It's Easter and that is a very special day for the Christian world.
Easter is a day where many attend church and think upon the Savior of
the world. Families gather and reminisce of memories while breaking
bread and having a large hearty meal. We all know we will eat too
much... but somehow we always do it anyway.
When I traveled a few years ago to Jerusalem at the urging of
some good friends, we took a 10 day tour of the Holy Land.The trip
concluded with a visit to the tomb, it was no doubt a sacred
experience.Only being there can do the explanation justice. It was one
trip I candidly did not want to take, not because of the visit but
because I dislike long distance air travel. It is one trip I now
believe all should take if given the opportunity.
Easter is also a time to think of the seasons. (If you want a
good refresher read Ecclesiastes 3.) This section of scripture is one
of my favorites and one of my early mentors Jim Rohn speaks frequently
about this famous sacred writing as well.
Now that it is spring, how about springing forward on your journey to
being your best? One of the great paradoxes of life is that; so many
people want more out of life, yet so few are willing to pay the price
to get there.
May I offer a few suggestions to adding some K.A.S.H to your bank account this spring.
K= Knowledge. Get in the habit of reading! Lessons From Great Lives
teaches that many of the greats were in fact, well read and made
reading a part of their daily food for nourishment.Leaders are readers
and readers are leaders.
A= Attitude. Great lives are usually associated with great attitudes.
Ask yourself how, or who can you be more positive with. Really strive
to live a life of hope and optimism vs. an attitude of fear and
S= Skills. In your selected profession are there skills that you can
work on to be more effective in all areas? My business of Network
marketing is really centered around people.
When I was younger I learned the 7 Habits of Highly effective people. I
didn't just buy the book or tapes... I really learned them. Can you
name all 7 of them right now without referencing the book? If not, Why
not? Your career should be that important.
H=Habits. Some make reference to the period of time it takes to create
a new habit, about 20-30 days. I believe that when you get to the point
where your new good habits are a part of you, you will transform! When
you miss them it will be like missing a meal and you won't be very
happy about it. Develop the habits of self-improvement and you will be
on your way to adding more KASH to your bank account.
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