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Tip #7 Share Your Story

Good Morning Peace Makers! It is day 7 of our #loveme2Peace Campaign and we’re just getting started. All month long I’m sharing tips and advice on how you can attract more peace into your life by practicing self-love and self-care.

March is International Women’s Month and we’re making history by challenging women all around the world to take care of themselves by setting their intentions toward peace. Some days may be more difficult than others to seek peace but I promise you that your efforts will be rewarded. Once you’ve mastered these techniques, you can mentor the next woman who may be struggling in this area of her life. I believe that we all hold the key or the solution to someone else’s challenge. We have to be willing to share our experiences with others to help them along their journey. I often tell my clients; your 2015 testimony is someone else’s 2016 goal. Speak up and share!

With that being said; today’s tip:   “Share Your Story”

There’s freedom, power and peace in sharing your experiences with others. As individuals we’re always either going into a challenge, in the midst of a challenge or coming out of one. No matter where we are in the process, our experiences can help others succeed.

I’ve been invited to be an Ambassador for the American Cancer Society. This title presents opportunities for me to share my story on a larger platform. Knowing that what I’ve experienced is going to benefit others and offer encouragement to someone else makes it all worth while.

How do I know this?

I know because God is not a waster. He is able to use anyone, under any circumstances, for his Glory!

Find Peace and Be Well!

Day 7 Share Your Story

2 thoughts on “Tip #7 Share Your Story

  1. I’ve read and re-read the first 7 days posts, and to say I’m being blessed by these daily tips to finding my peace is an understatement! As I’m reading today’s post, I get to the last sentence “God is not a waster”. I immediately read that sentence again. It’s something about receiving affirmations like that, that give me peace in knowing that anything that I’ve gone through, am currently going through, and yet to go through is ok. It’s all apart of God’s purpose for my life. Thank you so much for taking the time to sow into my life!

    1. Thank you so much for your comment. I’m excited to know that you are being blessed by the information. I want you to know that you are truly a blessing to me as well. I appreciate that you are taking time to read the tips and allowing them to work in your life.
      It is so true that God is not a waster. I’m so thankful that everything that I’ve experienced in life has purpose and today your purpose and mine have met! Thanks you so much.
      I encourage you to take a look at Jude 1:24-25 in the NIV version of the bible. My spirit dances every time that I read it. “To him who is able to keep you from stumbling and to present you before his glorious presence without fault and with great joy— to the only God our Savior be glory, majesty, power and authority, through Jesus Christ our Lord, before all ages, now and forevermore! Amen.”

      Have a wonderful day,

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