“Don’t fear failure so much that you refuse to try new things. The saddest summary of a life contains three descriptions: could have, might have, and should have.”
Louise E. Boone
It’s finally official: I have taken the leap of faith and my website has been launched!
Trust me, the road has been very bumpy and challenging–with plenty of tears that followed. However, quitting or giving up were never a topic of discussion–EVER. If you just believe, if your belief appears even as the size of a mustard seed… ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE!!
When the time allows, please check out my website: www.lovinself.com. The answer was right at my fingertips and in front of my face all along. Kudos to ALL the reps at GoDaddy who did a superb job at getting me to this point, and who handled my crazy, New Yorker energy and aura. ;o)
So, today, be mindful of how great you really are; trust and believe that you matter and that you can make a difference in your life and the AWESOME UNIVERSE.
Like Joyce Meyer said: “I believe that if we’ll stay amazed at the things God is doing in our lives–even the little things–we’ll NEVER be without HOPE.”
#TGIF What a week I have had, but I’m truly blessed to have had one. I’m back in the grind with a work assignment, and ever so grateful that money will soon flow again. Being unemployed in today’s economy is a travesty, seriously.
If you are truly tired of the monotony of the daily work “grind,” then you seriously have to think about taking the #JUMP. The JUMP is all about taking that Leap Of Faith and believing wholeheartedly that your JUMP will not be in vain—because something great has the potential of happening. But if you don’t make an effort or even try, how will you ever know?
I learned recently by reading Steve Harvey’s Act Like a Success…Think Like a Success that Passion is not your Gift. Passion fuels your desire and feeds your Gift. Your Gift exists because of you—it is not designed by a job title—and travels everywhere you go. “Your job is NOT your gift, but probably a place that utilizes your gift,” Steve tells us.
What I did learn after reading a segment of Steve’s book, which really surprised me, is that my Gift is not my talent. Pursuant to Steve, “What we do well sometimes blocks us from finding out what we do great. I think of talents as the lesser to one’s gift. Talents can be learned while a gift is inherent. Your gift cannot be studied by another and then performed at the same proficiency. However, our talents often lead us to exercising our gift.”
With that said, I now have to find out what my AMAZING Gift is—which I honestly thought I knew what it was. Anywho, I am often referred as a “closer”, a “problem-solver”, one who knows how to bring things together and get the job done. Okay, then how do I sum that up as to what my gift really is? Stay tuned, and I will let you know.
What I do know for certain is that I do have an AMAZING Gift that I will share with the world one day.