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As a Kingdom entrepreneur, you have the ability to set atmospheres and shift undesirable atmospheres. 

You don’t simply measure the temperature like a thermometer, you impact it like a thermostat! 

You can create an atmosphere that ushers in the presence and the peace of God; unspeakable peace that those who walk into the room and don’t know the love of Christ don’t even understand. 

They simply think to themselves “There’s something different about this place” or “It’s so peaceful here” or perhaps they don’t think anything at all, but their spirit responds to His presence which creates a desirable experience while doing business with you. 

You never know when someone who was having a terrible day or is going through a very challenging season of life will be impacted by even 5-10 minutes of God’s peace in your establishment.

If you’re hosting an event, you can set the atmosphere in that room before the attendees ever show up. 

If you spend time on the phones with clients, you can set the atmosphere for your call prior to picking up the phone. 

If you have a business meeting, you can set the atmosphere for that meeting before it even begins.

You can set the atmosphere through prayer, praise, worship (with or without music), and/or declaring the word of God. 

Remember that when you draw near to God, He draws near to you. 

He is drawn to your heart towards Him. 

You can also shift atmospheres from undesirable to desirable. 

Did someone walk in the room with a negative attitude before an important meeting was about to begin? 

Shift the atmosphere!  

Did you enter someone else’s business where the air was so thick and heavy?  

Shift the atmosphere! 

It doesn’t have to be loud or obvious to anyone else -- just shift it!

Dear heavenly Father, you number our hairs and determine our days; you hang the stars and feed the sparrows; you open doors no one can shut and shut doors no one can open. 

Surely, we can trust you when the time comes for making big decisions, or for that matter, any decisions.