Even if we are bearing the wounds in the aftermath of our good intentions and actions in 2021, we must be unwavering in our commitment to God’s plan for our lives. Say to yourself: “I will let nothing, or no one upset the calm peace of my soul,” and mean it.
It is through life’s events – whether times of crisis or calm –
that we somehow find new directions and rediscover the purpose of our life’s journey.
It takes courage to confront the fears that prevent us from living purposefully and authentically.
Choose courage over fear. It’s well worth it.
Trying to stay positive during a horrendous pandemic can become toxic. Avoid toxic positivity. Take good care of your employees. #employeeengagement #leadershipandmanagement
Choice, not chance, deteremines your destiny.
You can’t boil the ocean…but you can make many cups of tea! Use your energy wisely.
The Lord is my Shepherd I establish the teachings of Jesus Christ as the guiding principles in my daily life. There is a lot of material and resources on spirituality, self-help, professional and personal success. This is all good. By declaring that the Lord is my shepherd, whatever I take from this material shouldContinue reading “Meditation on the 23rd Psalm”
As we start 2019, many of us will set goals and make resolutions in the hope that our lives will be better. I wish everyone the joy and satisfaction that comes from the fulfillment of personal and professional goals. As you set your goals and make resolutions for the New Year, I would like to suggestContinue reading “3 Things to Bear in Mind in 2019”
Throughout my life anxiety has always been a friend and a foe. As a friend, anxiety has, in the past, motivated me to get things done now, sooner, rather than later. Anxiety has also been my worst enemy, preventing me from thinking straight, causing me to not do as well I could and should. I haveContinue reading “Walk in faith. Live in abundance.”
The Bible has much to say about open doors but many times – even as Christians – we seem to face obstacles on our path and in our ministry. Blocked doors can be VERY frustrating. Yet God often uses closed doors to advance His cause.
Lessons Learned From a Career Crisis Although it was a dark rainy night in fall, in my mind everything was as clear as day. That was back in 1994, a year into my first career in Montreal, Canada and I was having the most difficult, in fact the most traumatic experience of my life. ItContinue reading “So What If You Had The Guts To Let Go Of Fear?”