For this first time ever I am going to take a short hiatus from my blog. I will return on Monday with new questions and posts. I have posted something every day for nearly 3 years and I need a break. I hope everyone has a great weekend and Ill see you Monday.
Did you know this ?…………and most importantly do you listen, this is the big secret in life, are you aware of how many people listen or just hear you and are not listening ! All though I maybe blowing my own trumpet, I do know for sure, that one of my reasons of success in my Coaching Business is my ability to listen, I even hear words people do not say, as I personally dislike in a big way, talking and know that people hear me but don’t listen, I would never do it to some one else, I also appreciate that the person in question has chosen me to be the receiver of their conversation whether it be business related or not, some people find it hard to talk and this is why we should always be grateful for any trust or confidence that another person would place in…
We are back from our weekend in New York and all went well. The bride and groom are off to their honeymoon and the wedding went without a hitch. We always have a wonderful time in NY and the wedding excitement just added to the experience. Our flight got back yesterday late afternoon and after a round of laundry, unpacking and repacking, I am back on the road this morning! Quick turn-around for me.
This week I will be in Athens, Ga to conduct some training with sales executives from across the southeast. I’ll be working with my mentor this week which will be nice. It isn’t often that he and I get to train reps together.
With that said, I hope you have a great week. Remember to hug your loved ones and spend quality time with them! Have a wonderful Tuesday.
Please don’t give up. Suicidal thoughts can end. There is hope. Recovery is possible and it happens. I am living proof of that.
The next video is another beautiful testimony about how God saves people’s lives. The christian rapper/hip hop artist, Sevin, is another example of that.
On the following video Sevin says:
I always had suicidal thoughts as a kid… I fell into an abyss and started self medicating. Anything to numb myself.
I walked into my room and put my gun to my head. In the moment I had the gun to my head, the holy spirit fell on me. I felt an overwhelming peace and acceptance. It literally went through my body and it changed me.
God came off the pages and jumped into my real life…
Originally posted on Waldina: Today is the 144th birthday of Lewis Hine. His iconic photographs of the early 20th century are immediately recognizable, much more so than his name. The world is a better place because he was in it…
So, this week I am staying inside the box for a change. Helen over at This Thing Called Life One Day At A Time picked “sleep” as the theme for this week’s Song Lyric Sunday. This popped into my head almost immediately (well behind some Lions anyway).
“Talking In Your Sleep” went to No. 3 on the Billboard top 100 in early 1984 and was the most successful hit for The Romantics. Later that year British group Bucks Fizz had a hit version in the UK.
Usually, when someone talks in their sleep they reveal things to us we don’t want to hear. In this case, it seems that the woman in question is denying her feelings while awake and spilling the beans so to speak when she talks in her sleep.
It is a catchy tune and fun lyrics, making for a great song. Then there is the matter…