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How To Respond in Every Situation

Posted by Aaron Walker on Jan 20, 2021 9:00:00 AM

The best asset you could possibly have is the way we respond.

Yesterday I went to a local medical supply company to buy a little device that I needed. When I walked in I greeted the receptionist good morning and asked how she was and her respond was "Thanks, could be better here but I'm just telling you it's just not gonna be a good day I can already tell!" And I thought öh my gosh! Who is the world they got at the reception!" But she still proceeded to tell me things I didn't have to know. This lady just can't wait to tell me the problem.

You know what I did next? I did not respond. I did not say anything.

If her respond could have been different, it could have been positive I just started laughing inside.


Is that you? Are you like the receptionist? Always looking for an opportunity to pounce on any opportunity that you can to get a word out and cut somebody? To make somebody feel less than so you'll feel better about yourself? Are you that person that sits in the water cooler always talking about this and that?

Lift those people up! It will change the dynamics of your conversation. It changes the air. It changes the attitude. Opportunity starts knocking in! Look for every opportunity to edify, lift up, encourage and watch what happens in your spirit for you personally. Listen, the money will come! I promise you. It will come if you change your attitude. This very day, choose what kind of attitude you're going to bring in any situation that you're in. Go out there and enjoy your family and have a great time!

 

Topics: Character, Community, Relationships, Significance, Priorities, Tips, Discipline, Clarity, Reputation, Development, Self Development, Decisions, Crossroads, Encouragement, Leadership, Guide, Communication, Advice, Personality

Stay At Home Moms Should Be Honored Not Taken Advantage Of

Posted by Aaron Walker on Jan 15, 2021 9:00:00 AM

Stay At Home Moms, got a soft spot in my heart.

Oftentimes they are ignored and unappreciated but they only want..

1. to be seen

2. to be heard

3. to be encouraged

4. to be supported with all their decisions

5. to be loved!

It's tough being a mom!

So stand up and be the man that you should be! Love your wife! Stay-at-Home Moms my hats off to you! Keep doing what you're doing! And guys, do your share!

 

Topics: Accountability, Marriage, Balance, Relationships, Significance, Priorities, Tips, Commitment, Clarity, Wife, Gratitude, Decisions, Leadership, Father Figure, Guide, Advice

You Will Never Be An Effective Influencer If You Are A Chameleon. How Do I Know Who I'm Speaking With?

Posted by Aaron Walker on Jan 11, 2021 9:00:00 AM

Are you a chameleon? Do you change your color based on your surroundings because you want to be liked by your peers, the people around you? Would you rather agree with the majority even if it's not the right thing to do? Or are you a thought leader who's not afraid to stand alone? I was told before, always be willing to stand alone if you are convicted that you're making the right decision. I don't like chameleons! I don't like people who stick their finger in the air first before making a decision.

 

Topics: Motivation, Accountability, Character, Relationships, Success, Significance, Priorities, Commitment, Blueprint, Integrity, Discipline, Clarity, Reputation, Burden, Decisions, Crossroads, Wisdom, Encouragement, Leadership, Advice, Authenticity, Honesty, Personality

How To Be A Servant Leader In Your Family

Posted by Aaron Walker on Dec 28, 2020 9:00:00 AM

Leadership is a topic that is usually discussed in a business or work context, but today I want to talk to you about leadership within the family. Let me share my thoughts with you on how you can be a ‘Servant Leader’ in your family. The word ‘Servant Leadership’ makes some of us uncomfortable because it sounds like we are being asked to act as a doormat for other people or as if we are being asked to play the role of ‘the nice guy’, who is weak and taken advantage of by everyone.

But that is far from the truth. Servant leadership is about being a real man. It is one of the most powerful forms of leadership where you serve your family with unconditional love, going the last mile for your wife, exercising authority with compassion, putting your family’s needs ahead of yours, taking leadership decisions without thinking about your own agenda, doing the right things that need to be done and leading your family to a good place.

 

Topics: Motivation, Accountability, Coaching, Character, Marriage, Family, Balance, Relationships, Success, Priorities, Tips, Parenting, Commitment, Preparation, Discipline, Clarity, Development, Self Development, Decisions, Crossroads, Encourage, Encouragement, Father, Father Figure, Influence, Legacy

I Was Told Not To Tell Anyone, But I Know I Can Trust You.

Posted by Aaron Walker on Dec 14, 2020 9:00:00 AM

Have you ever had someone come up to you "listen I was told something and I am not really suppose to tell you, but you're my buddy and I know I can trust you so I am telling you..." How many times have you heard that? How many times have you done that? I challenge you. When someone starts with "hey, I am not suppose to tell you this..."" hold your hand up and say "stop, don't tell me. I don't want to be a part of you becoming a liar." I promise you, that person will respect you more! Be that man of integrity!

 

 

Topics: Motivation, Accountability, Character, Community, Relationships, Significance, Priorities, Commitment, Consistent, Integrity, Discipline, Clarity, Reputation, Development, Crossroads, Wisdom, Encourage, Risks, Determination, Influence, Influencer, Authenticity, Truth, Honesty

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