Top Takeaways from today’s show Hustling Is Required For Success:

You don’t want to miss this episode with Malinda Fuller. In this episode, Malinda and I talk about the lie people believe. That lie is that hustling is required for success. The hustle culture doesn’t want you to be successful.

Malinda unpacks the difference between working hard and being a workaholic. 

She described the difference between hustle and obedience. (Y’all it’s so good.)

The thing I love the most about this episode is that Malinda shows us what all of this looks like according to scripture. 

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About Malinda:

Malinda is a bold communicator who is passionate about thriving families and helping people grow as disciples of Jesus. She has been happily married for fourteen years to her husband, Alex, and is a proud homeschooling mom to her daughters. Malinda’s first book, Obedience Over Hustle: The Surrender of the Striving Heart released this fall with Barbour Publishers. You can connect with Malinda through her website or on Instagram.

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