When Days Become Disasters


When Days Become Disasters

When Days Become Disasters

If you’re in a midst of a disastrous day, I’ve got good news for you. This day was indirectly designed by you, thanks to an old proverb.

Those who fail to plan, plan to fail!” Therefore, when a day or when days become disasters, it is caused by a lack of planning (90%) of the time.

No Duey (you can drop the “y” from Duey you know), I planned my day and one by one, things fell apart when these people just took it over… I’m so hurt.”

I’m sorry. But how did they do that? You had to concede, you had to allow it, and most of the time we do that because we don’t have strong plans, thus we don’t have confidence in the plans, thus someone can overpower your plans and day.

Even if someone hi-jacks your day, if your plans were strong, you’d get interrupted for a moment, but you’d be able to get back to the plans because they were strong and you had focus.

Here is what to do:

At the end of the day, especially when you’re feeling beat up, sit down and write (YES WRITE) three things you’re grateful for and smile about them.

Then write 3 things that MUST be done or accomplished tomorrow. Make them challenging, but not too overbearing.

The common denominator is YOU. You control the day, and days only become disasters when you lose control, and that normally happens when YOU don’t have strong plans.

It is the same with LIFE! Gotta go…

Write down three vital things you want to do today, leave them in the comments section!

Make Excuse for Others But Not Yourself

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The Service You Render to Others


The Service You Render to Others

The Service You Render to Others

Everything we have is a direct result of the choices we’ve made in life. Part of those choices are directly related to the services we’ve rendered to others.

Serving others is not charity or just washing someone else’s feet as a humble kind gesture. Instead, serving or service is the act of rendering something to someone else that serves a valuable purpose in their life.

The space we occupy and the authority we finally a blessed to attain is mathematically measure, according to Napoleon Hill, to its’ exactness by the service we render to others.

Are you giving? Are you improving other people or just yourself. Are you smiling at people and helping them without wanting anything back in return?

Have you educated yourself enough to be able to give and have you systematize your gift to be able to serve in an organized state?

These are questions you should answer to yourself, and remember what you have is based on choices, choices to serve or be served is what you will have to decide on.

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When Did You Decide to Settle?


Due DanielsWhen Did You Decide to Settle?

Work and business all bring tricky conditions to us. If you’re blessed, you went and found a job that you enjoyed with a company you enjoyed, and around people you enjoy.

If not, you have the opposite on at least one of the three, which can make for a bad situation. If you’re blessed, you began work with enthusiasm, excitement, and a desire to be a contributor; if not you just showed up.

The problem is that many people come to a career or business and lose the enthusiasm, excitement, and joy because they can’t contribute like they want.

They can’t input, their ideas or passed over and now maybe even resentment sets in.

What do you do now?

The short counsel is to find a new job or career or make sure you voice to people who will hear, clearly, you feelings. As long as clear communication is done, you can make a decision.

Most people don’t do this, they settle and watch themselves and possibly the company begin to take a dive, waiting for the someone to finally listen or make the changes you want. This mentality is flying a plane with no wheels… a crash is sure to happen!