1.1.15 Sermon

Happy New Year!
 
Here are a few more reflections from the book Jailhouse Strong that I think are inspiring and motivating. 
 
The author uses the idea of incarceration as a metaphor. Being behind bars isn’t always about physically being in jail. Often times our minds are shackled; strangled by self-limiting beliefs and bad habits. 
 
We are programmed and hijacked every second of the day by social pressures and media. The path of least resistance is paved with shortcuts, bad food, laziness, and a less-than-admireable approach to living life. 
 
Study successful people and you’ll find they are all very goal-driven, highly motivated, and emotionally charged. They embrace the belief that there are no limits to their success. Their forward thinking, outside-the-box ideas and visions define who they are. 
 
Successful people literally learn how to grow and are fearless when it comes to failure. They follow their dreams. When you follow your dreams you find the escape door leading out of your personal form of imprisonment. 
 
Attack the pig iron or do whatever it is that brings you bliss. Because when we find something we are emotionally charged about disciple and motivation naturally follow. 
 
The mind and body are a team, and if you want to be a champion or top producing business you can never forget that. If you consistently visualize success, you will consistently succeed. To become a winner you should practice the skill of thinking like one.

The mind and body are a team, and if you want to be a champion or top producing business you can never forget that. If you consistently visualize success, you will consistently succeed. To become a winner you should practice the skill of thinking like one.