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Every day I wake up reminding myself of who I am. I don’t focus on where I am or how much I have but on the person God has called me to be. I remind myself of my purpose, and not allow fear and challenges change my perception. I know my mind can go either way, believe in the best or believe in the worst. Therefore, daily I have to reset my mind with faith.

I have to visualize my goals, my success, my wins. It’s not always easy as some days are better than others. However, when I push myself to believe, to refocus, I declare purpose…solutions come to mind, doors open, opportunities become available.

Today set your mind to believe in you. How are you going to see yourself?

September 10, 2017 0 comment
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Living an abundant life requires joy, perseverance, love, passion.  It also includes risks, anger, pain, struggle, and suffering. If you are asking for only the good things in life and can’t embrace the challenges as also benefits, then you are fearing to live a complete and balanced life. Creating a mindset of only happy living is unrealistic and leads to depression and disappointment. Let your mind bend with what life brings. Accept each moment, each situation, each experience as something you are meant to process. You’ll find with time that every day that has gone by has been an opportunity for you to live. How you take that opportunity is up to you.

How have you experienced abundant living?

August 18, 2016 1 comment
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Every day is a new experience.  Back in 2013, I had a wonderful opportunity to visit South Africa with a company I was working with at that time.  The experience was phenomenal. It was also something I never even imaged or expected would happen in my life.  Although that was a great moment in my life, I also had some crazy thing happening as well.  What I realized from this experience is that life is not constant.

The worst thing a person can do is believe that everything is supposed to be “perfect”.

There will be days of joy and happiness. As well as days of pain and sorrow. The worst thing a person can do is believe that everything is supposed to be “perfect”. Don’t chase life with a one-sided mindset. Being too happy or too sad will hurt you in the end. Life is about finding balance. Appreciating when things are good, and allowing yourself to feel, maybe even cry when things are not. Live in balance. Find gratitude. That’s where love resides. Remember that tomorrow you will get a fresh start.

February 22, 2015 0 comment
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