You Don’t Have To Live a Life of Mediocrity

Except taken from the book Acts of Faith by Iyanla Vanzant.

God would not give us the ability and opportunity to be succesful and then condemn us to mediocrity. ~Debra Anderson

Everything in the world was, at one time, just an idea in someone’s mind. The chair you are sitting on. The clothes you are wearing. The car you drive. The multimedia instruments that bring information to us. They were all ideas that someone took the time, had the faith and made the commitment to bring forth. How many good, no, great ideas have you had lately? Do you have ideas about things you would like to do? Ideas about the quality of your life? How to make life better for someone else? Why then are you not acting on those ideas? Ideas are all we have. That’s what we get from the One on high. We already have the ability, skill, and access to information. What the Creator does is generate ideas. Many people get the same idea at the same time. Some of us act, others don’t. The next time you are wondering what you are supposed to do in life, remember all the idea blessings you let go.

If you’re ready to put your ideas into action and/or don’t know where to begin then I’m available to help guide you in the right direction. Go to http://www.giveyourselfpower.com/services.htm to sign up for your free 15 minutes intake to see if we are a good fit to work together.

 

 

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2 Comments on “You Don’t Have To Live a Life of Mediocrity”

  1. Gwen Levy Says:

    Karen you hit the nail on the head, how many times has God blessed us with ideals, and we’ve done nothing to get what God has intended for us to have and to bless others with. You are great with exploring and tapping into what we already have on the inside. Thanks for helping me realize it and to do great things with what I already have. You’re the best!!!!

  2. Summer Says:

    Karen,
    This is a wonderful depiction of how we all should be thinking in regards to our God given ideas. I think the key to this is believing in yourself and your idea enough to act on it…


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