I am making changes to this site. I may be changing the others too eventually. But I’m starting with this one. So you’ll gradually see a few changes here and there, maybe even a brand new makeover. But it’s time for change. Stay tuned!
There are too many people not living up to their potential because of their mindset. If you have a defeated mindset you’re not going to get anywhere.
What is your dream job? Write about it in the comments section. I’d love to learn more about you. Thank you.
Another thank you is due. Sometimes it’s easier to just say thank you on my post and put it out there for everyone to see. So here I am, saying thank you to everyone.😁🎊💖
I’ve been spending hours now pondering on what to write. With spending my days helping on the roof, I come home, make supper, and then I’m almost too tired to think.
In my attempt to make the most of it; here’s a joke for you.
What is cheaper, a bull or a Jersey cow? A Jersey cow, the bull charges.
I would like to know what interests you, my readers. If you could please leave comments in the comment section, I think it’s below, I’d greatly appreciate it. I’ll do my best to incorporate it in my post. Anything family friendly, nothing violent or vulgar, or any other distasteful content as I will quickly delete it and block you from my site.
Thank You all for your contributions.
One thing I learned from wealthy successful people is to have a victor mentality. If we’re walking around with a defeated mindset we are sure to lose.
I know it’s really easy to give up in defeat. Lord knows I’ve done that countless times, but no more. I’m not giving up this time. Opposition isn’t always a sign to quit, that is often a reason to persevere.
I’ve spent a lot of time in the past few months, or years, renewing my mind. I had a defeated mindset in the past, but I’m moving forward not backward.
I’m reading a book called Think And Grow Rich. I’m finding it very helpful and inspiring. I recommend it.
If I’m going to follow someones advice I want to follow it from someone who’s been where I want to go.
I heard this analogy once from a pastor I like listening to, it was about eagles and chickens. I don’t remember everything he said, but the gist of it is this; Chickens don’t get anywhere in life because they are either afraid to, or just don’t want to do what’s required of them to be where they want to be. Eagles are content with what they have in life, but they don’t want to stay where they’re at. They’re not satisfied. They’ll do what it takes to learn, grow and change to get to where they want to be.
I don’t know about you, but I want to be an eagle. And I want to follow the leadership of eagles.
I don’t want to be tomorrow, where I am today.