Daniella Whyte

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Past Influence (Live. Pray. Hustle. 10/17/16)

Past Influence (Live. Pray. Hustle. 10/17/16) (Right-click to download)

Past Influence (Live. Pray. Hustle. 10/17/16)
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We cannot change the past but we can choose how the past influences us today.


Create Your Environment (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 186)

Create Your Environment

“Why should we think upon things that are lovely? Because thinking determines life. It is a common habit to blame life upon the environment. Environment modifies life but does not govern life. The soul is stronger than its surroundings.”
— William James

It has been said that we are our environment. Naturally, we become like the people we are around. “Show me your friends and I will show you your future” is a popular quote. We tend to think, believe, and act in the manner our surroundings dictate to us. Our environment has the power to influence us for good or for ill.  Read more…

What Direction Are You Going? (365 Days of Daring Faith – DAY 149)

What Direction Are You Going

Luke 5:11 (NLT)
And as soon as they landed, they left everything and followed Jesus.

No matter who we are or where we go, two things are certain. One, we will be influenced by others for good or ill. Two, we will have the opportunity to influence others in the same two ways. The direction you choose to go in or you choose to follow someone else in will largely determine the outcome of your life. Read more…

3 Possible Signs You’re Moving Forward (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 130)

3 Possible Signs You’re Moving Forward

“The most important thing is to try and inspire people so that they can be great in whatever they want to do.”
— Kobe Bryant

Commitment determines whether or not we will succeed. Success in anything can only be experience by persistence. To push forward, prevail, and be victorious is the stuff life is made of. One cannot expect to move forward in any capacity without first going through moments of struggle. Almost, but not quite, is never good enough. Many people with the best intentions start, but very few people finish.  Read more…

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