Saturday, October 29, 2016

Being your own Master

 With martial arts  the better a person gets, which only happens after they have gone through the same moves over and over, without any idea of how many times that move has been done over and over.  You have to master your craft…for you.  Sometimes, that means you will be stuck in a rut for a while.  Put keep forging forward and be okay with who you are and where you are and press forward.  What is your pursuit for learning to master?  What will lift and make you a different person to be by your standard?  You have to find a mentor.  You have to find someone that will help you work through your process of this particular pursuit.  You need to find someone to help you work through your work.  You have to give the time and work to be a better master of your own pursuit you are practicing.  You have to be open to listen and learn and teachable to learn what you need to do to fine tune your skill. Finding the end game to your mastery is an important point.  What is that end game point for you? You need to know that before you begin your journey to master your skill.  You have to find you inner self to push yourself through the misery and pain and enjoyment to get through the journey to find your end game.  

Saturday, October 8, 2016

Not the constitution of the United States...

Do you know who you are?  Do you know what you stand for?  Do you know what you want to be known for? Do you know what matters to you?  I do.  I have spent days writing down what matters to me. What I stand for and what is important to me.

I am a follower of Christ. 
I seek opportunities to help others.
I am stable and unmovable.
I have a talent. I can read people.
I can feel when something is wrong and my gut is never wrong.
I am a mom who looks at my children like the Savior would look at me.  
I am a wife who is consistently finding ways to better my relationship and make my husband feel needed and wanted.
 I am humble.
I am one a business owner who values her integrity and values others feelings.
I am kind.

I am a women who does not belittle another and know my value as a daughter of God,and see that no one should ever feel belittled.

I am worthy of good friends, because I am one.
I am a servant who loves the Lord and I am his hands.
I value confidentiality.
I am totally honest in my dealings with my fellow men and those I work for.
I love my family and are more important than anything.
I am disciplined.
I am punctual.

I worry about my family, not anyone family, friends or otherwise who desire to bring me down.

I am an artist who sees the good in others and wants to show the good side.
I photograph the world though my eyes, but want others to see the good in the world.
I am a missionary and will travel to share the gospel with my husband.
I love life. I am positive and will share the good.
I see people the way the Lord sees them.
My voice is for good, not to hurt others.
My heart is pure and want the best for everyone.

We can't figure out where we are going if we don't know who we are and where we want to go. 

Saturday, October 1, 2016

What I will and won't do...

Integrity is so important, honesty is important, will this help you get enough success in your company.  Can you be successful while be honest and not compromising?

Here is a few things I am willing to do and not do.

I will always
1.Be honest
2. listen
3. have integrity
4. Give all I have to work
5.put family first

I will never
1. work on Sundays
2.  care more about money than the customer

3. look for help from those I don’t trust.
4. be dishonest
5. compromise on quality standards

These are some things that are important to me.  I am not willing to give.  It made me think about Chick Fil A.  they will not compromise.  They are closed on Sundays.  They will not work and they have found that they have success because they are closed.  There is more to integrity or standards then not working on Sundays, but it is what it is. Sundays are a special day and when we are obedient, we will have success.