Archive for Spiritual Mentorship

Living Life with Social Anxiety

Posted on 03. Dec, 2016.

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Living with Social Anxiety I’ve never really talked about this part of my life, living with social anxiety.  It was always there, my family knew I was anxious at times, but I don’t think people really understood the severity of it.  Being the center of attention was the worst feeling in the world.  And making […]

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Have an Attitude of Gratitude

Posted on 25. Feb, 2016.

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Have an Attitude of Gratitude A Devotion Complaining Is a Sin…Have an Attitude of Gratitude. In Ephesians 4:29, the apostle Paul instructs us not to use any foul or polluting language. At one time, I didn’t realize that this included complaining, but I have since learned that murmuring and complaining pollute our lives. Plain and […]

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From 9-5 to Mompreneur

Posted on 24. Feb, 2016.

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From 9-5 to Mompreneur My Story Before Coaching… For the past 10 years I always sat behind a desk with a list of tasks set before me.  A supervisor or manager was watching over all of us.  We had scheduled breaks and lunches of 10 minutes and 30 minutes.  If we were late to work, […]

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Fail To Succeed

Posted on 05. Jun, 2015.

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Fail To Succeed It’s been said that failure is the back door to success. Yes, we need to fail to succeed. It is, and so is risk. Indeed, Henry Lee (Hank) Allen in the book Men to Men observes that “Many of the most successful people or organizations either failed many times, took several risks, or both—before […]

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The Journey…

Posted on 24. Mar, 2015.

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We all have a journey.  It can be a health journey, it could be a boating journey, or a hiking journey.  It can be a journey in your profession, fitness, or spiritual walk.  Whatever the case may be, everyone is on a journey of some sort.  I found great relevance in my journey with this […]

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Patience: God’s Wisdom For Moms

Posted on 12. Mar, 2015.

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Wisdom for Moms Doctors, psychologists and other experts knowingly tout the benefits of physical fitness on general well-being. The bottom line is that when we’re out of shape, we don’t feel well and we tire easily. The break many moms need is simply a walk around the block to feel the fresh air and get […]

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