3 Crucial Things About Your Vision: So What Now That You Have it? [Part 2] The sweetness of the cake is in the eating it

T he new President of Kenya (of course this is his second term) was at some point a hapless baby, just a day old. At that point, who would have known what he would have become? And at that young age that he is right now, believe me all is not ending with him being President. There is just so much he can do. Think about it… Billy Graham was…

Read More >>

3 Crucial Things About Your Vision: So What Now That You Have it? [Part 1] The importance of clarity of vision

I think it is important to take some time and reflect (my favorite word) on the ancient Chinese Wisdom: “If you want to do something in a year, plant a seed, If you want to plan for a few years, plant a tree, If you want to plan for a lifetime, educate the young”. Time Obviously, the distinguishing factor about a seed, a tree and the young is time. Your…

Read More >>

Why Vision and Not Provision is our Greatest Resource The reason why Legacies are no longer built

Why is it that a large percentage of people do not save? Why is it that an even more alarming percentage of people (world-wide) do not read after they are through with school? Why is it that a great percentage of people have poor nutritional and health habits, and yet they want the best out of their lives? Lack of Vision I will tell you why. We do not have…

Read More >>

7 Ways To Cure a Broken Heart: Special Tribute to Kenyan Voters Of the two Main Groups, one numbering in millions shall be heart-broken. Sad fact

“Life doesn’t come with a money-back guarantee, and yet many of us live like it does. People are certain that they’ll keep their jobs. They’re certain of living a long, healthy life. Others might be certain that they’ll lose their jobs, or get sick and die young. Certainty comes in many forms, and it rarely corresponds to the truth”. ~ Kim George Prologue Dear Kenyan Voter. About 4 years ago,…

Read More >>

5 Ways to Get “Me Time” for ‘Overly Busy People’

“What is urgent is seldom important, and what is important is seldom urgent” Dwight Eisenhower, 34th President of the United States of America A few days back, I posted a question on social media that I would like to repeat here today: Do you think purpose in life is the direct reason for your endeavors in life today? The Test If you stopped to think and reflect about that question,…

Read More >>

6 Potent Ways to Maximize Potential How to be defiant of status quo

A re you ready for defiance? That word when uttered, whether by the opposition politicians or by a group of Jews going against all odds during the Holocaust, it elicits passion. The truth of the matter is that in politics, those who dared do a defiance, from countries all over the world, did it at some price. I remember in Kenya people like James Orengo, Reverend Timothy Njoya, Professor Kivutha…

Read More >>

Why We Need to Activate the Fear Factor in our Pursuit of Purpose Looks like life is a dare after all

 “Always remember, every record was designed to be broken” —Dr. Myles Munroe I f you are going to sit down waiting for a burning bush experience so that “God can give you your purpose”, chances are that you are going to wait for quite a long while coming. Now, I am not saying that God ceased creating burning bush experiences as he calls people for their assignments on earth. I…

Read More >>

The Greatest Ingredient For a Life of Legacy Honoring the unheralded big mentors of our times

Today, if I mention the name Donald Matheny not very many people who read Life Signatures will be familiar to that name. Yet that individual has impacted lives in the millions over nearly the past half of a century. You see, his Legacy might be unknown to many people (in comparison with the popular), but his DNA goes round around the world wherever the lives he has impacted go. I…

Read More >>

The Greatest Question That Daily Builds Your Legacy

In July 2017, there was an artiste in Kenya who released a beautiful single. I would not have noticed this had it not been for one “critic” boldly proclaiming that the song was pathetic. I was intrigued but grateful that this critic had the courtesy of giving us a link to the song. You should have seen how my heart was warmed by the powerful message in that song. I…

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Read More >>