The biggest mind transformation I had to make was that what I ‘do’ wasn't part of my identity. The success or failure of any project doesn’t define who I am as a child of God.
I also realised, in order to make the biggest 'social change' or impact - it starts with the one.
Profound impact on someones life starts with being real, present and loving towards everyone who God puts on my path in this lifetime.
How did this come about?
Well, at school I was school captain and represented the positivity pillar of success. I loved it, being there for others, encouraging my peers in their studies, I used to think 'I could do this as a full time job!'. I didn't realise it at the time but I had formed my identity around this position. When I finished High School, I felt something was missing - I had given my all into something that was temporary and I didn't really know who I was without it.
After school I created a YouTube channel and at the time without realising it, I started to form my identity around the vision. It replaced what I had experienced at school and in a sense I had made the vision my new identity.
My ‘wake up’ moment was when I had a profound and unexpected encounter with the Holy Spirit.
From that moment on I’ve been learning about righteousness, my identity in Christ and what the outworking of that looks like in my everyday life.