Hi, again. If you’ve stuck with me on this series, I appreciate you immensely, if you’re joining us for the first time I’d employ you to check out my previous post on this series… Thank you. Let’s proceed shall we?
Biblical clue: Ecclesiastes 11:1-end
Ecclesiastes 11:1-2 Send your grain across the seas, and in time, profits will flow back to you. But divide your investments among many places, for you do not know what risks might lie ahead.
We’ve already established that you too can become successful. It is not restricted to a certain few. The difference between the rich and the poor is their mindset. (I may be wrong but I’m certain I’m not).
King Solomon according to scripture is the wealthiest and wisest man ever to live the surface of the earth, so i believe we can draw out a few wisdom from him.
Biblical clue: 2 Chronicles 1:12 Wisdom and knowledge is granted unto thee; and I will give thee riches, and wealth, and honour, such as none of the kings have had that have been before thee, neither shall there any after thee have the like.
So I’d like to ask, the last time you said you were going to do something, did you actually do it at the exact time? If no, did you eventually do it? If yes, when? (be honest with yourself ) Procrastination is dangerous.
I ask a lot of questions don’t I? Pardon me, but I need your consent to proceed. Let’s talk about that idea you had? About making your first 100 thousand or first million perhaps, or maybe about starting out your own business, Yes that one. How did it come about? Why did you decide to live by yourself or venture in that business?
The reason I’m making this inquiry is because your Why goes a long way in the manifestation of that idea. Why did you choose that course? Was it peer pressure or family pressure? or a strong will to become someone of importance? Whichever your reason, stay with me.
In order to succeed in any venture, you must first know why? If you’ve read my about me page, you’ll find out the reason I’m talking to you in the first place. You must have a clearly defined reason for doing anything at all.
Presh, you’re talking about goals here. Lemme digress a bit, if you ever want to succeed in anything you MUST have a target. Teachers are always expected to write in the lesson plans their objectives for each lesson which goes along this manner; By the end of the lesson, students should be able to:…
We set objectives so we can work towards achieving a particular goal. Some call it itineraries, it’s very important. Stay with me on this series. Don’t leave me (smiles)