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My guests this week are Michelle Myers and Somer Phoebus, the founders of She Works His Way. Their organization counteracts culture’s way with a gospel-centered approach to work and womanhood. They also believe that community is greater than content and that women’s priorities should be Christ, home and work, in that order.
What started as a Google Hangout with four friends has now grow into a global ministry that reaches thousands of women daily.
If you make decisions based on what you think other people’s perceptions of you are going to be, you’re going to struggle for the rest of your life. – Somer
If you’re called to put faith on your billboard, put it on there. – Somer
When you’re in your purpose, everything, all the hard, it has purpose. – Somer
What is your view of God, and who are you? – Somer
What are you called to? What is God asking of you? And then you step in obedience to whatever that is. – Somer
Michelle Myers had no idea what started as a Google hangout at 5am with three friends would one day result in the title of “founder” of she works His way. But here we are, six years later, with thousands of women gathered for the same reason we started: How can I glorify God, honor my family, and serve others at work? Basically, her happy place is encouraging + equipping working women to live for the glory of God and the good of others. Home will always be her favorite place to be, with her husband, James, and their three children, Noah (9), Cole (6) and Shea (3).
Somer is a lead communicator + managing partner at she works HIS way. She spent the first half of her career building the businesses of others and the second half building and selling a few businesses of her own. She is also the creator of Productivity Academy + the owner of Somer Phoebus Consulting, where she coaches other working women and female entrepreneurs in the areas of productivity, leadership, brick and mortar business, and scaling for growth — all while keeping their priorities in line: faith, then family, then business. Somer is married to Kent, a pastor at Redemption Church in Annapolis, MD, and mom to their two lovely daughters, Kennedi (19) and Ava Liz (17).
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