Saturday, November 30, 2013


Underestimating People


Keep people in your life who you no are going somewhere in life. These are people who will give you that drive to want to do better. Keeping the wrong crowd in your life will be a set back for you.Always remember that you want the best of all worlds.

Go For It

Dont allow anyone to tell you you can do anything. You can do whatever you set your mind to. Whatever you want out of life try it. The only way you no if you can do it is if you try. Its ok if you fail the first time just keep trying until you get it. At least you can say that you tryed.

What are you Thankful for

Alot of people forget to say what they are thankful for. Me myself I am thankful for God allowing me to see another year. I am thankful for my precious kids and my entire family.

your story

Dont be afraid to tell your story. Alot of people only want to tell people about the good going on in there life but they dont realize people relate to the bad or whats going wrong in your life. Tell it all not just partial pieces. You will get more results. Just by telling your life story it may help someone elses life.

Sunday, November 24, 2013

Holiday Banners I Created

Holiday Banners And Personalized Holiday Cards to be sent to your family and close friends. Customized especially for you

My Work At its Best

In need of some items for your business inbox me for details I do it all Book Covers, Flyers, Banners for your social Media sites, Invitations,

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Kidnapped Girl Found

God is Good

Being Scammed at stores

WOW! i DID NOT know this... I will have to check from now on tho for sure! THIS IS A MUST READ ** SHARE** it so all your friends and family are aware of scam !! PAY ATTENTION TO YOUR RECEIPTS - THIS IS IMPORTANT AS YOU START YOUR SHOPPING FOR THE CHRISTMAS SEASON CHECK YOUR RECEIPTS BEFORE LEAVING ANY CASHIER'S STATION!!!!! THIS SCAM CAN BE DONE ANYWHERE, AT ANY RETAIL OR WHOLESALE LOCATION!!! It happened at a Wal-Mart Supercenter a month ago. I bought a bunch of stuff, over $150, & I glanced at my receipt as the cashier was handing me the bags. I saw a cash-back of $40. I told her I didn't request a cash back & to delete it. She said I'd have to take the $40 because she couldn't delete it. I told her to call a supervisor. Supervisor came & said I'd have to take it! I said NO! Taking the $40 would be a cash advance against my Discover & I wasn't paying interest on the cash advance!!!!! If they couldn't delete it then they would have to delete the whole order. So the supervisor had the cashier delete the whole order & rescan everything! The second time I looked at the electronic tab before I signed & a cash-back of $20 popped up. At that point I told the cashier & she deleted it. The total came out right. the cashier agreed that the electronic pad must be defective. (yeah, right!) Obviously the cashier knew the electronic pad wasn't defective because she NEVER offered me the $40 at the beginning. Can you imagine how many people went through before me & at the end of her shift how much money she pocketed? Just to alert everyone. My coworker went to Milford , DE Wal-Mart last week. She had her items rung up by the cashier. The cashier hurried her along and didn't give her a receipt. She asked the cashier for a receipt and the cashier was annoyed and gave it to her. My coworker didn't look at her receipt until later that night. The receipt showed that she asked for $20 cash back. SHE DID NOT ASK FOR CASH BACK! My coworker called Wal-Mart who investigated but could not see the cashier pocket the money. She then called her niece who works for the bank and her niece told her This is a new scam. The cashier will key in that you asked for cash back and then hand it to her friend who is the next person in line. Please, please, please check your receipts right away when using credit or debit cards! This is NOT limited to Wal-Mart, although they are the largest retailer so they have the most incidents. I am adding to this.... My husband and I were in Wal-Mart North Salisbury and paying with a credit card. When my husband went to sign the credit card signer, he just happened to notice there was a $20 cash back added. He told the cashier that he did not ask nor want cash back and she said this machine has been messing up and she canceled it. We didn't think anything of it until we read this email. I wonder how many "seniors" have been, or will be, "stung" by this one???? BEFORE LEAVING THE CASHIER'S STATION!!!!! CHECK YOUR RECEIPT BEFORE LEAVING THE STAND. I'VE SEEN PEOPLE DO JUST THAT. NOW I'LL START! PASS THIS ON TO YOUR FRIENDS, KIDS, LOVED ONES ~~ SHARE IT to SAVE IT ~~ FOLLOW ME or send me a FRIEND REQUEST! Join this group for help on your journey to weight loss, recipes, health tips, friendship, DIY projects and a few laughs! More

Self Image

Before I really understood what "self image" was all about, I struggled for years with terrible self-esteem -- and now, when I hear from others that they struggle with their own image, I'm humbled when they ask me for advice...but I'm not always sure what to say, even though I have been there. It's all about #perspective, and it really has to come from within.What truly matters is how you view yourself! You're the one who has to face you every morning before you start your day, and you're the one who has to answer to you every night before you go to sleep.And the best part is, the only opinion of you that ultimately matters is also the only one you can change, anyway: your own.

Saturday, November 9, 2013

The Most Important Lesson In Life

Some people have it all. They’re talented, motivated, and know exactly what they want out of life. These folks want success so badly they can taste it, and their behavior reflects that drive. And yet, even though they have so much promise and so much to give, this fairy tale doesn’t always have a happy ending.I’m sure you know people who fit the bill. Every step they take is measured against how they’ll benefit personally; everything they do has a quid pro quo; and every conversation they have is steered to their favorite topic themselves.You can rest assured that when they call, it’s because they want something from you; they use people as pawns to get what they want; they feel no compunction about being the first to take, then leaving the scraps for everyone else; they bully others to get more for themselves. Sharing? Giving? Playing fair? Not even on their radar.In the short term, their charisma, talent, and drive earn them BIG kudos. Long term, they’re disastrous. Their confidence is perceived as arrogance; their go-getter personality comes across as pushy; and their ambition is viewed as uncontrollable. The result is that their ruthless behavior causes them to forfeit the things they want most in life.Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be this way.One of the most important lessons I’ve learned is that people who care about the needs of others and give of themselves go much further in life. “Are you kidding?” may be what you’re thinking. “That’s the most important lesson?”Yes. Some people may believe that this philosophy is simplistic, naive, sappy, pie-in-the-sky, while others consider that it’s only a nicety. You may be thinking, “While that sounds great in theory, it doesn’t work in the real world.” The assumption people make is that you have to be ruthless to win. I’m here to tell you they’re dead wrong.

Our Challenges

We all face challenges, but it’s not the size of the problem that’s important. It’s our perception of that problem; it’s how big or small we make it in our minds. Don’t make your problems bigger. Learn instead to make God bigger.

How To Make Networking Work

To be part of a successful network, it’s important to follow a few basic rules.
  • Don’t wait until you desperately need a network to begin developing one (for example, looking for a new job). Networks are based on trust, respect, and personal chemistry — that doesn’t happen overnight.
  • Join a social network or an industry or professional association to add structure to your professional relationships while expanding your network.
  • Know your personal strengths and the strengths of each member of your network. This information will come in very handy in helping others. (For example, who understands technology? Who knows something about buying a car? Who knows the inside scoop about applying to college? Who knows the most about New York City nightlife? Who has friends in high places? Who can comment on a resume? Who can advise on interviewing skills?) This will enable you to identify the best person in your network to help a friend.
  • If you join a group (such as a trade association), get involved rather than sitting on the sidelines. You receive only as much as you are willing to give.
  • Group get-togethers are not substitutes for one-on-one meetings. Large gatherings tend to have “fixed agendas,” making it difficult for members to open up personally. Furthermore, a few members may dominate discussions in large groups.
  • Networks expand and contract. Keep in touch with members of your network on a regular basis or you’ll drift apart. (Birthday and holiday greetings, or congratulatory notes, require only a few minutes of your time and will be remembered.)
  • Networking offers unbelievable potential. For example, in today’s tough job market, what do you think would be more effective — blindly responding to available positions by sending out hundreds of resumes or getting an informal introduction from a colleague in your network? Take the time to nurture your network. It can change your life!

From Not Working To Networking

Need some personal advice? Looking to make some new connections? Perhaps you should try networking. But consider networking only if you are prepared to help others first. Otherwise, your efforts will fall short.Unfortunately, some take the position that “doing everything” is better than “doing less.” They treat networking like a game of bumper cars in which progress is measured by the number of people that they run into rather than the quality of the underlying relationships created. Simply put, handing out more business cards at a meeting or adding more friends to Facebook or Linkedin is “notworking.”Others treat networking like a personal marketing campaign dedicated to spreading the word about themselves and their needs, while ignoring the needs of their peers. This “me-first thinking” not only will not work but is actually counterproductive.Still other people join affinity groups merely for personal gain, but it doesn’t take long for people to learn that these folks are not givers, but takers. These “notworkers” don’t understand the importance of building long-lasting relationships; instead, they’ll reach out to others only when they need something. And then they’re surprised when their requests produce little.Successful networking occurs when people come together based on mutual respect and common interests, then voluntarily provide support for others with no strings attached. They believe that by helping others, they’ll eventually end up helping themselves.

The Decision Is Yours

It’s so easy to get caught up in the day-to-day minutiae that we quickly lose sight of the big picture. Many who report having paused long enough to reflect on where they’ve been have concluded that they’ve squandered much of their precious time on earth.Even those who have secured enviable positions of power and material wealth admit that their decisions to follow these paths have come with real costs  in relationships and precious moments that can’t be replaced. This doesn’t have to be you.The path that you choose is your decision and yours alone. The only correct answer is the one that feels best for you. As George Eliot once said, “It is never too late to be what you might have been.” The key is to establish goals that matter most to you and your loved ones, align your priorities around these goals, and then pursue them, while taking time to enjoy your life and remain true to yourself and to those who love you.Your goal shouldn’t be cramming as much stuff as possible into your life. You’d think we’d have learned something from watching a hamster run around on its exercise wheel. Success and happiness are achieved by spending time and attention in areas that really matter to you. No matter how old you are, you still have time to change course. As Alan Lakein once said, “Time = Life, Therefore, waste your time and waste your life, or master your time and master your life.” Are you spending your precious time in the areas that matter most to you? It’s your choice.

Theres No Dress Rehearsal In Life

“She called me a bad name.” “He took my toy.” “She didn’t like my dress.” “I had it first.” Ah yes, the thrill of being young again.
Remember how important these things seemed when we were young? In retrospect, they now seem so trivial.
Of course, as we get older and wiser, we focus on important things, like showing our friends how successful we’ve become, outflanking others to get a promotion, keeping up with the Joneses, and ensuring that we look young — forever. You’d think we’d have learned something from our kindergarten days, wouldn’t you?
The truth is, we’re often so busy running on our treadmill to nowhere that we can lose focus on the things that really matter in life. Before we know it, the seconds have become minutes, the days have become weeks, and the months have become years. And when we finally take time to catch our breath, we look back in retrospect and think, “Where did all the time go?”
It’s so easy to be blinded by ambition, power, and success that many folks miss out on the simple pleasures of life. For example, did your children’s birthday parties, Little League games, or dance recitals make your priority list? Were you available to counsel your friend in need? Did you make the time to help your kids with their homework, to attend back-to-school nights, or to put down your newspaper/telephone/iPad when your family wanted to tell you about their day? Or was something else more important to you at the time?
Now, I know that you lead a hectic life and that you’re getting pulled in a million different directions. The truth is, it’s not that you don’t have enough time to devote to things that matter to you — but rather, the time needed was spent doing something else.
It goes without saying that every time you decide to focus on one thing in your life, you’ve also decided not to spend that time on something else.
Unfortunately, once opportunities are lost, they’re often lost forever — life doesn’t come with a dress rehearsal. So, if you think you may regret the path you’re on, it may be time to change course.

Expectations Is The Key

A good precept to follow is to underpromise but overdeliver. Always try to do just a little more than the client expects. This can best be accomplished if you understand how expectations are created. Sometimes they are based on hearsay; for example, a client may get a rave review about you or your organization from friends. Expectations can also be based on advertising claims or on a prior experience: “Vendors have always provided me with terrific service.” Other times they are the result of personal expectations.
Once you understand how expectations are created, you can manage them:
  • Carefully examine the situation for all possible problems before making promises about timing, costs, product performance, or service.
  • When marketing intangibles, fully describe your end product so clients know what they will receive (and can avoid surprises).
  • If clients request changes that translate into additional costs, be sure to spell them out as they are incurred to minimize the shock when the bill arrives.
  • Explain tactfully that delays in receiving approval may translate into delays in the final delivery.
  • When you know of delays or problems, don’t wait till they compound; bring problems to the client’s attention at the earliest possible moment.
  • Be conservative in your estimates rather than promising the world and falling short on your promises.
  • Don’t be afraid to be human––to say that you can’t deliver when it’s not possible.

Friends For Life

Are you a good friend? Let’s look at some of the telltale signs. A true friend takes action before a request is made; she volunteers to be the designated driver on New Year’s Eve; he helps himself to a beer rather than wanting to be “waited on”; she doesn’t take the picture because she’s expected to be included in the family photo; he doesn’t leave the party with the crowd but instead, stays to clean up the mess; she hears what you said, but also hears what you didn’t say; when he is awakened by your call, he still says he’s so glad to hear from you; she throws you a celebration party even though you beat her out for the promotion; he knows it’s only an argument and not the end of the friendship; she loses more sleep over your problems than over her own; he knows you’d give him the shirt off your back, although he’d never ask; she gives you the bigger piece of cake, even if it’s chocolate.
Being a friend involves so much more than doing a favor for someone or having an occasional chat on social media. It means more than sharing a sandwich or an occasional smile. Friends are people who share one another’s dreams, open their hearts, and complete one another’s life. As Muhammad Ali once said, “Friendship . . . is not something you learn in school. But if you haven’t learned the meaning of friendship, you really haven’t learned anything.”

Stages Of Friendship

There are several different stages of a friendship — beginning with casual acquaintance, then meaningful relationship, and finally, lasting friendship. While social media helps us keep in touch with our casual acquaintances, meaningful relationships require something more, while lasting friendships demand still greater personal commitment.

There More To Friendship

When I was young, my friend let me borrow the red crayon from his new box. So I let him ride my bike. When we got older, my friend defended me in a snowball fight and sat with me at lunch so I wouldn’t have to eat alone. Years later, when we were in high school, and I had forgotten my book, my friend “saved my life” by lending me her book so I could do my homework. What would I do without true friends?
Your definition of friendship may change during your lifetime, but its value won’t. True friends have fun together, even when they’re doing nothing special. They communicate without talking and seem close despite living miles apart. True friends take time to listen to your problem when you’re having a terrible day and help you find the sun on a stormy day. True friends are a source of honest feedback and continuous support. They watch your back, preserve your innermost secrets, and lend you a shoulder when things go south — they even know when you need your space.
True friends tell you the truth — even when it hurts — and they put up with you when you’re in a miserable mood. Since true friends know you better than you do, they know when you can, even when you think you can’t. And although they’ll help make you a better person, true friends won’t keep score. You can always be yourself around your true friends. They accept you for who you are rather than for who they want you to be. And, that’s because a true friend cares about your happiness and loves you unconditionally. As Elbert Hubbard said, “A friend is one who knows you and loves you just the same.”


What Causes Business Relationships To Fail

There isn’t a single set of rules to achieve success, but there are certain behaviors that should be avoided. For example, partnerships cannot succeed if a partner is kept in the dark and is unaware of key events. Partnerships also cannot succeed when one partner attempts to gain the upper hand or has selfish motives. Furthermore, partnerships cannot succeed if they involve scapegoating; everyone should have a vested interest in the venture’s success.
Relationships fail for many reasons; some important ones are:

Win Win Business Relationships

Formal contracts don’t make successful relationships, people do. It requires a willingness to create a foundation on which trust , loyalty, and commitment can be built. Remember, every relationship is unique and must be treated as special. The basic rule is that you get what you put into the relationship. A partnership is successful to the degree that it’s win-win for everyone. It replaces the traditional “us versus them” mentality with a new “us” that enables everyone to grow and to reach their full potential.
People who are good at building successful alliances work very hard to structure win-win relationships. A partnership succeeds in the long run when both organizations work for their common good rather than each trying to gain the upper hand. When partners spend all their time trying to outnegotiate each other, the result is that everybody loses. Moreover, one of the organizations is likely to come out noticeably ahead, leading to jealousy and resentment. In win-win relationships, everyone does their utmost to understand their partner’s needs and to satisfy them.
In the past, conventional wisdom said that multiple vendors increased competition and enhanced performance; that playing one supplier against another was good business. The goal was to win at all costs. Today, however, the trend is quite the opposite. Experience has demonstrated that the only way to build lasting relationships is to begin with honorable intentions, make a commitment, and invest the time and effort with a select few.

Promoting Beliefs and Values

Because beliefs and values form the heart of an organization’s culture, great leaders never miss an opportunity to reinforce them. They know that once internalized, these beliefs and values affect the norms that influence day-to-day actions, determine what’s important, reinforce appropriate behavior, and change attitudes.
If these norms are to be institutionalized, management must support them by clear and visible actions. Therefore, management must live these values in their heads and their hearts. Otherwise, they may be inconsistent in applying them, or worse, fail to promote them in times of stress. If commitment is perceived as rhetoric without substance, the effort will fail.

Is It Worth The Gamble

People place small bets every day –– such as running out to an appointment at the last minute or leaving home without an umbrella. Even though the consequences are small, you’re still rolling the dice –– sometimes you’ll win, other times you’ll lose. The danger is that after you get a few small wins under your belt, you’ll develop a false sense of security and feel you can double down. It’s very easy to convince yourself that you’re unbeatable. And, like a gambler, your bets get bigger and bigger…until you lose.
Did you ever stop and think of the effect that risk taking is having on your life? For example, is the stress having an impact on your health? Are you losing needed sleep worrying about the future? Does your life feel like an emotional roller coaster?
Think of the consequences of your actions: What if the BIG bet doesn’t go your way? How would the loss change your life? What would the loss mean to your family? What impact would the loss have on the relationships that you hold dear? Will you ever be able to recover from it?
So remind me again…why are you risking it all? Is it the thrill and the adrenaline rush? Are you trying to impress your friends? Does it make you feel that much better to have one more toy than your neighbor has?
Living on the edge isn’t the “be-all and end-all.” It doesn’t take a brain surgeon to realize that there are no guarantees in life — which means that playing the odds through excessive risk taking is like playing with fire. Unfortunately, when you get burned, there may be serious consequences. As author Ray Bradbury once said, “Living at risk is jumping off the cliff and building your wings on the way down.”
The key, then, is to take calculated risks, and only place bets on things that you’re willing to lose. As the saying goes, “Take risks: If you win, you will be happy; if you lose, you will be wise.” Make sense? You bet.

Putting all Your Eggs In 1 Basket

If you place all your eggs in one basket, any fall will be a messy one. This truism applies, for example, in cases where one client represents too great a percentage of your company’s sales, where most of your money is concentrated in a handful of investments, or even where all your attention is devoted to a single job opportunity at the expense of other promising situations. The fact is, even if everything looks rosy today, nothing in the world is a sure bet. Diversification protects you against downside risk.

Taking Care Of Business

 How many times do people receive advice to drop five pounds, stop smoking, exercise thirty minutes each day, or lay off the fried foods? Sometimes this advice is suggested as a preventive measure. Other times, it’s given to someone rehabilitating from a serious illness. Why take the chance? If you don’t listen to the experts’ advice, there may be more hire consequences down the road. Don’t wait till it’s too late to heed the warning. Take care of business (it’s your life) and be around to enjoy the payoff.

Living Life On The Edge

If you are NOT living life on the edge then you are taking up to much space!!! Some people live life on the edge every day and love every minute of it. They get a rush by taking on seemingly insurmountable challenges and beating the odds, while others roll the dice with their finances, pursuing an insatiable, shark-like hunger for material wealth. Still others place bets on their personal invincibility by ignoring health warnings linked to their own bad habits. If this sounds like your modus operandi, any way you look at it, you may be betting your life as you know it.
Engaging in risky behavior is no different from gambling. Whether you bet the ranch on a get-rich-quick scheme, buy too much stuff on credit, or ignore your doctor’s warnings –– the result is the same –– a willingness to risk it all.

Friday, November 8, 2013

Something fo the ladies questions and answers

Outside of blowing your back out and sweating out your curls in bed, ladies, what can your lover do for you that makes you feel sexy? In my case, I love for my man to wash my hair. I find that to be extremely sensual.

Washington State Passed 2 new Laws


For those who haven't heard, Washington State just passed...

both laws - legalized gay marriage and legalized marijuana.

The fact that gay marriage and marijuana were legalized

on the same day makes perfect biblical sense,

because Leviticus 20:13 says:

"If a man lies with another man they should be stoned."

We just hadn't interpreted it correctly before.

A Good Night Prayer

Father, many times Scripture that speaks of waiting on You is followed by the directive of being courageous. Indeed it does take courage for me to trust You and not take matters into my own hands since that comes so naturally to my way of thinking and doing things. But as a loving, protecting and omnipotent Father You tenderly care for me as I commit my concerns to You. My unbelief and impatience leads to fearsome worry and unwise behavior. Getting ahead of Your divine plan and perfect timing only leads to more frustration and difficulty. Help me to remember that waiting coupled with prayer brings about growing courage and dependence on You rather than myself. In Jesus' name we pray. Amen.


God is undeniably amazing, He creates us with such gift's, such purpose, we humanly bound unable to begin to understand, often feel unworthy, Unable, incapable, yet.. believers. Believe this! our time is limited, confined to matters we do not control, we are temporary and expendable- yet purposeful! Claim such a virtue, such a privilege, and stand up to deceit, to lies, and confusion, and hold on to what is undeniably true! we as children of God, are special, by God chosen, given talents from above, needed by this world to finally see what we believe, We are merely instruments of faith, love, grace, and mercy. Let us believe, He is within us, and hunger for everyone to know it, after that, all we have to do is eat.

Gods Wil

Just because something is for you in one season it doesn't mean it is for you in the next... Knowing when to shift is soooo important!!!! You don’t have to live in bondage to anything any longer! God’s arm of deliverance is outstretched toward you. He is setting you free from every bondage so that you can live the life of victory He has in store for you!

My Book Cover

Thus is how I no that you can do what you set your mind to. I have been designing banners for social media sites, Logos, Invitations and I tried for the first time at a book cover to see if I could do it and for a first timer on this I think I did an OK job I no it could be better but Practice makes perfect thats the only way you are going to learn. I am going to keep at it to get to be the perfectionist that I no I can be


You have to start somewhere. Stop procrastinating and Just Do It like the Nike Quote

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Your Will

This is how you focus and go after your dreams...are you willing to do whatever is necessary by any means necessary?

An Experience

Happiness cannot be traveled to, owned, earned, or worn. It is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace & gratitude.

No selling

I never know how people are really doing in their business... Some people are just looking for hope, and they are looking for something that works, and tired of the "sell, sell, sell stuff" that we all have to deal with. How would you like to NOT sell anything, give it away for FREE and earn money by doing so?

Our Government

People are losing jobs every day. Social Security will run out. Our expenses NEVER run out or quit coming. If you haven't started planning for your future the time is NOW. Time waits for no one. Let me show you how to earn money giving away our FREE product and teach people to save money on the things they buy each and everyday.

Making Money

Success take focus and effort not mediocre effort but 100% focused effort it has to become an integral part of your life having desire and focus. Don’t give up on success it hasn’t given up on you!.One of the biggest issues facing most people in network marketing is where and how to find good quality people...prospects who not only have an interest in our business, but who also have the capacity to do it.The money is out there. Just reach out and grab it! You must distance yourself from reality in order to imagine a glorious future. In the realm of ideas everything depends on enthusiasm... in the real world all rests on perseverance.
Every person has some passion in life. Passion for any thing is very important. With out passion nothing is their in any ones life. My passion is to make lots of money and i am very much devoted to my passion.


A Dream

Your Life

If the people in your life are not helping to make you a better person then you dont need them in it. You only need people in your life who are about the same things you are. As far as business oriented and about making money to survive.

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Your Teacher

Don't be afraid to make a mistake it helps in your progress. The only way you learn like the photo says. Mistakes is how you learn what not to do the next time.

Know Yourself

Being Empowered is the best way to be. Look in your mirror and tell me who you see? Do you see an Empowered person? I do you are Invincible to I no I am. I'm going til I can't go no more and so should you. Empowered people Rock!!!!!!!!!!!

A better look at life

What is it that you want out of Life? You have to think outside the box and stop letting things and people stop you from getting what you deserve yeah I said it deserve. You have to push yourself to the limit and don't turn back keep pushing. Sometimes change is for the better not the worse. Look at life and see where it will take you

Putting in work

It speaks for itself you can't expect anything to happen for you if your not doing the work. The more work you do the more results you would get. Work Work Work to get the results you are looking for