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Let him that would move the world, first move himself.” ~ Socrates


Finding, establishing, and showcasing a unique identity is something that is surelyeasier said then done. We all want to find that perfect place to position our puzzle piece. The perfect location where we fit perfectly and reap all the benefits of proper alignment. The benefits of emotional and mental peace, financial gain, and world recognition.


We’re all looking to be the next big thing in our areas of knowledge and passion. Whether we’re selling products, services, or ourselves, we want to be known and sought after for that particular thing. If you’re like me, there’s a vast pool of self sought knowledge and self earned wisdom that you could offer from many different ways.


As the wise man has already stated, “Let him that would move the world, first move himself.” Whatever you are hoping to accomplish in this world must revolve around problem solving. In school, I despise problem solving! My mind says, “Just give me the equation and ask me to solve it!” This weakness of mine is even funnier when I tell you this. The other aspects of my life revolve around solving problems for others. I thrive on how to make life better for those dear to me and those I do not yet even know. It’s my purpose and make up(as long as math is not involved!LOL!)!


I’ve figured out a serious truth in all of this. If we make it our business to solve problems for others, we will be sought after. Being sought after means we’ll be known for our abilities, products, or services to make others complete in some way. So, also as Socrates has stated, “I cannot teach anybody anything; I can only make them think.” I’m here to encourage thoughts for you. As I’ve shouted from the rooftops in times past, every aspect of life is a process. These processes are fueled by our thought processes. If and when we are aware of this we can change the outcome of what we’re doing.


So, take a look at your family, your business, your ministry, or your organization. Ensure that you are in fact acting on the very problems that you believe you’ve been created to solve. This can be a little sticky to pinpoint but it’s worth the meditation to figure it out. You solve your own problems and then help others to solve theirs. There you go! You’re becoming the next big thing!


Ask yourself…~ What problem did the Creator create you to solve? ~ In there lies your wealth and success.


BE ENCOURAGED. BE EMPOWERED. BE HAPPY.


-- Nikki Cates Hayes

The Women Online Who Network Alliance

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