Monday, December 27, 2010

Preparation for success in 2011

What many fail to realize is success comes with a price, and a heavy price at that. Whatever area or expertise you are pursuing will cost you plenty if you want to be succeeding at a higher level. Especially if you are doing something good that will help and improve other people lives.

If you think that the enemy will just give you free course to exceed and promote good without any interference, you are in for a heart breaker. This is why he is called the enemy, because he will throw everything, even the kitchen sink at you, so you could give up.

Okay, you want to be successful, do you know what success it?

The achievement of something planned or attempted like fame, wealth, or power. This may not be your intention, but when you are successful, these attachments come with the package.

When you are pursuing success, the strangest things seems to always come up, money problems, not enough time, my family and friends don’t agree with me, it’s to much work, I going to quit, maybe I was wrong for starting this, where am I going to go next, everything seem to be going wrong. Etc.

Success road is not an easy road; this is why you must have a well made up plan prior to pursuing. This will help you when the road gets rough, then you could look back at your plans and gain strength to push a little further.

The good news is God allows the enemy to inflect some hardship in your path, so you could determine whether or not it’s worth the price to be successful.

You see, the enemy things he is doing damage when he put those things on you, but all he is doing is pushing you further into your destiny. He is just setting you up for greatness. So when the road gets a little shaky, remember it’s for a purpose.

Written by Carl Mathis, author of the book titled “LIFE IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT” – even steps to moving forward.

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Monday, December 13, 2010

Mediate on the WORD day and night.

What is Meditation:

This means to think carefully about something. If you look around, you will certainly be exposed to many ways to meditate; however, the main objective is to create mental discipline in whatever you do. All you need is a small space for you to sit comfortably, preferably in a quiet location. Close your eyes and “observe” your thoughts. Whatever thoughts enter your mind, simply let them go.

Although you may find many ways of meditating, the best way to meditate is through prayer. Prayer is a good example of spiritual meditation, though it does not have to be religious and is certainly not specific to any kind of religion. Anybody with a relationship with the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit can practice this by asking spiritual guidance, wherein God ‘speaks’ and you ‘listen’. In this type of meditation, we can start by asking a particular question, and we clear our minds so that we can ‘listen’ to the answer. This is referred to as two-way communication between you and God.

These methods will help obtain mind control. Remember that they are: Responsibility, Repetition and Meditation.

By committing yourselves to this undertaking, you are taking a step toward achieving your goal. By making an effort to practice on a regular basis, you are working toward making it a habit. This is why it is so important that you be consistence with at least a 30-day procedure.

Motivation speaker/author Carl Mathis
Author of Life is what you make it- seven steps to moving forward.
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