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Thrive

To thrive is to flourish or prosper. Most people think “money” when they hear the word “prosperity.” However, there is incompleteness in this thought because prosperity covers our entire lives. Flourishment includes marriage, health, children, relationships, recreation and finances. That’s what the apostle John meant when he penned 3 John 2, “Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth” (KJV). God wants us to thrive in every area of our lives, including our finances. The essays captioned under this submenu are subjects of prosperity.

Discovering the Gold Deposit Around You

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Planning: the road less travelled!

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I wonder what you were thinking when you saw the title. Well, moi, the writer does not even know what to write on. The only fun part of this story is that I have a confession to make. I have never seen “Lion King” until last Friday, July 19th, 2019. When I told my kids, they laughed …

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Everyone has challenges. The problem is not the problem, but the problem is the person confronting the problem. It starts with the person. The size of the person is more important than the size of the problems. Attitude is more important than fact. A problem is a fact, and your attitude is more important than …

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If you want to achieve success in life, you must decide what success means to you and set some goals. Make each act of the day successful. This produces a successful day, a series of successful days produce a successful week, a series of successful weeks produce a successful month, a series of successful models …

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Have you ever come across such maxims like a tree grows from a tiny seed, a tall building arises from a mound of earth, a journey of 1000 miles starts with a step, and so on? These sayings are as old as the earth itself, but their reality is unquestionable. They awake us to the …

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In 1952, Edmund Hillary attempted to climb Mount Everest, the highest mountain then known to humans, 29,000 feet straight up. A few weeks after his failed attempt, he was asked to address a group in England. He walked up to the edge of the stage, made a fist and pointed at the picture of the …

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We can all learn to be more optimistic. Pessimistic people can be trained to be more optimistic. The following are certain techniques that can assist you to achieve this goal as offered by Pieter Van Jaarsveld. Do not dwell on adversity or failure. Note that failure is a learning experience that can help you develop …

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Starting small has always been the way to start things. I have read a lot on many things and have realised that many of the things we see today as big businesses, revolutions, policies, etc. started in very small ways. When we see democratic institutions like America, France, etc. and companies like Amazon, Shell, Walmart …

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Nothing Wrong with Naysayers. Yes, I said that. Because it is ok to be one. Why should I be an “Ayesayer” when I don’t believe in your project. It is my right not to believe in your project. Get used to that. Naysayers have their usefulness factor. They help you refine your goals. They force …

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Do you see someone skilled in their work? They will serve before kings; they will not serve before officials of low rank. Proverbs 22:29 (NIV) Have you ever thought of starting a business of your own, but you are confused about the right one to choose, or you are thinking of building up a business …

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Along the vertical axis is the extent to which people report being clear about their organisation’s values. Along the horizontal axis is the extent to which these same people report being clear about their own personal values.    Leaders who model the way make two commitments in word and deed. Such leaders find their voice …

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