8 in 8

Author and Clairvoyant/Clairsentient Christian Medium Donna Lynn believes that everyone has a team of divine helpers available to them, to help them navigate a lifetime of challenges and obstacles more successfully. Donna is an intuitive medium, coach and writer who teaches others how to connect to their divine team.


  It is my mission is to enable misfit entrepreneurs.

For me it is all about inspiring as many people as possible to listen to their gut and follow their intuition!!
So, I’m lifting the lid on ‘entrepreneurship’ and asking people who are walking their talk to answer my 8 in 8
– Eight quick fire questions, in eight minutes, not too much thinking – straight from their hearts.

Be sure to check back each week for a little more quick fire inspiration, I update them every other week… (why not sign up to my mailing list to make sure you don’t miss out?)

1, 2, 3 GO!


Donna Lynn1. What does being an Entrepreneur mean to you?

Being an entrepreneur means freedom, vision, creation, hard work, and total responsibility for the outcome. As an entrepreneur, I’ve worked long hours, sometimes without the pay I would have earned if I’d been employed. As a mom and entrepreneur, I can grow and learn and still fit my career around my life.

2.  What did you want to be when you grew up?

Everything! Seriously. I was a great student, even with undiagnosed attention deficit disorder and dyslexia. I loved learning about the world. I love animals, photography, the beach, writing, math, target practice, etc. 

3.  When did you decide to be self employed?

When we lived many states away from our family and then we had our firstborn son. When I got the itch to go back to work, to be around other adults, and be “more” than a stay-at-home mom, I realized that in the metropolitan area we lived,  it cost more to put our newborn in daycare than I’d made at my office manager position that I’d just left! Then there was the colic that became a celiac diagnosis. This was before the popularity of gluten-free. I had to make everything me and my 2 little guys ate so we wouldn’t become horribly sick. I bemoaned my fate until I decided that I could entertain my brain, maybe make some money on the side and make sure we were safe. I’ve graduated from those early entrepreneurial tries into a career that embraces who I am on all levels.

4.  Who inspires you?

Nice, creative, loving people who work hard and have a well-balanced life.

5. What is non negotiable in your schedule?

My family comes first. I chose this harder, unsteady entrepreneurial road because I wanted the flexibility and freedom to put family first. Until my kids are in college, they, my husband, my parents, my extended family and close friends take precedence on my calendar. Luckily, there’s room for everyone. 

6. What makes you feel ARGH!?

The worst are the mean, greedy, narcissistic people who do evil things because they can. The second category is the apathetic people with their eyes closed and their fingers in their ears who won’t pick a side. For example, take big oil. Soon we will have a world with no clean drinkable water because of the pollution from fracking chemicals, coal ash, nuclear waste, etc.  We are living in a world of darkness and light. People need to pick a side and take a stand.

7. What do you do that helps you to feel more AHHH!?

Pray, meditate, read, learn, research nature and spirit, and interact with people anywhere and everywhere. I love seeing the God/Good in them. I can see that Divine and Guiding Light in real, everyday folks and I know we are kindred spirits. The best ahhs are in my work. As a medium, Certified Angel Card Reader, spiritual coach and intuitive, the messages I receive for my clients often bring me to happy tears and/or have me donning my warrior garb in defense of them. When people open up to what they can’t see and really feel that divine guidance, there’s no peace or love that’s greater. I love sharing that “Ahh” moment with everyone.

8.  What would you like your epitaph to read?

She loved greatly, laughed hard and shined a divine light for those that needed it. 

You can find out more about Donna and her work on her website,  on Facebook and on Twitter.

 


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