“Be passionate about what you love. Don’t let fear or worries of what others think hold you back from being excited about what you’re doing. If you are truly happy in the place God has put you, keep that enthusiasm burning bright because your passion can be the match that lights a spark under someone else.” – Joyce Meyer, I Dare You


“You would be better off to make less money and be passionate about what you’re doing, than to make a lot of money doing something you despise. Will you dare to follow your heart all the way to fulfillment?” – Joyce Meyer, I Dare You

“What you make happen for somebody else, God will make happen for you. Don’t waste your pain. Let it be somebody else’s gain!” – Joyce Meyer, Approval Addiction

“If it really is impossible, there is nothing you can do anyway, so why worry about it?” – Joyce Meyer, I Dare You

“No matter what you might be going through right now or years from now, always remember your labor in the Lord will never be wasted. Do it wholeheartedly because purpose is only fulfilled when you put enthusiasm and love for what you’re doing behind it.” – Joyce Meyer, I Dare You

“If we do what we can do, God will do what we cannot do.” – Joyce Meyer, I Dare You

“Not everyone is going to like us, and there is nothing we could do about it but accept it and go on about our business. If we live our lives worrying about what other people think, we will never take risks or stretch ourselves into new realms. We will give up our dreams.” – Joyce Meyer, Approval Addiction

“In order to love what you do, you must do what you love.” – Joyce Meyer, I Dare You

“Being alone does not constitute being lonely. Loneliness is a result of not liking ourselves more than it is of not having people around us.” – Joyce Meyer, Approval Addiction

“Give your mind to what you are doing and train yourself to focus your full attention on what you are involved in at any given time. You can never enjoy the present moment when you’re multitasking. He wants us to work hard, but He also wants us to be wise enough to realize when we should stop all activity and not miss the miracle of the moment.” – Joyce Meyer

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