faith that worksToday is a beautiful late summer day in the south. I wasn’t born or raised here in North Carolina, however it has been my home for the last twenty-five years, and probably many more. 

Waking to a normal Sunday morning routine is part of who I am; but I know everyone is not like me. We are each created unique, special, and valuable. I am not any better, more deserving, or above anyone else on this planet.

I am honored to meet and make friends and business associates with those who do not look, think, believe, or act like me!  In our business I am in many different arenas and industries and have found transparency is the key to help meet the needs of others in handling change in their lives without being seen as having a hidden agenda. 

Our business world today is a lot different than any of us have experienced before. Is there a way to preserve the faith we believe in and not be seen as a religious fanatic seeking to change others to what we believe and live?  

I am humbled to have had the opportunity to be mentored and trained by wise people like Zig Ziglar, John Maxwell, and Stephen Covey. Each of these men had different backgrounds and faith, but they all had one common theme that made their words and ways wise for everyone.

They learned and shared you have to “earn the right to be heard.” That means listening is more important than speaking, and living a life based on principals we all understand is key to having true faith in your life.

Faith plays a great part in my business, but I have found this to be so true:  “Your belief determines your action and your action determines your results, but first you have to believe.” Mark Victor Hansen 

What do you believe? 

“Simply” Sue