next five best steps? So what’s the next best step? What’s the next best one you want me to make? And having the courage to say, Lord, if this is not the direction you want me to go close that door too, so I don’t walk down that path. But the only way you’re gonna know where God wants you to go and the way in which he wants you to lead is to ask.

And God will tell you, I just told you James one, five, God will tell you where to go. God will tell you what the next move is. But you have to ask, and again, I wanna be really clear. It says, if you lack wisdom, If you are untrusting and you need a 28th confirmation that this is what you’re supposed to do, then ask of God.

That’s not what I’m saying and that’s not what the verse says. Verse says, if you lack wisdom, if you are not sure what you’re supposed to do at all, if God has not confirmed a direction for you yet, then go ask him. Cuz he’ll tell you if you ask. But you don’t need 27. You do not need 27 d. Confirmation that this is the way you’re supposed to go.

And I think sometimes, especially as women, we get really hung up. We’re like, okay, God, I know you told me to go this way, but I need to hear it from somebody else. I need to see it in scripture. One more time. I need to hear it in a talk one more time. I need to hear it on a podcast. Just one more time.

This is this really why you want from. Because while you are sitting here and inaction and not taking the next best step, there are people out there whose prayers are not being answered because of your delayed obedience. And delayed obedience is disobedience. And so I wanna encourage you, if God has already confirmed something for you, then take the next best step.

Whatever that step is, take that step. You’ll be glad that you did. God will bless you for taking that step. And the people that you lead will follow suit. They will be thankful because they are watching you and they are expecting you to show up and show them the way. And so if you’re sitting here in Inact, They’re sitting there in an action.

So you need to be moving forward with whatever it is God’s asked you to do with the wisdom that God has given you. Sorry, I’m gonna get on my soapbox about this one. The next one I wanna talk about is compassion. This is our sixth one, Colossians three 12. It says, therefore, as God’s chosen people, wholly and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience.

All this is a fruit of the spirit type of situ. And so as leaders, we have to show compassion to others. It goes along with empathy, right? We have to treat people with kindness and gentleness and love and grace and mercy, impatience. We have to be compassionate people. We have to, it is so easy as Christians to not show compassionate people.

I know too many people. I know too many people who. Who adopt like a holier than their attitude, and they have zero compassion for people. They suppress the sin that they have, right? They don’t wanna talk about the sin in themselves, but they’re very quick to point out sin in other people and just show zero compassion and zero grace, and zero mercy, and zero kindness, and zero gentleness.

There’s none of that exists. And so we have to be different. We have to show people that Christ is different because if our behavior is not different, then they’re not gonna think Jesus is worth following. And so as leaders, it is so important to lead with compassion. I can’t say that enough.

It’s so important. We lead with compassion. All right. Our seventh quality here is commitment. Ooh, girl. We gotta follow through with our commitment. Proverbs 16, three, it says, commit to the Lord whatever you do, and he will establish your plans. As leaders, we have gotta be so radically committed to our goals and to the vision, and then be willing to put in the time and the effort to make them a reality.

Something I say all the time is that we cannot compare the results. We have to look at the action it took to get the result. So I’ve seen this happen so many times, right? Where somebody on my team will say, man I’m really struggling. I’ve been stuck at the same income level or whatever.

It’s right for X amount of months. But seems to be moving really quickly. I don’t understand. What am I doing wrong? What am maybe I’m not influential enough, right? Like they, they start like coming up with reasons as to why or it’s, this just doesn’t work. But they’re not comparing the action, right?

Maybe. Maybe you’re putting in 15 minutes worth of time into the vision that you have, and somebody else is putting two plus hours, three hours, four hours, eight hours, whatever it is into their thing, right? You might have the same vision, but they’re putting more time, energy, and effort into it, and so that’s why it’s working for them.

And so you have to be so committed to the plans and to the vision and to the promises that God has given you because. Yes, God may put a promise on your life. He may have given you a vision, but then he doesn’t expect you to sit around eating bond bonds like waiting for it to happen. I think I hear this a lot from women who are like, I just wanna meet, Mr.

Wright, but I don’t. Like volunteer anywhere. I don’t serve anywhere. I don’t, they don’t do anything. They’re like sitting at home and so are you just expecting Mr. Wright to come and knock on your front door and be like, hello, I’m here. God sent me to be your husband even though I’ve never met you and you’ve never met me and we don’t know anything about each other girl, that’s not how it works.

You have to take action. You have to take committed action, and so commit yourself to whatever it is that God has told you to do. Commit yourself right now. I want you to think about this, like how committed are you to the vision God has given you? How committed are you? Is watching something on Netflix more important?

In your life, do they do a little time audit? Is it more important than the vision that you have? And I’m not saying you can’t kick back and relax and enjoy yourself. You should do that so you don’t burn out. But are we spending four hours a day watching Netflix when we could be working on the vision God has given us?

Maybe. Maybe. And so a servant leader is committed because when you, when the people you serve, see you. They’ll commit. They’ll commit, they’ll make just as much effort as you do because they’ll see you doing it. All right. The eighth quality of a servant leader is trust. Proverbs three, five through six says, trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding.

In all your ways, submit to him and he will make your path straight. As leaders, we have God who trust in God’s guidance. And earn the trust of others, right? We don’t have to, we don’t have to lean on our own wisdom, our own thoughts, our own skills, our own abilities, because it’s fickle, right? Like those things.

Those things are constantly in flux, but God is a constant and so we can submit all the things that we want to him and he will make your path straight. Do you trust him to make your path straight? Do you trust him to show you what it is that you need to do? And as you are trusting the Lord, are you being someone who is trustworthy?

Can your team or the people you’re leaning or whatever that looks like for you, can they trust you? Do you show up the way that you say you’re gonna show up? Are you displaying what it is to be a godly servant leader to them? Because if you are, then you’re trustworthy. If your team, if you’re, you know the people you’re serving, if they have questions that they have doubt, look at yourself.

What are you doing to make sure that you are showing up as a trustworthy person? Because a servant leader is trustworthy. They trust the Lord and others trust them. Okay, I’m gonna end up Ram. Our ninth quality of a servant leader is accountability. I feel like this goes along with our trust.

So in Galatians six two, it says, carry each other’s burdens, and in this way, you will fulfill the law of Christ. I love this one. And so as leaders, we have to hold ourselves accountable and others accountable, and then be willing to help others carry their burdens, whether it’s through mentorship code.

Or even just being there to listen and disciple people and to pour into them like, I love this. Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you fulfill the law of Christ. This, I feel like this goes along with the empathy and the trust because. Does your team trust you with their burdens?

Do they trust you with their vision? How are you holding them accountable? This is something I went through a lot with. Radiant Leadership Academy is the very first week we identify like our leadership style. How are we showing up as a leader? And some of these words, they sound really good. I’m actually, I’m gonna flip to it in my thing.

Cause I have the workbook right next to me, Boo. We are, of course, it’s like taking me forever to flip through pages because I’m asking you do that. So the one of them is controlling. That doesn’t sound good. Enabling, rewarding, empowering, loving, manipulative, or ultimatum. And so you hear loving and you’re like, yeah, I’m a loving leader.

Yeah, of course. I love my team, I love them. I wanna support. But it says, offering grace in love with very little accountability. And the first time I did Radiant Leadership Academy I’ve now done it three times. The very first time I did that, I looked at that and I was like, oh yeah, I’m loving. And then I looked at it and I was like yep, that is me.

I do not hold them accountable, and that’s not very loving. Loving is holding somebody accountable to the things that they want to do. And so now my leadership style is much more empowering. I encourage my team to step up in leadership. I call on people before they feel ready to step up in big ways in leadership.

Because it, it helps them move forward. And I take everybody’s goals that they have and I make them mine, right? I know what people on my team need. And I know why they need it. And so their goals become my goals and I hold them accountable to the things that they tell me that they said they wanted, you told me you needed to do X, Y, Z because of A, B, C, and you told me that doing this thing will solve problem one, two, and three.

And so I refuse. I refuse as a leader to let you fade into the background and not get the thing that you told me you needed. I’m holding you accountable to the thing you told me you. Because that’s the only way you’re gonna grow. It’s the only way you’re gonna grow. And I, my team probably gets sick of me, but I’m like, listen, I’m like, let’s check on your goals.

Like, where are you at? Where are you at? I lit, I keep ’em in a Google folder. I keep all their goals on a Google folder. And so I know what it is that they’re actively working on, what steps they’re taking to get there, and. How we’re progressing getting there, right? And so this part of being a sermon leader is, Hey, I’m not gonna, I’m not gonna let you fall behind.

Your burdens are my burdens. Your goals are my goals. Whatever it is that you need, I am here for you. All right, finally. Cause y’all, I could talk about this forever. And the 10th quality that I have for a servant leader is integrity. Proverbs 11, three. It says, the integrity of the upright guides them, but the unfaithful are destroyed by their duplicity.

As leaders, we’ve gotta be honest and transparent and consistent in not just our words, but our actions. And always do what’s right, even when it’s hard, even when nobody’s looking. Even when nobody’s looking especially in your home, how are you being a servant leader at home? It’s really easy to show up as a servant leader with your team, right where they expect a level of professionalism from you.

They expect you to show up as a leader. It’s really easy to show up as a servant leader in your community at church. But how are you showing up as a servant leader at home? How are you? Are you the same person that you are online and in front of a crowd as you are behind closed doors with your husband and your children?

That’s integrity. Are you the same person? If not confronted, ask God to reveal. Where does you need to be trans. Give yourself grace we’re not all perfect here, but are you? Are you showing up as the same person in every single area of your life? Are you the same person in a traffic jam that you are when you’re speaking in front of a crowd or leading your team?

Are you the same person? I want you to ask yourself that. So that’s it for this week, right? Those are our 10 qualities of a servant leader with some scripture references for you, to encourage you to go and study them, and them all listened in the show notes for you. And honestly, as you lead others, I’m just gonna encourage you to keep these qualities in mind and seek God’s guidance.

As you strive to serve others and make a difference in the world, I will see you all next week. It’s gonna be a very exciting episode. I have my first male guest coming on next week, and so I’m very excited to, to share that with you and it’s gonna be really good. And finally, I just wanted to let you know, starting on May 1st, I’m very excited.

I am doing a three day challenge. It’s a free three day challenge. Get to come hang out with me and it’s. Biblical Purpose discovery Challenge. And so for three days we’re gonna go through figuring out what it is that you’re called to do and how you’re called to do it, and just giving you tools to show up confidently and passionately in your.

In your purpose and you’re calling from the Lord. So that’ll be linked in the show notes for you. Or you could just go to priceless lyimperfect.com/challenge and you will find it. So I can’t wait to see you there. We start on May 1st, so be sure to get signed up. Like I said, it’s free, so be sure to sign up and I will see y’all next week.

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