By Shiela Morrall

To be a winner you were born to be you have to be goal oriented. Setting daily, weekly, monthly and yearly goals will keep you on that phenomenal path of life. Having a commitment, a desire and taking action for a cause larger than life will help you develop that winner spirit. The winner spirit assists you to develop your potential and complete some gigantic goals. Once you start accomplishing some goals, you will develop a strong sense of self, which will put you on a path of happiness.

According to Brian Tracy, the author of the Psychology of Achievement, “Happiness is not a destination. Happiness is a process and condition”. As winners (In Christ), we all would like to live happier lives.

Some of the greatest dreamers such as Harriett Tubman, Mary McLeod Bethune, Martin Luther King Jr., George Washington Carver, Sojouner Truth, Russell a. Conwell, William Danforth, and Vash Young came to the conclusion, We’re here to serve, encourage and share our unlimited potential with others (through the love of Christ). In my short life span, I have to agree. My cup runneth over from just giving my best to others, whether it’s time, knowledge or things. Try to serve, encourage and share something for someone other than yourself.

Being a winner (In Christ) is going the extra mile for your life. Being a winner (In Christ) is displaying your courage and conquering your dreams. Being a winner (In Christ) is developing your mind and accepting your miracles. Being a winner (In Christ) is setting goals and growing. Being a winner (In Christ) is making no excuses for your life journey. It’s going for the gusto! Being a winner (In Christ) is facing the driest deserts and holding on because you know faith is powerful. Also, you know, the smallest grain of mustard seed can create a forest full of the greenest, purest and most beautiful grass you can ever imagine. Winners (In Christ) are people who deliver and expand their hearts to others while they are on their life journey. They share, care and bare their best at all times.

“Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy; meditate on these things”- Philippians 4:8

 

Guest Writer

Sheila Morrall