How we recognize the presence, impact and value of those around us in any situation is important. Whether it’s a simple interaction with a stranger in the grocery store, or a formal performance discussion with a teammate, your words have the ability to encourage, motivate, and lift up others in powerful ways.
The truth is, behaviors are contagious, we remember what we see, and all of us influence those around us by our actions, every single day.
Build your own “rock wall” of all the Lord has done for you as you walk in your appointed mission field. It will remind you that you don’t have to worry how you’ll get across the raging waters, and that you have the best business partner in the Holy Spirit residing right inside you.
I think businesses need to be confident in the value of their product or service, and skilled enough to sell it without a “deal”. As a business professional, do you think deals to new customers erode consumer trust, and ultimately the value of the brand?
Any good mentor/mentee relationship grows both parties. Mentoring takes time, mutual respect and commitment, and it can be the most rewarding thing you ever get to do.
I’m a firm believer in not just offering advice (which your life experience may perfectly situate you to do), but also in helping people find promise, direction and confidence to grow on their own. How do you support your friends while encouraging their independent growth? Here’s some good advice you can offer the worriers:
In times of sorrow and despair, choose to worship the creator of the universe. And He will give you peace.
Life is too short. How many of us are in need of reconciliation? How many of us think it will come in time if you just do nothing and wait? What if you have no time?
As a conservative woman, I believe this is the best opportunity I’ve had in my lifetime to make a difference with my vote.
Just as the scripture tells us, God wants us to look at Him all the time. All the time. Seek Him all the time.