I once had an experience that left me emotionally bitter and hurt for a considerable period of time. Despite my being a Christian, I found it difficult to let go of a situation that long should have been gone and forgotten. Rather, the resentment within me grew, day after day.
#10. “All I have seen teaches me to trust the creator for all I have not seen.”
―Ralph Waldo Emerson
#9. “I repeat… that all power is a trust; that we are accountable for its exercise.”
#8. “Few things can help an individual more than to place responsibility on him, and to let him know that you trust him.”
―Booker T. Washington Continue Reading
In my biology class as a student, I learnt that growth is one of the many characteristics of a living thing. As a result, it’s typical for every human to yearn for growth no matter the area of pursuit. In this post pressed from leadonpurposeblog.com, Michael Ray Hopkin offers some great advice on how to achieve career growth.
There’s an old saying that goes something like this: “If you are not moving forward, you are moving backward.” If you’re moving backward, who’s fault is it? Who is responsible? We all know the answer to this.
The people whose careers seem to grow the fastest follow similar patterns of behavior. They understand competition exists, they recognize the steps they need to take to succeed, and they understand who is responsible. They take charge of their career and accept full responsibility for their growth.
The following five actions will help accelerate your career growth:
Letting go of every single dream
I lay each one down at Your feet
Every moment of my wandering
Never changes what You see
I’ve tried to win this war I confess
My hands are weary I need Your rest
Mighty Warrior, King of the fight
No matter what I face, You’re by my side