Take Inventory

Michelle Clanton

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Have you exhausted your means? No!

Think on this, just when you think you’ve exhausted your know how, something happens.

  • Let me explain…

    A whiff of strength comes from somewhere. To some it’s from the unknown. But most know there’s no such thing. It’s a supernatural endurance giving to you from the only source of All Strength.

    What to do next, you ask?

  • Take Inventory: List your accomplishments.

    A. From smallest to greatest activities that have allowed you to grow. Rate and evaluate your strengths and weaknesses that affect your goals.

  • You definitely have not exhausted your means; you’ve only just begun to touch the surface of what you can become!

    Again, I’ll explain:

    Are there still things, which you desire to accomplish? If so that is a sign to you that you have the ability to achieve them while you still have breath in you.

    a. Envision yourself in the midst of your triumph. You must first be able to see it before you can achieve.

    b. Write down daily updates of your short-term goals. Then check them off the list as you complete them.

    c. Find some resources to support your goals.

    d. There are maps and blueprints for everything under the sun. (It’s probably been done before. )

    e. The closer you get to achieving goals see how you can put your own spin on it. Create a mural with the distinction of your own-originality attached to it.

    f. Seek out help don’t be afraid to reach out to someone who have achieved the level of success you wish to obtain.

    ***Some people are put in our lives to help us, guide us and support us. Utilize the gifts God has place in the hands of others. ****

    If someone special is put in your life it’s usually his or her pleasure to lend a helping hand…

    Take Inventory every so often so you can visualize your impeding outcome. Stop wasting time, go forth and claim your inheritance.

    The author of, ‘Accidental Love’ the romance novel. Michelle is known to inspire, encourage and entertain her readers. As you read the words inspired by life experiences Michelle encourages you to follow hard after your dreams.

    To order a copy of ‘Accidental Love’ go to http://www.redleadbooks.com

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