Day 2 | Entrepreneurial Drive

Day 2 | Entrepreneurial Drive

Ignite The Flame

“I remind you to fan into flame the gift of God that is within you.” 1 Timothy 1:6

The key to having life-long financial success is the realization that your greatest resource is the natural gift that is on deposit within you.  God is wise enough to put reserves within His creation bountiful enough to sustain that creation.

The secret is digging deep to explore and discover your natural God-given abilities. It’s time to start fanning into flame your gift.



  • Visit
  • Make a list of your natural abilities.
  • Ask trusted friends what they define as your natural gifts.
  • Begin to sharpen your abilities.
  • What problem does your gift solve?
  • How can you monetize your gift?


Write down a list of at least five things that you are gifted at doing.


“Don’t just let your business or your job make something for you, let it make something of you.” ~Jim Rohn

“A successful man continues to look for work after he has found a job.” ~Anonymous



  • Which one of your gifts brings you the most joy?
  • Which of your gifts come very natural to you?
  • Which of your gifts could be converted into additional income or a second job?
  • Take a moment to LEAVE A REPLY below and share your insight.


  1. Scott 11 years ago

    todays challange is easy for me, I started my business doing what I am good at. And I also am trying to start a mission based group for repairs and homes for people. That is my “God ” idea that we are trying to move froward

    • John Mallory 10 years ago

      That sounds great Scott something that is in my heart too, maybe we can link up and discuss more.

  2. Darren Chappuies 11 years ago

    Today is day two. Went to Strength Finders, and took the test. Now I know what to work on. This is really a great test to take if you are not sure where you stand. I reccomend it to any of you that are not sure of your strengths.

  3. Dave 11 years ago

    Wow, so many dreams. Time to take the first step. Here we go!

  4. Frank 11 years ago

    I already use one of my strengths for a part time job. Now I just need to figure out using it full time.

  5. Mike Z 11 years ago

    now you got me thinking WOW i did not know what i was capable of this is very insightful I thank my Lord Jesus that Neil wrote this and God pushed me toget off my lazy behind and do this .

  6. Mike Z 11 years ago

    I did it a have five abilities I am gifted with that I did not know I have WOW

  7. David Elliott 11 years ago

    Did Strength Finders a few years ago. It was good to be reminded of my strengths.It also reminded me that God has supplied me with the tools that I need. I however need to keep them honed and ready to use. Even a master craftman is just a man until he puts his hands to the task.

  8. Jeremiah Quattrone 11 years ago

    This is a hard challenge for me, Im not sure what my natural gifts are … I went to the strengthsfinder website and couldnt find access to the test without buying the book to get an access code. Is there an alternative resource?

  9. Jason 10 years ago

    I have never really worked on my talents. I guess I just got invovled in other things in my life. Anyway I do know what I am gifted in and will start to sharpen those talents and also find out what else I am good at. This will definately be a journey for me as one of those talents is playing musical instruments.

  10. Stephen Jakubowski 9 years ago

    This is great I love asking these tough questions.

  11. Loranzy 9 years ago

    Very insightful and a venture of self discovery.

  12. Brent Haeseker 9 years ago

    My natural gift is song writing. Struggling to put that into an entrepreneurial context.

  13. Blake Mcinnis 9 years ago

    I went to strength finders web sight and took the test. It actually gave me a lot of insight into my strengths that I was unaware of.

  14. Kyle 9 years ago

    Yeah, this was good. It’s been a while since I sat down and answered questions like these. It made me realize areas I’ve grown in and skills I’ve honed since my college years. Some things we’re naturally gifted with, and some things we can develop with maturity, wisdom, and experience.

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