As a mom of 5, you would think I would master all there is. But when the rules keep changing, how do you adapt? How do you survive? How do you not lose yourself in the process?
When you’re working so hard to get ahead yet to only discover that you’re the runner-up, the second best, the step-sister who is never the princess. How do you keep going?
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One of my children is experiencing this right now. — The rules being fiddled with to get what they want instead of rewarding and honoring the effort and hard work of the child.
Of course this breaks my heart as a mom, because I can see exactly what’s happening. Unfortunately, our children aren’t the only ones to experience this in life. As adults, it’s even more of a challenge when the rules keep changing.
It might be in your job, with your husband, in your church, in your schools, even online!
When the rules keep changing, how do you thrive while in survival mode?
The K.I.S.S. ~ Master YOU!!!
- KNOW your strengths.
- UNDERSTAND your weaknesses.
- MANAGE your thoughts.
- DEFINE your stance.
- CREATE your now.
In this world when the rules keep changing, you can come out stronger, bold, wiser. Even though you might feel like you’re in survival mode, you can thrive!
You are created for greatness. Go out today and IMPACT. Let your beautiful soul shine through as your heart beats with joy.
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Music by Mandisa – Overcomer
Cover Art by Jenny Hamson