So many great lessons learned/observed/participated in this week, it’s hard to choose just one to share.
Most of the discussions I have been involved in have revolved around the topic of helping others.
One presentation was from Ed Sansbury. He was talking about thanking people, doing a kind deed – just because, and simply saying “You’re welcome.” He put forth the idea that we could take the first step in doing a kind deed, instead of waiting for someone to do something for us and then paying it forward. It’s certainly something to think about.
I heard Denise Bennett, author of “A Chosen Seed: from Mustard Seed to Abundance,” speak this morning. She made some very powerful points. For me, the take-away quote was, “Don’t lessen the lesson.” Love it! It also tags on to last week’s blog about the John Maxwell Book, “Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Learn.”
This week, HIS Radio has started “The Blessing Project.” I’m guessing it is based on John Townsend’s book, and the curriculum now being offered through the American Association of Christian Counselors. They are asking people to call in with a need. They are also asking people to make themselves, and/or their resources available to help those in need. Matchups are occurring, things are getting done, people’s lives are being changed.
Let me close with Ed’s opening question…“What have you done to make a positive difference today?”
Have a wonderful weekend!
*Pam Horton is a Board Certified Stress Management Coach, in the Raleigh area.*
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