5. Finding Joy in Your Kingdom Identity: Strategies to Overcome Comparison in Business

👑 In this episode, we tackle the topic of “Avoiding the Comparison Trap” that many of us can relate to as entrepreneurs.  

Comparisonitis is something that we all go through at some point in our entrepreneurial journey. It can be easy to look at others and feel a sense of inadequacy or envy. But in this episode, our hosts dive deep into the importance of understanding our Kingdom identity and embracing who God has called us to be.

They share personal experiences and practical tips to navigate through comparison and turn it into admiration and empowerment. They also talk about the importance of self-awareness and seeking God's guidance to overcome comparison and find joy and contentment in our own journey.

Whether you're just starting your business or already well-established, this episode is a must-listen for anyone looking to avoid the comparison trap and stay focused on their unique calling.

Remember, comparison is the thief of joy, but with the right mindset and God's guidance, we can overcome it and thrive in our businesses. Stay inspired and keep pursuing your purpose!

Here's a sneak peek at what they discussed: 

  • Understanding the negative impact of comparison on self-worth and joy
  • How comparison can lead to neglecting one's own calling and purpose
  • Personal experiences and strategies for moving through comparison

🎯 Key Takeaways for Entrepreneurs: 

1️⃣ Comparisonitis: We all go through this at some point in our entrepreneurial journey. It's important to recognize when we are comparing ourselves to others and how it can negatively impact our mindset. Remember that your identity is rooted in the Kingdom, and you are uniquely called and anointed to make a positive change through your business. 

2️⃣ Admiration vs Envy: While it's natural to admire and look up to others in our industry, we must be aware when admiration turns into envy. Instead of feeling threatened or resentful, learn to celebrate the success of others and recognize the blessings in your own journey. Each one of us has unique gifts and talents that contribute to the wonderful diversity in the business world. 

3️⃣ Healing and Renewal: When comparison triggers negative emotions, it's essential to take action. Consider muting or limiting exposure to triggers on social media and invite God into the process of healing and renewal. Ask Him to help you uncover the root causes of comparison and guide you towards a renewed perspective that aligns with His purpose for your life. 


Comparisonitis. We all go through it. It's that feeling of looking at others in your industry or on social media and feeling less than or not good enough. But guess what? You're not alone. We've all been there, including your hosts. Comparing ourselves to others can really mess with our sense of self-worth and steal our joy. As the Bible tells us, comparison is the thief of joy. That's why it's so important to understand our Kingdom identity and who God has called us to be. 

When we admire someone's success or talent, it's important to ensure that it doesn't turn into envy.  Envy is when we start thinking, “I don't want her to have that.” It's a dangerous path that robs us of joy and contentment.  That little twang of envy can creep in when we scroll through Instagram and compare ourselves. Instead, let's be aware of these feelings and ask God to reveal the root of our comparison and envy. Let's unpack it and find healing. Let's celebrate others' wins and stay rooted in our own uniqueness. 

As kingdom women entrepreneurs, we have ambitious goals and visions. But let's be cautious not to set the bar too high that it becomes impossible to achieve. Let's align our ambitions with God's plans and trust that He will guide us on this entrepreneurial journey.

Remember, you are called and anointed to impact positive change for the kingdom through your business. Embrace your unique gifts, celebrate others without envy, and trust in God's divine plan for your entrepreneurial journey. You've got this, kingdom women! 


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