Apr 30, 2018
Are you living your purpose?
Esther Hunter is an Inspirational Speaker, Author and Worship
Leader, with 15+ years of experience, igniting passion into her
audiences through practical demonstrations, powerful thoughts and
strategic leadership insight.
As a dynamic conference speaker, television and radio media
guest, Esther conveys to her audiences the dynamics of education,
business, faith, and civic responsibility. She has a Master of
Business Administration from Cameron University and is currently
pursuing a Master of Arts in Marital and Family Therapy.
During our conversation with Esther, we focus on leadership
development, specifically developing the leader within and the
responsibility of living out our purpose and vision as women.
Esther shares from her perspective as a leader in business,
ministry and her family. She explains why it is so important for
women to look within to find their purpose, rather than for
external validation, and encourages women to never settle for less
than they are capable of. Not only will you suffer in terms of
confidence and power, it will negatively impact the people closest
to you. Embrace your truth and who you really are, and then release
it into the world!
- Three Essential V’s for women in leadership – VISION (directly
related to your purpose), VIRTUE (strength to walk out your vision)
and VICTORY (your testimony of what you made it through).
- Speak to the audience you are called to.
- Never settle for less than you’re worth, and never settle for
less than you can do. Any position that causes you to suppress the
magnitude of what you can release is probably not your
- Make decisions based on purpose not feelings. Many women don’t
know their purpose and thus don’t set boundaries for their life
based upon that purpose.
- Some people are in our life for a reason, some for a season,
and then there are some who are meant to transition in this journey
of life with us. It’s based on theirs and our life purpose.
- Each person in a relationship has to be comfortable with who
they are, before they can be comfortable with who the person they
are in a relationship with is being. When a person is
comfortable with who they are, then the need to compete is not
- You don’t need permission from anyone to be who you were
created to be. Stop looking for external things to affirm what you
see on the inside. It is your vision, your life purpose, and you
are ultimately responsible to fulfill it. As you move forward,
external things will begin to accommodate what you see
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