#Repost @realtalkkim with @repostapp ・・・ It's the little foxes that spoil the vine. I've discovered if the devil can't get to you personally and bring you down, he will use those closest to you to get to you. It's called spiritual
WELCOME DECEMBER…Looking back over 2015 do you have to admit things just didn’t turn out the way you had hoped? Unexpected setbacks…financial reversals… disappointments… failures… mistakes… betrayals… need we go on? As 2015 comes to a close it’s a great time for reflection, learning from errors, plus pursuing God for direction and fresh motivation going forward. A primary component for success in the coming year is remembering the importance of perseverance. Jesus told us in the parable of the sower that it was only by perseverance that an individual reaps the desired harvest (Luke 8:15).
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Don’t wait to have it all together | It’s time to move the gear of your vision from PARK to ACCELERATE | by Tobi Alabi
Hey Ladies, enjoy our guest post today by Tobi Alabi.
As comfortable as that web of perfection may be, you don't want to be stuck sitting pretty. If you're a perfectionist like me, I'm sure you've had many business meetings with procrastination and even signed several contracts with him. You found out long before now that he's a terrible business partner that ends up duping you every time you engage with him, yet you can't seem to break that relationship. I know, I've been there severally and what I've realized is that the perfectionist has the "start when it's all right" syndrome. You want everything to be right before you make that move because of course you can't stand mediocrity and want everything you do to be top-notch.
Hey Ladies, enjoy our guest post today by Ivy Nakpodia-Egbon
Hi ladies! There are times in one’s life, that you tend to review things to see how well you’ve done and what you can do better. I believe in being well-rounded as a person, balancing it all – so one aspect of my life does not suffer while the other flourishes. As women, we have 3 distinct roles, which intertwine to make us who we are - Unique.Firstly, there’s you the individual - a woman, then you marry and become - a wife and finally you have children and become - a mother.Being 3 in 1 is unique like the Trinity. The trinity in you looks at these 3 roles and how you can maximise your potential in each area.
- Woman – Know your worth