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Life In The Cracks

Jan 10, 2018

Thanks for joining us for episode 9. We have a conversation with Ivona Dixon who is a vibrant entrepreneur, mom, and creative. She shares about the early struggles of being a mom and seeking to find a way to grow herself to better be the mom, wife, and businesswoman. This conversation is sure to connect with anyone wrestling with the balance paradigm of work, life, and personal. Ivona shares at the end some powerful stories of how her new business avenue is helping people beyond the products she sells.

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Things we mentioned:

Ivona Instagram

Ivona Facebook

Ivona Email

Rodan & Fields

WWork-Life Balance Article 



Previous Episodes:

LITC 0: David & Luke Share The Vision of LITC and What Is To Come

LITC 1: Ken Barner on Getting Through Brokenness (and Loving & Leading People Well)

LITC 2: David & Luke on How Sharing Our Brokenness Can Influence Others

LITC 3: A Conversation With Dan Baxter About Strict Faith Upbringing and Seeing The Bigger Picture In Life

LITC 4: David & Luke ON Thankfulness In All Circumstances 

LITC 5: Eric McElvenny on Overcoming Obstacles, Become A Triathlete, and Leading His Family 

LITC 6: David & Luke on The Significance of Story In Light of Christmas.

LITC 7: Jonathan Stewart Shares About Transitioning From Pastor To Lawyer, Finding A New Call IN Life, and Traveling All over The World.

LITC 8: David & Luke Talk About Lessons Learned From Podcasting and Hopes For The LITC Podcast In 2018.

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