Kathi Lipp is back with author Shannon Popkin for episode 2 of this 4-part series about comparison. Have you ever felt like you are too different to belong in a particular space? Maybe your audience isn’t as large as someone you follow on social media, or your platform isn’t as far-reaching. Kathi and Shannon talk this week about how the things that make us feel as though we don’t fit in can actually be our strengths. Instead of considering those parts of us that are different as making us “less than,” Shannon invites us to consider those differences as tools we are given to reach our intended audience. Sometimes identifying our differences can benefit our business or ministry. Listen in as the pair discusses what it means to
- Know what you bring
- Know what you don’t bring
- Know your capacity
And if you missed episode 1, you’ll want to be sure to go back and catch up.
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Meet Your Hosts
Author, Speaker, Communicator Academy Creator and CEO
Shannon Popkin is a writer, speaker, and Bible teacher who loves to blend her gifts for storytelling and humor with her passion for Jesus. Shannon regularly speaks at Christian women’s events and retreats, inviting women to live like God’s Word is true.
Shannon is the author of Comparison Girl: Lessons from Jesus on Me-Free Living in a Measure-Up World, Control Girl: Lessons on Surrendering Your Burden of Control from Seven Women in the Bible, and co-author of Influence (Building a Platform That Elevates Jesus (Not Me). She’s been featured on FamilyLife Today, Revive Our Hearts, and Proverbs 31.
Popkin and her husband Ken have been married for twenty-five years and live in West Michigan. They have three young adult children, and two shihtzus, who (unlike the kids) have no plans of moving out.
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