The Ladder Of Success ("Your Divine Fingerprint" by Keith Craft. )
Updated: Jan 6
"Many people climb the ladder of success only to find that their ladders are leaning on the wrong wall. Most people get more out of what they don't want, rather than what they do want, because they never decide what it is they actually want". ~Keith Craft.
Welcome to the Keto Mom page, my name is Stephanie. We're done with "Dream It, Pin It, Live It" by Terri Savelle Foy. So now, we're going to be creating vision boards. I encourage you to take action steps and do what the book said.
I'm going to be making my vision board this week. Create a vision board for what you want next year. This is something fun that you can work with during Christmas vacation with your kids or any time in the next couple of weeks. If you don't have the book, you can go to ketomomsecrets.com and click on Book Club.
Yesterday, I talked about being aware of the people that you're around. Be encouraging, smile, and have patience. Bring joy because there are a lot of people that need it.
We're done with "Dream It, Pin It, Live It" by Terri Savelle Foy. My encouragement is to create the vision board.
"Most people get more out of what they don't want, rather than what they do want because they never decide what it is they actually want".
"Thinking", Discovering the 1% that makes you unique. "Be", Develop your gifts, your talents and the things that you are good at, your visions, and your passion. And then "Do", deploy the action. Develop your own percent factor to take your life to the next level of success that you desire, and that you have been created to achieve".
It's about your own divine fingerprints and who you are. How do I figure out these gifts and talents? It's digging into more of you, which I feel we did. And this is even more. So listen to this little quick paragraph and then I'm gonna let you go this morning.
"My point is simple (Pastor Keith Craft). People want to succeed but have not taken the time to define success. What does success even mean to you? Success defined by the movies, fast cars, attractive companies, pockets full of cash, or a mansion on a hillside is great. But is that what you really want?"