How can I experience more purpose at work?

No one can measure how much unexplored heights we might reach if we put the full power of our brain to work. With dependence on God, determination, boldness and positive expectancy, we can choose what we will do with our talents. Your potential is unlimited. Don’t place self-imposed limits. Strive toward His higher goals. Now, the test to experience more purpose at work and to find whether your mission on earth is finished – if you’re alive, it isn’t.  (Richard Bach).

So think about your progress as if you are not making the progress you’d like to make and are capable of making. It is simply because your goals are not clearly defined (Paul J. Meyers.)  Goals express confidence that you are the victor in a purposeful project rather than the victim of blind faith. (Dr. John Edmund Haggai).

You are who you are for a reason. You’re part of an intricate plan. You’re a precious and perfect and unique design, called God’s special woman or man. In discovering His design, you discover your purpose.

Make the difference. Stand out wherever you go. Be a lighthouse to the lost. Make it your burning desire.

Let me close with the goals setters’ prayer

Father in Heaven, I know that You created me with a specific purpose to accomplish Your mission on earth.

Help me to set my heart and eye upon a goal to glorify You.

Give me the wisdom, diligence and commitment to fulfil my goal.

Protect me from the snares of the Evil One, lest I be side-tracked from my goal.

In Jesus’ name I pray, Amen

 

Blessings from Mario Denton

 

About Mario Denton:

Mario Denton was born in 1955 in the province of Cape Town, South Africa and has a solid Christian praying and committed family background. He came to Christ when he was 16 years old. Dr Mario Denton is the study leader of 160 MBA research projects, published 9 books, two case studies, a chapter in book and published 5 international articles and delivering papers at 32 conferences world-wide. He is an international teacher, industrial psychologist, two counselling diplomas and two master’s degrees, (MEcon and MBA) and completed his PhD as well as DBA in Organizational Behavior and Business Administration. He has presented People Management practices 44 times consecutively to MBA students and trained more than 1000 of which 300 MBA students in Emotional Intelligence. Since 1 October 2007 also Africa Director for FCCI (The Fellowship for Companies for Christ International) and is also part of the Advisory Committee of Call42. If you need guidance for your business, advice or would like to attend one of his training courses, please contact him at marden@mweb.co.za. You can also contact the Call42 office info@call42.co.za or visit www.call42.co.za if you want to know more about how you can get more involved in the National Kingdom workplace movement.

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