Monthly archive - January 2014

Pt 2: How to become indispensable at work – maybe even promoted – Pt 2

Corporate Ladder - iStock_000022398752XSmallRecently, I gave you the first 7 secrets to being noticed (maybe even promoted) at work. You can make a U-turn now and read it. Don’t delay. Start doing those things now. Those that are being promoted around you are not necessarily better than you…they are just doing some of these important things well. Here are the other 7.
Save this article. You are going to need it. Don’t forget to comment at the bottom if you need any help or just want to share how any of these points have helped.

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How to become indispensable at work – maybe even promoted: Part 1

Corporate Ladder - iStock_000022398752XSmallAll hail the grind…the hustle. Many people are trying to make it in the belly of the corporate beast and many are finding out that they would rather take Jonah’s place and be fed to an actual Whale instead.It’s not easy. Sadly, it’s also not fair. There are many hardworking people who never see the glimpse of career advancement. Why is that? How come “Other People” get promoted quicker and get noticed more for what they do?Many people are asking burning questions about their career like: Why have I not been looked at for a promotion? How dispensable am I? Am I valued here? Can I really make it at this company? What do those who have been noticed have that I don’t?
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VIDEO: Godly Relationship Foundations – Fruit of the Spirit

People always ask me “How do I know if someone has the Fruit of the Spirit?” How can I tell if the spirit of God is really working in them? Well, while this doesn’t answer that in its totality, it DOES offer one thought process that may be all we need ESPECIALLY when it comes to deciding on a relationship. Watch and share. Read more

New LIFE Resolutions – Part 3: The Paradigm Shift on Resolutions

New Year ResolutionOver the last couple of years, I have had a major paradigm shift when it comes to New Year Resolutions.I have asked myself some very deep questions and have tried to have a very honest conversation with myself. I have asked questions like:
-Why is it that people fail so miserably at goals they set for themselves even when they know that failure at those goals means continued self destruction?
-Why is it that we give up on our goals when the going gets tough?
-Why do New Year Resolutions fail so quickly…What does it take to have successful new behavior goals? Read more