3 Tips to maximize your personal power

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There’s power in YOU! God created you with the power to achieve and enjoy your purpose, passion and goals. The question is… Do you believe in yourself?

When you believe and take action, you can achieve anything you want! However, when you don’t believe in yourself, your personal power goes into a dormant state. This process can prevent you from enjoying greater success, joy and happiness. Here’re 3 ways to maximize your personal power:

1. Choose Growth Mindset: There’re 2 types of mindset.  “In a fixed mindset, people believe their basic qualities, like their intelligence or talent, are simply fixed traits” (Carol Dweck).  Whereas, in the growth mindset, people  believe their basic qualities, like their intelligence or talent can be developed.  They have the power to transform their lives to greater success and happiness.

Your mindset is very important to your success and happiness.  It’s your belief, your attitude and your particular way of thinking.  Your belief determines your actions and your results. Which mindset drives your life?  Do you believe that your life can be transformed for the best?  Do you believe that you deserved to be successful, happy and find fulfillment in life?

2. Choose Teamwork instead of Egocentrism: It’s caring too much about yourself and not about other people. While it is important to take good care of yourself, you cannot forget those around you. Remember, life is a team sport, and to win you need help from people.

3. Choose Forgiveness instead of Unforgiveness: The most well-known teaching on unforgiveness is Jesus’ story of the unmerciful servant, recorded in Matthew 18:21-35. In the story, a king forgives an enormously large debt (basically one that could never be repaid) of one of his servants. Later, that same servant refuses to forgive the small debt of another man. The king hears about this and rescinds his prior forgiveness. Jesus concludes by saying, “This is how my heavenly Father will treat each of you unless you forgive your brother or sister from your heart” (Matthew 18:35). Unforgiveness is the process of unwilling to forgive or to show mercy. When you don’t forgive yourself and others, you place yourself under arrest of bitterness. “Many people ruin their health and their lives by taking the poison of bitterness, resentment and unforgiveness: (Joyce Myer). Learn to forgive yourself and others.  Don’t let the past holds you back. It’s time to move forward!

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