Therefore, my dear brothers and sisters, stand firm. Let nothing move you. Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain. (1 Corinthians 15:58 NIV)
HEART OF GOAL
Alison Vaughn undoubtedly has been blessed to walk in the divine purpose for which God has created her.
And much to her delight, coupled with the immeasurable calling on her life, she has been elevated mightily to — for a lack of better words — worker smarter, not harder.
Consider, for instance, how God is steadfastly using Vaughn for His glory, particularly as an accomplished, gifted author who is the mastermind behind the awe-inspiring book, Ms. Goal Digger: Success Is Sexy — A CEO’s Guide to Goal Setting, Dressing The Part And Having It All.
During a recent interview with Making Headline News, Vaughn spoke in detail about how blessed she has become, given she took advantage of her God-mandated vision by composing a book that is as good as advertised.
“God speaks to us all the time, (but) it’s up to us to listen,” Vaughn says without hesitation.
A beloved native of Detroit, Vaughn especially heeded the wise counsel of the Holy Spirit when the golden opportunity had arisen to host “Ministry for Busy Moms,” her show that debuted the wake of this unprecedented global pandemic.
Having also found her fervent niche as a motivational speaker and award-winning entrepreneur, Vaughn’s newly-erected show, by all accounts, has become a monumental game-changer, of sorts, for someone who could be appropriately described as a serial entrepreneur in her own right.
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“God spoke to me about creating my own show during the pandemic,” Vaughn said. “The pandemic has given most of us time to sit back and reflect on our lives. While being quarantined, I sat in the house, wishing I could go out and do better in the world. I was so frustrated when I couldn’t leave the house, but I truly understood the COVID-19 pandemic rules.”
Still, Vaughn was determined not to allow a coronavirus outbreak that has claimed thousands upon thousands around the globe to prevent her from living and savoring her best life.
If nothing, this devout woman of faith diligently devised ways to make good of what was an indefinite unfavorable situation.
“As a busy, Corporate (America) mother of a nine-year-old, I always seem to come up with challenges of keeping up with a tween,” Vaughn said of her vision for composing her featured book and starting a new show. “Such as what’s the latest on Tik Tok, how to do the new math, etc. Therefore, I’m constantly busy. My wheels are always in motion, and I know the best way for me to be a great mother was to keep God in the middle of all my actions. And I felt other moms are probably feeling the same way, just needing a little inspiration from God.”
A book that is comprised of 122 pages, Vaughn’s Ms. Goal Digger: Success Is Sexy — A CEO’s Guide to Goal Setting, Dressing The Part And Having It All made its official debut on February 24, 2017 or, as Vaughn said, “during Women’s History month.”
Generally, Vaughn’s book is a tell-all guide for today’s businesswoman who aspire to get what she wants for herself, by herself, as mentioned in a detailed synopsis at Amazon.com.
“While the world may define success in dollars and cents, this book teaches women how to work smarter, not harder,” said an Amazon spokesperson for Vaughn’s Ms. Goal Digger: Success Is Sexy — A CEO’s Guide to Goal Setting, Dressing The Part And Having It.
In this book, readers will strive to become better versions of themselves by learning the following key strategies:
- How to network to increase your net worth
- How to develop a millionaire mindset
- How to act, speak and dress like a CEO and,
- How to set strategic goals and plans of action, among other entities.
“While many may define sexy as miniskirts, makeup, and stilettos, this book teaches that true sexiness starts with a mogul mindset,” Vaughn writes.
Like her featured written work, Vaughn’s “Ministry for Busy Moms” has enjoyed sustained success since it debuted on October 16, 2020, which ironically is recognized as National Bosses Day.
The CEO of Jackets for Jobs, a nonprofit organization she founded in 2000 and customarily provides employment etiquette, career skills training, and professional clothing to low-income individuals, Vaughn said: “I meet so many moms that have no direction. Many need a role model or guidance but seem afraid to really reach out for help. The looks on their faces scream, ‘Help,’ without saying a word. I can tell there is trouble.
“Once I open up to them one-on-one, I find out that they have relationship problems, financial, emotional, or drug problems. That’s when I decided to write a book about setting goals and getting grounded, as well as the birth of my talk show ministry for busy moms. What I mean about getting grounded is finding your inner peace. The way to do that is to find God. God will help anyone get through any issue.”
Just as He’s miraculously done for her.
Time and time again.
For more information about Detroit Author/Businesswoman Alison Vaughn, to inquire about her book, a speaking engagement, book signing, or interview requests, call her publicist, Pam Perry, at 248.690.6810 or connect with her via Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pamperryprpage; Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pam_perry/; Twitter: https://twitter.com/pamperry; LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pamperryprcoach/. Also, send email to: email@example.com.
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