Sunday morning with the family…. When you start to look through a leadership you will begin to see opportunities in places you never really thought of before. One of my associates demonstrates this well. Like some who have families, he and his wife used to take a few...read more
Setting weakly goals is a better way to set goals When you get on it, ask yourself, what is the most important thing I could do in each of my roles this week to have a greatest positive impact? As you pause to consider this question, consult the wisdom of your heart...read more
Self-awareness Empowers Us to build Integrity Our trustworthiness is only as high as the balance in our Personal Integrity Account. Because our integrity is the basis of our confidence in ourselves and the confidence we inspire in others, one of the greatest...read more
Tithing really works! Regardless of your current income, acknowledge your relationship with Universe (God) by giving 10% of your income to your Temple, Church, Community, or favorite Humanitarian Cause. Just as a wise gardener prunes a growing tree to balance it and...read more
Self Appraisal A little boy went to a telephone booth which was at the cash counter of a store and dialed a number. The store-owner observed and listened to the conversation: Boy: “Madam, can you please give me the job of cutting your lawn? Woman: (at the other end of...read more
Our Struggles shape us, they define who we are
Whether we see a problem as an opportunity or a barrier, it’s a matter of perspective, a question of mindset, a personal choice.
Most of us have read the story of a man who observed a caterpillar struggling to come out of the cocoon. Each passing day the caterpillar was coming out of the cocoon bit by bit; wings were forming on its body. The cocoon was becoming more taut and cramped for the growing pupa.
The man decided to help. He snipped of the cocoon and out came the butterfly effortlessly. It fell straight to the ground. Its body was swollen and wings shrivelled. It simply couldn’t fly. Before long it perished.
Remember, our nature has evolved on challenges. It will continue to stretch you based on your capabilities.
Learn to look at your Struggles as opportunities for your growth.
Look at it and figure out what is your opportunity in the given circumstances.
Learn to say, “Thank you God for Everything.” under all circumstances. For example, if you experience the severe headache, while you take responsible actions such as taking the medicine for the headache; can you get present to the fact that the rest of the body is fine and say with gratitude, Thank you God for Everything
Remember, Gratitude is the miraculous cure for everything in your life.