Daniella Whyte

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WORK IS GOOD (Live. Pray. Hustle. 05/24/17)

WORK IS GOOD (Live. Pray. Hustle. 05/24/17)
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We’ve heard it so many times. We even say it and think it ourselves. Blue Monday. Hump Wednesday. Thank God it’s Friday. The universal feel is that work is a curse (it is) and that time could be better spent doing other things. Really though, we would eventually get to a point where we begin looking for something constructive to do, something more fulfilling and more meaningful.

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The One Thing Productive People Have In Common (365 Days of Spirited Living — DAY 323)

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“You can, you should, and if you’re brave enough to start, you will.”
— Stephen King

What is the one thing that most productive people have in common?

Some would say that it is one’s talent, skill or ability. Others would tend to lean more towards knowledge, intelligence or wisdom. Still, other people may point to family background, environment, tact, wit, ambition, charisma, or a wide range of opportunities and possibilities. Read more…

Difficult and Beautiful Work (365 Days of Daring Faith — DAY 315)

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Genesis 2:15 (NLT)
The Lord God placed the man in the Garden of Eden to tend and watch over it.

Ask almost any person on any given day what they look forward to doing most and you will hear the reverberating answer of retirement. They will tell you that they long for the day when they don’t have to hit the clock or rush to an office five days a week. The idea of retirement and subsequent freedom from the prison bars of work is music to the ears of some. To do what they have been waiting their whole life to do is an exercise in elation. Read more…

3 Habits that Stop You from Achieving (365 Days of Spirited Living — DAY 303)

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“I feel that the greatest reward for doing is the opportunity to do more.”
— Jonas Salk

Each day, we dream about the things we want to achieve. One of the reasons we do this is because we have an innate desire to be useful at something and when we are not, we feel lost and insignificant. The simple fact is, what you do in your everyday life is either helping you in your journey or causing you to regress in some way. Until you take time to identify and evaluate your daily habits, you may continue to keep dreaming but still feel lost. Read more…

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