“Are You Content with Getting Handouts?” is a blog post inspired by a comment one of my relatives made about being left out by our government though striving to do and want more. And that comment made me think about how many people really think and believe that they’re winning because their government is providing for them. So, I stopped by to tell you:
~It’s one thing to find yourself in a tough spot in need of help and quite another to not want to help yourself and be content with letting others take care of you. ~Coach Sam
Currently, I am in the process of having my manuscript, Recognize Him: Is He Dating You for Commitment? formatted. And “Will You Push Through the Dirt?” encourages you to realize that each time you face a set back to have the mindset that there is something you learned; and to take what you’ve learned to complete the goal you set and then inspire and encourage someone else to do the same.
~When you think about dirt, you should think about the possibilities of new beginnings and continued growth. ~Coach Sam
“Do You Think Discipline Is or Equals Success?” points out the fact that discipline and success are both defined by YOU, so you are the most valuable person to determine if you are discipline and or successful in your life. ~Discipline is a requirement for living life, not simply success, or the attainment of success in the mind of others. ~Coach Sam
“Have You Protected Your Most Valuable?” speaks about how the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack caused alarm, but how we should evaluate if we take necessary measures to protect what matters most in our own personal lives.
~Just like companies have infostructures, so do you, it’s called your personal life and the people, your mindset, systems, and things that matter. The question is do you know their worth and have you invested in protecting them as you should. ~ Coach Sam
With Mother’s Day being tomorrow it seemed fitting for me to dedicate today’s post to the mothers around the world. Too often, as a mom, I see you going beyond for others to exceed expectations, but forget to do the same for yourself.
“There is NOTHING that compares to her Love, there is NOTHING that measures to her Compassion, there is NOTHING that withstands her Resiliency, and there is NOTHING that outshines her Selflessness – she, this woman I speak of, she IS a mother.” ~Coach Sam
“Are You Self-Assured?” is a post inspired from seeing how people reacted to my being present at a close place, despite the fact they too came to the same closed placed, more likely than not because they saw me, not realizing or understanding MY why.
~Knowing that your instincts are correct about a situation will allow you to trust yourself instead leaning to following an unknown and unproven stranger. ~Coach Sam
“Is Your Mindset Reset and Ready for What Comes Next?” is my blog post in which I speak about why our mindset is important and why we should evaluate if we are indeed ready for new beginnings and possibilities in our life.
~Your mindset on life and possibilities of what could be in your life are at the center of your why for what you decide to do next with your life. ~Coach Sam
“Are You Unintentionally Making Yourself Sick?” speaks directly about how we can unintentionally be the cause of our health failing by disregarding or seeing our caffeine choices we make as irrelevant.
~Energy is something we all need, but getting energy that devastates your life or your health is toxic. ~ Coach Sam
“Do You Consider What’s Out of Sight?” discusses why a person’s private life is highly important, matters just as much if not more than what they showcase in public, and why it’s important to recognize it sooner rather than later.
~What happens backstage in a person’s life is just if not more important than what happens onstage because it’s the backstage mindset, attitudes, and behaviors that shape the presentation and quality of a person’s onstage perspectives, lifestyle, and actions. ~Coach Sam
“Do You Speak Out Help or Hurt?” was inspired by a disagreement that I had with a person in my community. Although disputes are sometimes unavoidable, the fact of the matter is that we can still speak to people in our community, or in our personal and professional lives with respect, so that we are using our words to speak out help and helpful solutions to resolve our differences.
~Letters of the alphabet form the most important things we use to establish relationships, communicate how we feel, and tell others what we need and want – words. And yet too often words are the demise of personal and professional affairs, when they don’t have to be. ~ Coach Sam