Friday, January 15, 2016
Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Because we are here to evolve, challenges are necessary. There are some qualities in us that remain invisible until we meet some challenges that force us to become the best of us. This is the true meaning of growth: Improvement.
But as we face challenges we should not fail to look within and locate the areas we must improve in our character, our beliefs and our state of consciousness.
Growth requires stretching ourselves to others to empower them with our stories, testimonies and encounter with the highest power through the process of growth and achieving: God.
Testimonies are wealth of wisdom and of empowerment we receive from those who had truly been on the battlefield.
Contact Aaron K Wislson
Tell your story in Success eMagazine (It's Free)
Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Success eMagazine : Success eMagazine : PERSPECTIVE ON FAILURE IN SUCC...: Success eMagazine : PERSPECTIVE ON FAILURE IN SUCCESS STORIES (Carla V... : Editor's Comment By Alain Dagba I have personally failed...
There is a difference between learning and mastering what you do as a skill and having the passion to do it. The passion to do it is divine, This passion is the anointing or the divine impulse that makes things happen according to a higher purpose.
We all have an assignment that comes with our purpose in whatever we do. This assignment is more than making money and acquiring great possessions. And only the divine impulse or passion has the magnetic power to influence people through what you do.
You see, a business is not just a platform to make money. It must bring fulfillment to the soul and powerful transformations into the world. You don't just want to have a career. You want to have a calling. So what Yolanda is talking about here is extremely important.
Connect to Yolanda Lewis
Preview Success eMagazine
Friday, January 8, 2016
Success eMagazine : PERSPECTIVE ON FAILURE IN SUCCESS STORIES (Carla V...: Editor's Comment By Alain Dagba I have personally failed at a lot of things in life. I mean A LOT!. I did not really have a...
By Alain Dagba
I have personally failed at a lot of things in life. I mean A LOT!. I did not really have a good middle school experience either. I was considered by many back then as a child with a mental disability issue. Then a sudden shift took place in my life. I suddenly started to become very brilliant in school.
My high school years and college years were the best. The shift was due to books I started to read about the power of the mind and what the human spirit was capable of achieving. Some of the books were the Alchemist by Paulo Coelho, The Little Prince by the french philosopher Antoine de Saint-Exupery and a small booklet of poems in french titled J'ESPERE which means I HOPE witten by an Author I cannot recall at the moment.
The truth is we must not waste our failures. We must examine them and study them to determine the areas we need improvement. This is the foundation of our future success stories we will have to tell.
Contact Carla S Veiga
Read Success eMagazine FREE Sample and DOWNLOAD
Be Featured in Success eMagazine } Tell your story
Like Us on Facebook