Faith With Action: Building a Successful Business Rooted in Christ with LaDondra Hervey

Most Christians find it difficult to merge faith with action. There could be many reasons, such as finances, hustle mentality, and trauma. Such barriers keep you from your calling, hindering you from serving your purpose — a loss to your community. You have so much to offer; God has great plans for you. It's time to realize that and reclaim your power.

In this episode, you will be hearing about LaDondra Hervey's journey and the powerful lessons she learned in life. She breaks down the victim mindset, generational trauma, and how you can conquer both. She also explores entrepreneurship and marrying faith with action to fulfill your purpose. Finally, she addresses the barriers between you and your calling and how you can overcome them.

If you want to find out how to become who God wants you to be and truly serve your purpose, then this episode is for you.

3 Reasons to Listen:

  1. Find out how to break generational cycles and reclaim your power. 
  2. Discover how to marry faith with action. 
  3. Learn what it takes to be an entrepreneur and do business in God’s way.


Episode Highlights

[03:43] The Pursuit of Potential

  • Bob has always had a love for philosophy during his younger years.
  • Despite being a successful businessman, he felt the need to shift his life focus.
  • He shares his experiences, including the struggles he had to overcome.

[07:32] His Formative Years

  • The passing of his father was a dark moment in Bob’s life.
  • He put himself through college and started a real estate development and investment company.
  • Nearing his 40s, he felt like he “hit a wall” despite his prospering business.
  • As soon as he set out on a new path, he met the geneticist and worked with them for years.
  • His perception of life changed when they studied how the 13 principles related to the existence of a molecule.
[13:48] “But he left me with a legacy of understanding that life is it's nothing like what we've been taught in different circles, not from the family, not from the church or the synagogue, not for well-imparted churches, not from institutions, that life is so much greater.” - Click Here to Tweet This

[14:38] Earning more by doing less

  • Bob decided to change his business approach after being diagnosed with leukemia.
  • He explains how taking a step into the unknown can be difficult.
  • As a great lover of philosophy, he read works of different philosophers and found a similarity in each one of them.
  • Discovering potential arises from innate energy.
[16:31] “And you know, what, one of the hardest things to do is to take a step when into the unknown, you don't know where that's gonna take you. But, you know, you have to take the step.” - Click Here to Tweet This

[19:05] Religious Background

  • He grew up in a Catholic environment until college.
  • At the start of his venture, he put everything off the table, including religion.
  • He differentiated beliefs as solid and perceptions as changeable. His shift from beliefs to perceptions became an eye-opener to accept himself.
  • Bob believes that everybody is a messenger.
  • By becoming an advocate of potential, he achieved a higher level of thinking. Through this, he also developed programs to assess and analyze people.

[23:33] Redefining Success

  • Success is achieving greater potential in all four levels: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual.
  • He educates people on God and His Creations.
  • Developing one’s potential is the key to a fulfilled life.
  • His assessments have become a basis for him to understand people.
  • God is all-potential; we should not be limited to what the world confines us.
[25:32] “Yeah, well, success is achieving greater potential. Physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually, you have to be able to accomplish success on all four levels, in order in potential theory, to be, quote, successful.” - Click Here to Tweet This

[31:19] Defining Potential

  • Movements that bring down the status quo are anti-potential.
[29:16] “Creator may be a supreme being, but not God. God is all potential. And he's there. It is there for us to use, to create, to become to evolve.” - Click Here to Tweet This
  • The world does not understand the potential that lies beneath them.
  • The 13 principles of cellular creation define the achievement of potential.
  • Spiritual energy comes from within.

[34:33] Moving Towards The Desired Direction

  • Developing one’s potential is the most important factor in pursuing success.
  • The path is not a straight line.
  • Using God’s power is critical to achieving a full life.
  • Feedback allows people to recognize the right track.

[38:05] Understanding One’s Place Through Principles

  • Bob classifies the principles according to groups.
  • A person functions in physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects. There is no other way to function in life. 
  • He narrows down the organizational group to create a picture.

[43:00] Discerning the whole picture

  • Bob describes the world as nihilistic with the inability of the people to see the whole picture.
  • He shares his experience teaching real estate economics at West Point.
  • A leader should possess both competence and character, which are rarely seen nowadays.
  • Fear, ego, ignorance, and self-deception hinder people from achieving potential.

[48:20] Hindering factors from attaining potential

  • Bob has conducted studies that focused on people’s thinking patterns.
  • The majority of the population relies on fear as the basis of decision-making.
  • Some of the strongest commitments in society are based on fear.
  • The liberty of formulating an opinion develops one’s character over time.
[51:14] “Yes, you can have an opinion. But just be sure about your beat as much as you can be sure about it. I mean, the you know, these are all things that develop character. And — that's how I ended up measuring character.” - Click Here to Tweet This

[53:18] What encourages and discourages Bob

  • It is encouraging for Bob to have a model in mind.
  • He hopes to answer God’s question by doing all that he can do and more.
  • Not reaching a greater degree of potential is a discouraging act for Bob.

[57:28] Creators of our own lives

  • Bob explains how people are the creators of their instances.
  • He mentions how the bible includes free will, yet it’s still a matter many are not prepared to accept.

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About your host

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Tim Winders

Tim Winders is a strategic coach, author, and host of SeekGoCreate, a podcast, and YouTube interview show. He has worked in the areas of leadership, business, and ministry for almost 40 years. Tim was the guy that looked like he had it all: the big house in a Country Club resort, two businesses valued at over a million dollars each, plus over $15 million in real estate. But, in 2008, the real estate markets crashed. After a slow and painful erosion of his companies, he and his wife were bankrupt and homeless living out of their Honda van by 2013.

Fast forward to today. Tim and his wife are still homeless, but they consider themselves essential nomads. They live, travel, and work in their 39-foot motorhome while enjoying the best locations North America has to offer. Through this journey, he is convinced that we must redefine success in order to live our best life. This topic is what he has explored with his guests on the SeekGoCreate podcast since 2019.