TRUST, THE LINK THAT CONQUERS FEARS

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No matter who is in your circle on Facebook, on your job, in the church you attend, in the streets and clubs you hang out in, or even in your family; there are ideas and goals God impregnates your mind with and they are not to be SHARED WITH NO ONE BUT WHO GOD SENDS TO HELP YOU ACHIEVE WHAT YOU HAVE CONCEIVED. It all starts with trusting God and YOURSELF first with that gifted idea.

The 5 Waves of Trust, which are concentric circles of energy emanating from our characters and personalities, serves as a metaphor for how trust operates in our lives. Trust begins with each of us personally, continues into our personal and professional relationships, expands into our varied organizations (church, rotary, sororities, and fraternal orders etc..), expands into our MARKETPLACE relationships, and encompasses our global society at large. This reflects the strength of the “inside-out approach: to build TRUST with others, we must first start to TRUST OURSELVES.

In order to trust yourself, you must be TRUTHFUL with yourself. You must acknowledge your strengths, weaknesses, and flaws. What gives TRUST its harder, more pragmatic edge is your ability to recognize that COMPETENCE (which means being fully aware of your surroundings, where you are, who you are working with, and which direction God is telling you to take), is as vital to TRUST as character. Both COMPETENCE AND CHARACTER are within our ability to either create, change, or CREATE CHANGE AND EVOLVE. BE COMPETENT OF YOUR CHARACTER, TRUST YOURSELF FIRST, TRUST GOD TO GUIDE YOU ON YOUR PATH TO SUCCESS IF YOU ARE BELIEVER. You will develop those aforementioned relationships built on trust and increase your CREDIBILITY.

IF YOU ARE NOT A BELIEVER IN GOD AND YOU JUST TRUST YOU, THAT IS FINE TOO. IF YOU DON’T TRUST YOURSELF, HOW DARE YOU HAVE THE UNMITIGATED GALL TO ASK OTHERS TO TRUST OR EVEN BELIEVE YOU. I’m just saying…..

A. J. “therightrevrhino” Watkins D. Min.

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