Lauren Paine is in a word-impressive. I have had the pleasure of watching Lauren from afar as a financial professional, community leader and overall impressive human for the past several years. Not only is she an incredibly accomplished financial services advisor for Northwestern Mutual, but she is also a community leader. She has undertaken the incredibly tall task of becoming the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Woman of the Year in Houston.
Please click HERE to learn more about how you can help Lauren in her efforts. In this episode we discuss tools and tactics to better know yourself first so you can understand what you should do with your life. Lauren almost immediately discovered a methodology to deploy finding her “dream job” as a financial advisor. She discusses how she created a list of what things she didn’t want to do on a daily basis as well as what she loved to do.
I found her exercise in this regard fantastic. As someone who believes in journaling myself, I found her approach very beneficial. Please enjoy this great conversation with my friend Lauren Paine.
My favorite quote from the show from Lauren: “Work like it’s up to you. Pray like it’s up to Him.”
Books Lauren recommends:
“The Circle Maker” By Mark Batterson
“Just Mercy” Bryan Stevenson
“Daring Greatly” Brene Brown
“The Case for Christ” Lee Strobel
“The One Thing” Gary Keller and Jay Papasan
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Go crush it!