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An informative interview with, Dr. Patricia O'Gorman's book, TheResilient Women: Mastering the 7 Steps to Personal Power, and you'rebound to be chanting, "I am woman! Hear me roar!” And, you should. Too manytimes, women sabotage themselves with girly thoughts, convincing themselvesthat their life's disappointments are a result of being too tall, toopretty, too fat, too skinny, too smart, not smart enough or not sexy enough.Simply put, our girly thoughts can be our greatest hurdle to making positiveprogress in our lives, both personally and professionally.Girly thoughts not only stifle women from achieving their full potential,but they slash a women's sense of value or self-worth because they remindus that we don't fall in line with the latest version of what is culturallydesirable and acceptable. Dr. O'Gorman shows us that a resilient life isachieved by how we react to situations in our lives, not by the things thathappen to us.The path to realizing resilience is outlined in a seven step process,designed to guide you to understand your own personal power. Dr.O'Gorman shows how-to recognize when girly thoughts are taking over and redirect themwith positive thinking. She further teaches us to grow from our challengesand progress to a place of gratitude and acceptance."Reprogram your girly thoughts,” explains Dr. O'Gorman. "Once you stopbeing a victim, embrace your strengths and adopt positive self-talk, you'llbe on the path to your own resilience.”
Our guests Heizal Njuguna and Charity Maina will give us tips on the uniqueness of being a woman and what happens when we fail to recognize our uniqueness. Listen live:619-393-2852/www.pinnacleofpraiseshow.com
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Are you willing to stand up and be seen and be heard? Is there a point at which you speak out, where silence is no longer an option? How many different ways do you have of not speaking up? “Oh, I didn’t know.” “I didn’t see it happen.” “I had no idea.” “It never would have occurred to me.” “I don’t know.”
In the face of bullying and meanness and unkindness, what would it take to step beyond the comfort zone of wishing it would all go away? What about being aware, and, saying: “Enough! This doesn’t work for me.” “This isn’t true for me.” “That was not my experience.” Do you have the courage?
Finding your voice ... what is that? What is it like? What would it take to be seen and be heard?
Join us as we talk about this and so much more.
Anne and Ricky
And He said, "Let Me go, for the day breaks." But he said, "I will not let You go unless You bless me!" - Genesis 32:26
Never underestimate the power of prayer. When you are praying according to God's will, your prayer is unstoppable. And how do we know what God's will is? By careful study of Scripture.
Jesus made this promise: "If you abide in Me, and My words abide in you, you will ask what you desire, and it shall be done for you" (John 15:7).
We gravitate immediately toward the latter part of that verse: Ask what you desire, and it shall be done for you. We love that, as though God were some sort of genie. But that isn't the case. We tend to forget about the first part of this verse: If you abide in Me, and My words abide in you . . . If we are walking in fellowship with God and studying the Word of God, then we will start praying according to the will of God. And then we will start seeing our prayers answered.
First John 5:14–15 says, "Now this is the confidence that we have in Him, that if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us. And if we know that He hears us, whatever we ask, we know that we have the petitions that we have asked of Him."
Therefore, we should never give up or back down. We need to keep praying. That is why Jesus said, "Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you" (Matthew 7:7). In the original language there is an ascending intensity to the terms. It is like starting off with some politeness. Then you get more aggressive. And then you are not letting go, like Jacob, who wrestled with the Lord and refused to let go until He blessed him.
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