Things are not going right in your life. You feel like Charlie Brown – a storm is constantly over your head following you or your just down all the time. You go into your quiet place to think and you come up with what you believe is the solution..
I have people in my life that are killing my blessing!
YES! That’s it! Now you eliminate those people from Twitter, Facebook, text, phone, etc and guess what??? Nothing changed. What happened? You eliminated those people so now you should be focused on your purpose, right?
Well, one important fact we do not like to face when it comes to reality…
Am I Killing Someone’s Blessing? Am I the reason why someone else is failing or not succeeding? Is it me?
Sometimes, the answer is YES to those questions. But understanding that answer does not indicate you are a bad person. It simply means that you are having the incorrect impact on someone’s life. Whether it is your influence, conversation, or actions, something needs to be altered.
The first key is recognition. After that, you can make the necessary adjustments to become a more positive influence in that person’s life.
When you are not receiving your blessings, don’t always blame someone else. In this case, it just may be impacting yourself, as well as others.
Have you noticed your blessings have ceased? Have you looked at yourself? What are you going to do to get your blessing back to flowing?
Kontinue to Konker.
Chadwick Taylor is Author of KONKERER Leadership
He helps develop leaders with a servant mentality through individual development