Today’s guest is a role model of mine in joy, leadership, faith and business – Mignon Francois.
We talk all about her journey through the tough parts of life and how she went from $5 to her name to owning a multi-million dollar business.
Mignon is the epitome of joy and wisdom, and I know her story will bless you in massive ways!
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Drowning in debt to a legacy of joy
Through it all, Mignon’s purpose in life and business has stayed course – to “leave a legacy that makes people happy I was here.”
Through her life, she never felt special or chosen. God spoke to her and let her know she was special to Him, that He loved her more than anyone else loves her.
“What I love about God is He can make us all feel that way, and it’ll be the truth,” she said.
The mission she now pursues is a legacy of pure joy – by following God’s promises over her life, her faith has helped her create a business and legacy that radiates joy.
One of her favorite Bible verses is 2 Corinthians 9:13, “As a result of your ministry, they will give glory to God. For your generosity to them and to all believers will prove that you are obedient to the Good News of Christ. And they will pray for you with deep affection because of the overflowing grace God has given to you. Thank God for this gift too wonderful for words!”
What else do we talk about?
- Mignon shares her story going from $5 to her name to a multi-million dollar business
- How she finds joy in everything – both the highs and lows of life
- Her definition of JOY
- Mignon breaks down her Follow Your Spirit business strategy
Powerful Quotables from Mignon Francois
“God doesn’t just ask one person to do a thing. He doesn’t need us to do anything, but He desires us to be in communion and collaboration with His creation.”
“What is it you want to leave in the world? I wanted to leave joy.”
“I’ve learned over time as I have experienced life, you will live out the meaning of your name or the adversary set up against it. I shudder to know that the enemy set up a weapon against me to make me feel not beautiful when God said I was beautiful.”
“‘God, you said all things work together for the good of them who love you.’ All things all the time. I hang on to the thought that it’s not over until I win.”