True story: When I started going to the Childs Park Neighborhood Association meetings, I was there to help in any way I could. Sis Brenda Nelson was the President and I was there to support her. After a few months of working together she asked me to be the President and I refused. I had no desire to be a "leader" and we all kept on working (and they kept asking...lol) After several months of service, we organized a Community Forum to address Police speeding through the neighb
An A-priority item on your To Do List is one that will produce the greatest progress toward your goals for the Least amount of time and energy. IMPACT: A prioritized list of things to do today is your best guide for where you should invest your time. Some of your projects have more value than others. You don't always have time to complete everything on your to-do list. Therefore, before you start your day, rank your entire list by the relative reward of each task. If there ar
Where your attention goes, your emotions follow. Pay attention to what you're paying attention to and see how its affecting you. You Do not have to allow others to dictate how you feel. You can decide how you want to feel and change it at anytime. It takes practice but this skill is one of the keys to true Freedom. God (and Man) has an Active Will and a Permissive Will. He (and we) can Cause things to happen or we can Allow them to happen. Today, Allow yourself to be happy by
I am starting to rethink this whole "attitude is everything" and the "attitude determines your altitude" saying. I'm thinking, if you have a great attitude but poor execution you may very well fall short on getting the results you desire; and all that "great attitude" will do for you is help you justify your failure by saying stuff like, "it don't matter whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game..." That's a great attitude but "at the end of the day" you STILL LOST!