Responsibility and Fault

 

Responsibility and Fault

Responsibility and Fault

Popular song or rap song came out back in the 90s, where an artist named Mystikal coined a song titled, “It Ain’t My Fault.”

We’re not going to go into the song details, but what the hook screamed is what lots of people think every day.

When something happens, people are quick to say and think it is not their fault. It ain’t my fault leads to a light level of  “it ain’t my problem,” which leads to “it ain’t my responsibility.”

In your relationships, on your jobs, in your business, and everywhere else in between, if you can get to a point of taking the responsibility, you are going to lesson the problem.

If you lessen the problem, you’ll actually offset the finger point of whose fault it really is. Even if a situation is not your fault, it may still be your responsibility.

Obviously, there is always someone or something to blame in situations, but if you practice taking responsibility, the fault won’t matter.

Of course if you want to be an entrepreneur or person who takes responsibility, feel free to contact us for ideas that will suit you best!

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I’m Not Sure What I Want

 

I’m Not Sure What I Want

I'm Not Sure What I Want

I was talking a friend last weekend and he spoke about wanting to make more money and possibly get off his bus driving job.

I sensed he was serious but not at the point where he’s going to take serious action every day, so I thought I’d use a couple of questions to help him get more serious about his inquiry.

So I asked him, how much money friend would you deem good for you to discontinue your job and be content with your new income that fulfills your needs and desires?

His response was, “I’m not sure, that’s a good question. I’m not sure what I want.”

He said this then proceeded to say $10,000 per month would be ideal. The underlying problem with my friend and with many others (maybe even you reading right now), is that we must be sure and clear about what we want.

If you’re not sure, this means you haven’t thought about the question or thought deep down enough about it. Find out what you want and become sure about it!

This can be done by simply writing it out and reading it every morning and evening. This will help you refine it and keep it on your mind!

Of course if you need help with this, feel free to contact us!

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Children are a Blessings and a Challenge

5a5I6R_oUsUChildren are a Blessing and a ChallengeSome people use to say, children can be a blessings or a curse. The reality is that children are a blessings and a challenge.

The blessing is the joy they bring as infants, and the impact they have on parents maturation process. I’ve seen the worst of people clean up their act once they had a their first child.

Children usually don’t come with an easy button. From day one it is an extreme challenge. Any parent out there knows that, I can see y’all now say, “AMEN, AMEN, AMEN!”

Children are a blessing because if we develop them correctly, we will experience joy for years to come. If we don’t step up to the challenge, we will see them rot away with the environment. We have to inspect what we expect, so parents need to be involved.

Children aren’t a set it and forget type of deal. They are trying to be like their parents and everything else around that looks cool, flashy, and popular. Parents need to check things at the door with wisdom and authority. This builds trust.

Problem:

Too often, especially in our modern day, children are having children. And don’t think for a minute you’re not a child even if you’re 29. It is more so what you have within your mind. Children are having children and they can only replicate in development, children. A lot of parents have nothing to offer their children. A pair of Jordans or haircut every week is not worth an ear of corn.

What do you give your children emotionally and mentally? What can they hold onto for time immemorial? Parents, and the extended family and community make the children.

Children are a Blessings and a Challenge

Children are blessings and a challenge!

In the book of Psalm (yeah it’s in the Bible, yeah I read it from time to time)

At chapter 127 it says, “children are an heritage of the LORD: and the fruit of the womb is his reward.” Jesus made it plain to bring the children to Him. This is to say, children are vital, they are our greatest responsibility and investment. Psalm goes on to say, “Happy is the man that hath his quiver full of them.”

Most people aren’t too happy today to have a lot of children because of the system of raising children has changed. NEVERTHELESS, don’t forget, they are challenging, but you as the parent must be up for the game!

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