This book is inspired by the daily struggles people face throughout life. The lessons provided in this informational and inspirational piece will encourage good habits while disposing bad ones. They will also offer a systematic approach to eliminating or smoothing out the rough edges that appear to cause blockages and other distractions hindering one’s success. Part one, Trinity of Life, explains the three most influential factors shaping one’s life: faith, family, and friends. Faith, family, and friends correlate to the brain, heart, and spine. Faith is like a brain because it affects one’s thought process and decision making. Family is like a spine because it provides the backbone support one may need to fall back on. Friendship is a like a heart because it pumps blood through the many vessels in life that keep one feeling youthful, fascinating, and fabulous!
Part two, Challenge of Change, gives a roadmap to success, while including the necessary changes one should make in order to build the foundation for success. Success can encompass many aspects of life, not just money. Success is simply a confirmation of order. Where there is no order, there is no success. Once one has made the appropriate adjustments to his or her attitude, career objectives, finances, acquaintances, and lifestyle; then success has been achieved. Consequently, the next time one says, “I’m good”, he or she will actually mean it.
In short, I'm a work of ART (Ability, Responsibility, & Tranquility). My goal is to Attract, Retain, and Teach an audience between the ages of 14 to about 50 and beyond the disciplines of life. I've been blessed with the gift of giving knowledge and creating peace within the souls of many who are starving for spiritual satisfaction. I'm no prophet, but I do believe that I am one of God's chosen spiritual leaders and sources of information on how to walk a straight path down a crooked road.
I commend anyone who works hard to provide for his or her family. You are committed to sacrificing your time, energy, and health for your loved ones. If you love to work hard and are built for it, then this message is not for you. Nevertheless, if you desire a less strenuous and stressful job for equal or more pay, then you should consider a career change. I admonish you that the transition is not going to be an easy one because you are already consuming most of your day with work. You may have to sacrifice some of your sleep time just to either seek employment elsewhere or advance your skills through training and/or education. Either can be accomplished with a solid plan and the same commitment and drive you take to work with you everyday. Try it. Your family and health are counting on it.
People who live to work do just that. They work from sun up to sun down. I am in no position to say what a person should or should not do, but me personally, I don’t think we were put on this earth just to work. If the work is sacrificial and temporary, meaning that it only lasts for a season (not atmospherically speaking) until you reach a certain milestone in your life, I can totally understand, especially if the money you are earning is worthwhile. Nonetheless, if you’ve nearly broken your back for 12 or more hours a day and still only brought home pennies, then you need to work smarter, not harder. You have to have some leverage. Is it not easier to build a house with two hands as opposed to just one? Can’t you solve a difficult math problem faster with a calculator? Time is money. That’s why how you manage it is so important. Whether you believe it or not, time is more valuable than money because once lost, you can never get it back. Unlike time, money can be replenished or regained.