Our world is dying for peace. It is literally dying for peace, and I don't say that lightly. Nor do I make light of it. It's the very reason we have to address because we've begun to get piece confused with ease, financial stability, or popularity. Today, my guests are joining us from Haiti to talk about how they have been positioned to be peacemakers in the midst of some of the most adverse circumstances we might ever hear.
Social media, business, and life in general can move entirely too quickly and drag us with it, running behind feeling breathless, unless we take time to reflect. I know you know the feeling. That's why I want to share what I've learned this year with you. I think it will set you free just like it has me. Let's grow together!
Does anyone have more work ahead than they feel focused, capable, or smart enough to achieve lately? You are not alone! 🙋🏾♀️ I have a tip that I think will help rekindle the passion in the work you do and the ethic you need to sustain to get it done!
Are we using our family members to excuse our inactivity? Are we using our environment to excuse our lack of productivity? Are we using our limited accessibility to excuse our development? It's time for some motivation and, maybe even, a kick in the butt! We will come out of this stronger!
There are way too many of us living beneath our means, our potential, our permission, and our access. We've allowed our insecurities to identify us and serve as excuses which keep us from moving forward for far too long, and it ends now. Could our obsession with forgiveness be fueling our insecurities and negativity? I'm stepping lightly because forgiveness has given me a reason to live, but lately, God has placed two scriptures on my heart to serve as encouragement, and I want to ask you to do more than just read them with me. Visualize them in action.