This blog is the third part of a series called, “Gain A Better Work Day,” where I’d like to walk with you in gaining practices, principles and ideas that can hopefully make us more effective in the work place by making small but meaningful changes to how our work day usually happens.
We’re going through this series called “Gain A Better Work Day,” where we want to look at some practices and principles that will improve the way you deliver at work with the limited yet valuable time you put into things that matter. Last week, we talked about how to prepare for the unexpected so that […]
I don’t think I’ve ever done a blog series in my life and I really don’t know why. The first minute I thought of the idea, I jumped right into it because I know it can and will provide more value for you. I’m doing this series called “Gain A Better Work Day” by sharing […]
2010 was not a very good year for me. Although that was the year that I had accomplished so much in life, it was also the time that I had lost so much. At the age of twenty, I had the opportunity of successfully starting a business, winning a prestigious award as one of the […]
“And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose.” Romans 8:28 One has to wonder whether God really does make all things work out for our good? The sovereignty of God has always been an area of vagueness generally amongst the […]
What is it that makes you a person that people will love working with? Is it skill, talent or educational attainment? While those are important things, anyone who has ever experienced collaborating with people will admit that all of these do not always add up to a desirable workmate.
Think about how your usual day goes. Can you say that your life is free of stress, worry, problems or pessimism? Chances are, we’ll probably all say “no” in resounding chorus (and with harmony too!) Anyone and everyone, no matter how smart, strategic, experienced or Christian you has probably experienced bumps and trials on a daily basis.
So you want to be in ministry? Many people today want to do ministry to simply play church, get the perks or catch the limelight. People like that will find that to enter ministry with those desires will mean ultimate disappointment.