In part 2 of episode 2, we get an opportunity to sit down with Adam Farmer again as he provides insight on his journey of experiencing trauma, rediscovering his true purpose, the importance of good health, and the pursuit of FREEDOM. He advises us to understand that the failures in our lives ultimately teach us what we don’t want.
Adam Farmer Bio
CEO of Adam Farmer Ministries, Founder of a Leadership Academy (LA) and a New Business Accelerator (“NBA”), Adam is a master connector who is truly an advocate for the entrepreneur. His purpose in life is “To Promote The Spiritual and Financial Well-Being of Mankind.” With a unique set of skills, Adam a “Marketplace Minister” is able to effectively communicate his belief that God wants “You” to be profitable in “Your” faith and finances. The Leadership Academy is a global movement of visionary leaders. Faith is taught to develop self-leadership processes. We believe that you must first learn to lead yourself well.
The New Business Accelerator deepens the lessons on faith to produce physical manifestations. One of the approaches is financial education of equity markets as a potential source of financial wellbeing. Another approach is the acquisition of cash-flowing business assets as a foundation to create healthy and wealthy communities.
A native of Chicago’s Austin community, Adam became acquainted with the power of faith and hard work at an early age. For the past 20 years, Adam has been integrating the inter-disciplinary principles of science and theology to drive change with a purpose thus creating more sustainable business models. Adam holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Illinois State University and a Master of Divinity from The Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University. He is single, lives in Chicago and is a co-parent of an amazing teenage boy.
The fulfillment of finding true freedom in life. Have you obtained spiritual, physical, or financial freedom in your life? Are the key areas in your life replenishing themselves regularly? You do not have to tether yourself to the same worldly possessions that society leads you towards. True wealth is found in health and freedom.
Working to not carry your past trauma into your future should be a primary goal for anyone recovering from trauma. Fight to find your peace and protect it. Work to remove the discord between one’s spirit and one’s soul.
Do not give power to your fears. Faith and fear cannot exist in the same active space. Therefore if you claim to be a person of faith, then how can you dwell in your fears of negative outcomes. Do not fear the possibility of failed outcomes, but rather embrace the opportunities of getting one step closer to your successes.
Future of Faith and Feelings
What do you do when you reach a point in your life where things you have learned in your life are called into question by the events you have experienced? This brings true controversy into how we work to make change in our lives and where we pull our strength and support from. Know that God is not threatened by our greatness.
Final Words of Guidance
Learn from the failures in your life, but don’t dwell in them. Be careful what you give you energy to in life. Understand that every lesson in life, whether success or failure, is there to teach and remind you of where you do and do not want to be in life.
Once you have decided what you won’t do after a situation occurs, all of your energy has to go towards what you are willing to do to get to where you need to be. There is no purpose in ruminating on the dark aspects of your trauma.
Dwell in the fact that if God has brought you through the traumatic events in your life, He will do it again, and again, and again.
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