How to Survive The Coronavirus Economic Upheaval

This coronavirus is unlike anything we've ever seen…

But economic and career upheaval isn't new.   

In fact, I first went through it back in 1987.  That's when my entire bank department was eliminated with just 1-hour notice. 

Maybe you remember Black Monday. It was one of the worst stock market crashes in history.  And it led to massive job losses. 

I still remember leaving my office and heading for the train station.  Tears streaming down my face, as the corporate ladder had just been pulled out from under me. 

And I can still remember the decision I made that fateful day:

“I will NEVER let myself be totally dependent on an employer. Ever again.”

By the time I sat on that train, I had made my decision: to forget corporate America's empty promise of security and learn to depend on God and my God-given talents.  

And that's exactly what I did.  And you can do it, too. 

I turned my passion for writing into a business and never looked back.  Within two years, I had launched a successful business from home — and written my first best-selling Christian book called Homemade Business: A Woman's Step-by-Step Guide to Earning Money From Home

Now I can actually say that losing my job was one of the best things that ever happened to me.   It set me free from an empty way of life that had NOTHING TO DO with What God Put Me On The Planet To Do.

Is It Time For You To Re-evaluate? 

Let me offer some practical help during the Coronavirus crisis: 

 I did more than survive Black Monday.  I began to THRIVE like never before. 

Because I took the opportunity to reimagine what I wanted from my life.   

I'm praying for you and those you love as we journey through this dark valley with the deadly coronavirus. 

But I'm convinced that our amazing God can bring good out of it.  He did for me.  He will do it for you. 

Love & Prayers,


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