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Zim Flores | Dare to Bloom

Zim Flores | Dare to Bloom | Ep. 116
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Zim Flores | Dare to Bloom | Ep. 116

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Zim Flores joins Blake to talk about seasons –  ones of hardship, abundance, seeking, and struggle, and how they all have a purpose because growth demands change. Listen in as they chat about how to surrender your desired outcomes to God, move forward after broken friendships, & find comfort during your darkest hours. Zim Flores is serial entrepreneur, a Forbes “30 Under 30” awardee who has been featured in the New York Times, TIME, and more. Her most recent book Dare to Bloom released December 8th and is available now.

Zim and I chat about:

  • How to surrender your desired outcomes to God because his plan is always so much better than ours,
  • How to move forward after broken friendships,
  • Why we struggle to move on when seasons change, and
  • What story from the bible Zim used to get through her darker hours

Resources and links mentioned in this episode:

  • Get Zim’s new book, Dare to Bloom, here!
  • Find Zim here and on Instagram
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More about Zim Flores:

Named a leader using her voice and talent to elevate humanity by Oprah Winfrey, Zim Flores (née Ugochukwu) is the founder of Italicist, an online styling service that helps women discover modest clothing they love, without the time commitment. Previously she was the CEO of Travel Noire, a boutique travel company reaching millions of travelers each month. In 2017 she sold the company to pursue Christ.

A serial entrepreneur, Zim is a Forbes “30 Under 30” awardee who has been featured in the New York Times, TIME, ELLE, Glamour, The Nation, Essence, and NPR, among others. She often writes in faraway places and lives with her husband in Illinois.

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