Finding Financial Freedom

Eric Thomas has a doctorate in education from Michigan State University.  He teaches you how to find financial freedom by inspiring you with words of wisdom.  He is also a Christian.  He talks about the benefit of creating significant value below (enjoy, learn and grow):

 

Dr. Monroe attempted to make Christians think at a higher level applying God’s words to our lives. I was not really a fan when he was alive, but I appreciate what he had to say.  I am putting his words that represent who this man was here on my site in memory of the good he taught below:

Focus on discovering the purpose for your life: why Yahweh created you.  Discover your gifts and refine them, develop them, and practice them.

Then even begin to serve them freely to your community. Develop yourself and in a short time you will discover that people will begin to pursue you.  When you develop and manifest your gifts like a tree that produces fruit, you won’t need to look for followers. They will find you.

Trees never bring their fruit to you; you are attracted to the tree states  Dr.  Myles  Monroe.

God said to him: “I asked you to believe me and you will be saved not them.”  Dr. Monroe then made a commitment to believe what God says.  

I believe I have the power to experience far beyond what I can ever ask, think or imagine.  

That’s when his pursuit of God began.

You judge success by God’s instructions for your life and how well along you are with the instructions he goes on to say.

People are so mediocre that to be a genius you just need to do a little extra.

Myles Munroe Quotes:

1. “Your job is your skill that they can fire you from at any time. But your work is your gift. No one can take that from you. – Myles Munroe

2. “The greatest tragedy in life is not death, but a life without a purpose.” – Myles Munroe

3. “When purpose is not known, abuse is inevitable.” – Myles Munroe

4. “Seeds of faith are always within us; sometimes it takes a crisis to nourish and encourage their growth.” – Myles Munroe

5. “Healthy relationships should always begin at the spiritual and intellectual levels: the levels
of purpose, motivation, interests, dreams, and personality.” – Myles Munroe

6. “Your purpose can be fulfilled only during the time you are given on earth to accomplish it.” – Myles Munroe

7. “Solid character will reflect itself in consistent behavior, while poor character will seek to
hide behind deceptive words and actions.” – Myles Munroe

8. “You must decide if you are going to rob the world or bless it with the rich, valuable, potent,
untapped resources locked away within you.” – Myles Munroe

9. “Being open to correction means making ourselves vulnerable, and many people are not willing to do that.” – Myles Munroe

10. “Friendship is not a gift, but is the result of hard work.” – Myles Munroe

11. “Leaders don’t seek followers. Followers are attracted to leaders.” – Myles Munroe

12. “A woman may be beautiful but have poor character. A man may be a business genius, making money left and right, but lack common courtesy, sensitivity, and compassion.” – Myles Munro

13. “…success is not a comparison of what we have done with what others have done.” – Myles Munroe

14. “We are a sum total of what we have learned from all who have taught us, both great and small.” – Myles Munroe

15. “Don’t ever make the mistake of telling God that you have nothing to offer. That simply is not true. God does not create any junk.” – Myles Munroe

16. “A person’s readiness to date is largely a matter of maturity and environment.” – Myles Munroe

17. “Desire is craving enough to sacrifice for” – Myles Munroe

18. “The picture that we have of ourselves — our self-concept — will always determine how we respond to life.” – Myles Munroe

19. “Your Job is where you get compensation for your activity. Your work is where you get fulfillment, because you love it so much.” – Myles Munroe

20. “Communication is the ability to ensure that people understand not only what you say but also what you mean. – Myles Munroe

21. “It is also the ability to listen to and understand others. Developing both of these aspects of communication takes a lot of time, patience, and hard work.” – Myles Munroe

22. “God never demands anything that He does not provide for. Whatever God commands us to do,
He equips us to do.” – Myles Munroe

23. “The best thing in life to do is not to regret and try to change what happened, but to interpret it properly, maxmize and use it to serve other people. That’s what I want to do with my past.” – Myles Munroe

24. “Submission is the willingness to give up our right to ourselves, to freely surrender our insistence on having our own way all the time.” – Myles Munroe

25. “The greatest act of leadership is mentoring. No matter how much you may learn, achieve, accumulate, or accomplish, if it all dies with you, then you are a generational failure.” – Myles Munroe

26. “Humility is simply believing and accepting what God says about us, and God says that we are anything but worthless.” – Myles Munroe

27. “The past is the past. Who or what we used to be doesn’t matter anymore. What matters is who and what we are now and who and what we can become in the future.” – Myles Munroe

28. “Don’t judge your success by the masses, and what they think of you. Judge yourself by what God told you to do.” – Myles Munroe

29. “Life outside your ideal environment will destroy your potential because a wrong environment always means death.” – Myles Munroe

30. “We should always keep our behaviour or performance separate from our sense of self-worth.” – Myles Munroe

31. “when we share our sorrow, our sorrow is halved, and when we share our joy, our joy is doubled.” – Myles Munroe

32. “Proverbs 25:28 says, “Like a city whose walls are broken down is a man who lacks self-control.” In other words, if we do not control our own lives from the inside, somebody else will control them from the outside.” – Myles Munroe

33. “No matter what type of leader you are or how widespread your influence, you face personal temptations, challenges, and stresses. And only a foundation of character will sustain you and your leadership.” – Myles Munroe

34. “We are not to be so concerned about who approves or disapproves of us, but remember that God’s approval is what counts. Those whom God approves are approved indeed.” – Myles Munroe

35. “when experience is your best teacher, then progress is imprisoned” – Myles Munroe

36. “Poor people talk about money all the time, rich people talk about things, wealthy people talk about ideas.” – Myles Munroe

37. “Instead of waiting for someone to give you a job, create your own work.” – Myles Munroe

38. “Change is inevitable. Change is also the principle of life. – Myles Munroe

39. “Ecclesiastes 3:1-2: ‘To everything there is a season, …A time for every purpose under heaven.’…If you’re having a bad time right now, it cannot last. If you cannot find a job right now – That is only a season. If your business is going in the wrong direction – it’s a seasonal slide.” – Myles Munroe

40. “Never make a permanent decision in a temporary problem.” – Myles Munroe

41. “We should not persue money. We should persue vision, we should persue purpose; for ourselves, for our country, and for our communities.” – Myles Munroe

42. “Leaders are persuing a passion toward a purpose that gives them a sense of destiny.” – Myles Munroe

43. “consult your experience, but never let it rule you.” – Myles Munroe

44. “When facing severe challenges, your mind is normally at its sharpest.” – Myles Munroe

45. “We shouldn’t persue things, we should persue ideas.” – Myles Munroe

46. “You job is what they trained you to do, your work is what you were born to do.” – Myles Munroe

47. “If you become valuable to the world, the world will pay you to be yourself.” – Myles Munroe

48. “(The story of David and Goliath) The giant is trained – experienced with a sword – so he expected an experienced swordsman to come and fight him. But here comes a little boy, with equipment he’s never seen before (A sling and rock). We need people like that in the 21st century.” – Myles Munroe

49. “The greatness of a man is measured by the way he treats the little man. Compassion for the weak is a sign of greatness.” – Myles Munroe

50. When you believe in your dream and your vision, then it begins to attract its own resources. No one was born to be a failure.” – Myles Munroe

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