The Power of Consistency


There are somethings that come through prayer and fasting, but there are other things that come through simple consistency. It’s a biblical law, what you sow you will reap – Don’t be weary in well doing, God is not mocked you will reap if you faint not. In other words, if you remain and stay consistent you will get what you’ve been pushing for.

Today I want to talk to you about the benefits of being consistent.

Measurement. Until you have tried something new for a period of time and in a consistent manner, you can’t decide if it works or not.  How do you measure effectiveness if what you are measuring isn’t performed consistently?

You should give something at least six months before judging it as a success or failure.

Reputation. In a society where integrity is at an all time low. Being known for your consistency is a huge point of difference between you and your contemporaries. Your business, or you as an individual will stand out as dependable and trustworthy.

Enforces Discipline. By creating a culture of consistency it enables a strong sense of discipline. This exercised discipline will innately spill over into other areas of your life. Before you know it, every area of your life will be governed by discipline.

I want to challenge you to pick something and do it for 6 months straight no breaks and then observe what fruit you got from your consistency challenge.

Investing in Yourself


Everybody is invested or investing in something, but few people are investing into themselves!

Self-Investment is the most profitable investment you ever make. It yields not only future returns, but often a current pay-off as well. The surest way to achieve a better quality life, to be successful, productive, and satisfied is to place a priority on investing in both personal and professional growth. The effort you put into consistently investing in yourself plays a large role in determining the quality of your life now and in the future.

Below are three way you can invest in yourself.

Develop your skills. Improving your skills doesn’t always mean investing in higher education. You can download eBooks of pertinent topics to your career, subscribe to current blogs, and take continued education classes.

Explore your creative side. There is a fountain of creativity within most of us that has never been tapped or certainly hasn’t been used to its highest potential. It’s time to tap into that Creativity! You’ve been inside of the box too long and the world is waiting to see what you will create when you decided to create outside of the lines. Below are some ideas that can help jump start your creativity.

  • Learn a new language
  • write something – a book, short stories, poetry, anything
  • Explore the outside world
  • Enjoy music
  • Create something tangible – paint, sculpt, make pottery, make jewelry or design your own clothes.

Nurture your mind and body. Nurturing both your mind and body allows you to have more to give now and  in the future, more energy, more knowledge, more ideas, greater strength, physical and mental endurance.

Expand your mind. Learning new things and keeping your mind active even in simple ways helps to grow and maintain your mental ability.

  • Read – anything and everything
  • Explore culture – attend performances, listen to different style of music, travel, or join an organization or group comprised of people from different backgrounds.
  • Open your mind – engage in conversations with those who disagree with you. Look at an argument and try to make a case for the opposing point of view.
  • Keep your mind active

Investing in yourself truly makes a difference in your life, your well-being, and your ability to thrive and perform to the best of your ability. The extent to which you invest in yourself, mind and body, not only shapes the way you interact with the outside world, it often reflects the opinion you have of yourself. Your future is in large part determined by your willingness and ability to invest in yourself now.

What To Do When You Get Fired


We have talked extensively about what to do to better your employment position and better yet to create your own business. Let’s talk real quick about what you do when the opposite happens, when you’re called into your manager’s office and they let you go.

Loosing a job can be one of the most stressful things you can every experience. I want to share with you some things you can do that will allow you to recover quickly and use this situation for your good.

Don’t Burn Bridges. You never know what tomorrow holds. Things can change and management calls you back to put you in a different department, as well, it leaves room for your past job to give you a good reference. 

Manage Your Emotions. You are already in a very negative situation, the last thing you need is to allow that negativity to take over your insides. Don’t allow misfortune to turn into depression or cause you to stress out. Keeping yourself centered will allow you to be able to act vs react and open yourself up to create a plan for your next move.

Start Over. I think starting over is the biggest blessing in disguise ever. A lot of times we get so tied to our daily routine that it is hard for anything new to get in. Getting up, going to work, coming home, getting up, going to work, coming home can be so rancorous and taxing we exhaust ourselves of the ability to create something new. 

It’s not the end of the world, it’s just the end of the place you are end now. I believe in you, you can bounce back and better than ever!

The 10 Commandments of the Workplace


Hey guys! I hope your Monday has gone well. I still feel burdened to discuss with you the importance of the kingdom citizens being represented in the marketplace so I wanted to borrow from T. D. Jakes 10 Commandments of the Workplace.

If you can’t follow these 10 commandments to the proverbial “T”, then you really need to focus on adjusting your character and integrity.

Enjoy and don’t forget to leave your comments and/or question below!
1. Understand that God anoints you for trouble. Be sure you are a Christian.  Put on the armor of God before going to work. Ensure you are prepared and empowered for each day.

2. Don’t expect to be appreciated. Your only expectation should be to get a paycheck. Don’t come to work to have personal relationships. Don’t allow what you do to affect who you are.

3. Do your job well, but remember your mission. God put you there to be a light.

4. Seek opportunities to change the atmosphere without commenting on the problems. You have a God to talk to. You’re on an assignment. In quietness and competence shall be your strength.

5. Don’t let your environment get inside of you. You should influence it, not let it influence you. Stop going to work to be fed- you didn’t come to receive, you came to give.

6. Increase your capacity to work with different personalities. God will often bless you through people you don’t even like!

7. Remember where you are does not define where you are going. This will deliver you from frustration. God has a plan for your life. Keep your eye on the prize. When Peter did this, he was able to walk in what other people sank in!

8. Get the optimum results with minimal confusion. Be effective without making the environment worse.

9. Don’t be associated with one group or clique. Labels limit your usefulness. God wants you to work with everybody but be labeled by nobody. Use all your gifts.

10. Always keep your song near you. Keep a consecrated place in your soul. Hold on to your praise.

Dressing for Success


Before you say a single word to the interviewer, you have already made an impression based on how you’re dressed. The guidelines given here are commonly accepted as appropriate for interviewing. Every company has a different dress code; how you dress at the job may have very little to do with how you dress for an interview.


  • Dress in a manner that is professionally appropriate to the position for which you are applying. In almost all cases, this means wearing a suit. It is rarely appropriate to “dress down” for an interview, regardless of company dress code policy. When in doubt, go conservative.
  • You should wear a suit to interviews. “Suit” means the works: a matching jacket and pants, dress shirt, tie, coordinating socks and dress shoes. A dark-colored suit with light colored shirt is your best option.
  • Clothing should be neat, clean, and pressed. If you don’t have an iron, either buy one or be prepared to visit the dry-cleaner’s often. Shower or bathe the morning of the interview. Wear deodorant. Don’t wear cologne or aftershave. You don’t want to smell overpowering or worse, cause an allergic reaction.


  • Generally, you should wear a suit with a skirt or pants.  When in doubt, be more conservative.
  • Interview suits should be simple and dark in color. Anything tight, bright, short, or sheer should absolutely be avoided. (Interviewers have been known to complain about the length of interviewees’ skirts; if you have any doubts, it’s probably too short.) Knee-length skirts are suggested. Very long skirts, while modest, are also considered too trendy for an interview.
  • Keep your jewelry and hair accessories to a minimum, and stick to those that are not flashy, distracting, or shiny. One ring per hand is best.

Remember we are suppose to govern all seven mountains of influence. We can’t do it if we don’t look the par. Step out on Faith and apply for “that” job, and when they call you for the interview remember these important steps above.

Biblical Entrepreneurs


Hey guys, I wanted to chat with you real quick about entrepreneurship. If you haven’t figured it out yet, I have been really pressed to discuss about the marketplace and how God’s folk should be in it – not just be in it but THRIVE in it!

Let’s  be real direct today and discuss a couple of biblical characters who were entrepreneurs.


We know from Genesis 13 that Abram was very wealthy in livestock, gold, and silver. By the time he had to rescue Lot in Genesis 14, he had over 300 trained men, presumably trained in the use of arms.

Beyond his wealth, Abram was an entrepreneur. The evidence for this is in Genesis 13, when Abram and Lot separate and Lot chooses to go to the fertile plain. This was an area favorably compared to the Garden of Eden. Presumably Abram got a less attractive, less fertile area, yet he continued to prosper. Lot’s material and spiritual condition both deteriorated due to his choice. He started out as wealthy as his uncle Abram, but ended up living in cave.

After getting the lesser land, Abraham’s wealth grew, as did his faith and walk with the Lord. By Genesis 21 Abraham was making treaties with kings and generals. Abraham had a faith and God-given vision of the future, and the perseverance to leave his home, obey, and see the task through.


Solomon was unique among Jewish kings, as he seems to be the only one to have seen and profited from the geographical advantage of his kingdom.

Ancient Israel was located on two great ancient trading routes, the King’s Highway and Way of the Sea (the Via Maris), in addition to several lesser routes. Solomon engaged in trade, and he appears to be the only Jewish king to fully exploit the advantages afforded by these routes.

The Bible tells us Solomon was extremely wealthy, but he had to create his fortune, as much of it did not exist before. Solomon generated wealth by bringing peace to the kingdom, which allowed him to use his resources for production, rather than protection. In addition, he encouraged trade and was the only Jewish king with a trading fleet.

Conversely, Solomon’s son, Rehoboam, had a chance to solidify Israel’s position in the world. Instead, he chose poor advisers and made poor decisions. The kingdom essentially split over tax policy and forced labor . A wiser, more entrepreneurial man would have reduced these burdens and advanced the kingdom through other means, such as trade.

As you can see, the divine idea of entrepreneurship has been around since the beginning of time. What are you waiting on? Start your business, write your book, pitch your idea today!

Read more on Biblical Entrepreneurs Here.

The Power of Social Media


Hello guys I wanted to talk to you about the power of social media. It has been the death or life of many people. One tweet, post, send, update can change you life forever. Specifically when it comes to people considering you for employment, giving you a raise, obtaining a client, or signing a new contract etc.

Let me ask you this? What does your social media say about you? Does it say you are a well put together astute individual or does it say that your life is full of drama and you have a hard time getting along with people? Well you should know that the answer to that question can be the difference between someone hiring you or someone firing you. Social media has literally became the new resume.

Here are some tips to remember while using your social media.

Get a Professional Profile Picture. No matter what social network platform you are on, choosing the right profile picture is like choosing the appropriate attire for a formal affair. It’s typically the first thing people will see. If you don’t have a professional photo (not a selfie) then you are not really ready for the marketplace anyway. You should make it your priority PRIORITY to get professionally photos ASAP.

Diversify your post. Don’t just put up post of what your child wears when they go to school everyday or of your favorite basketball sport and/or team. You should post about an array of topics that interest you (be organic with it – if it doesn’t interest you don’t talk about it for show.) For example, one business post, one personal post, one political post a day. This shows that you have depth as an individual and not just a one trick pony.

Accumulate Yourself on all Platforms. I know you have a favorite social media platform, but the reality is #AllSocialNetworkPlatformsMatter. Your next client, gig, supervisor, million dollar contract could be on the platform you don’t prefer.

Social media is relevant and important in our culture, you can’t get around it. Put your best foot forward and I wish you all the best!