by Donna L Quesinberry
National Writing Examiner
The National Writing Examiner introduces Mr. Bryan Thomas's Make A Life - Training Work Book series. Designed to help you examine, analyze and change any area of your life that you desire to improve - Mr. Thomas's book helps empower you to rethink your life and to make choices today that will change your future forever.
Are you reaching your full potential? Who would want to live life without passionately pursuing their potential?
Do you have a life mission? Do you realize that if you are not living by purpose, you are living by accident?
Do you have a life strategy – clear understanding of who and where you are and where you want to go, with goals and plans to help you get there? Who would want to live life without goals and a strategy?
Do you have a fully developed financial strategy with a legal will, full protection, savings, wealth building instruments, retirement and estate planning? How can anyone be successful without a financial strategy?
If you wake up every day, working hard “just trying to make it,” but aren’t even sure what “it” is. Then it’s time for a change, and this book is for you! If you want to make a living and make a life, then this Life Work-book is what you need to take home with you today!
Bryan Thomas has dedicated his life to empowering individuals to reach their full, God-given potential and grow into transformational leaders. He has served to develop many organizations world-wide to continually regenerate and grow to meet the rising challenges of a changing world. He has an MA in Sociology, Leadership and Organization Development and over 3 decades of international experience touching thousands of lives.
Bryan has communicated as key note speaker and trainer to over 300,000 people in 25 states and in 25 countries around the world, and has written much about life, leadership and organization development. He presently functions as an executive – life coach, organization development consultant, trainer and financial professional, and trains people in L-evate seminars: Make A Life, and Build A Life (for individuals and families) and Build it Better (for Leaders and Organizations).
He resides in Nashville, Tennessee with his wonderful wife, amazing daughters and their families.
- FAMILY MATTERS - Every day in our lives, many of us go out to work hard because we love our families and family matters. They matter so much to us that we would give our time and energy to take good care of them. Yet, we live our lives with such inconsistency.
- Leverage Eveything to Build Your Life - How were the ancient Egyptians able to build such impressive pyramids without the use of modern machinery? The answer is LEVERAGE! Why are some people able to build so much in life with so little, while others can not?
- L-evate Life Law of Clarity - It’s been a few days since I’ve written due to being on the road again. As we look at developing a financial plan for our lives, let’s remember one important principle – we are exactly where we are because of decisions we have made. No one else is to blame but us.
- Insist on Having the Last Word - How many times in life have you tried to get in the last word, but couldn’t? It amazes me that the one chance we all have to get in the last word, we don’t. How many times have you insisted on getting in the last word, but afterwards wished that you hadn’t?
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This day in history: On this day in 1862, Oxford mathematician Charles Lutwidge Dodgson sends a handwritten manuscript called Alice's Adventures Under Ground to 10-year-old Alice Liddell. The 30-year-old Dodgson, better known by his nom de plume Lewis Carroll, made up the story one day on a picnic with young Alice and her two sisters, the children of one of Dodgson's colleagues. Dodgson, the son of a country parson, had been brilliant at both mathematics and wordplay since childhood, when he enjoyed making up games. However, he suffered from a severe stammer, except when he spoke with children. He had many young friends who enjoyed his fantastic stories: The Liddell children thought his tale of a girl who falls down a rabbit hole was one of his best efforts, and Alice insisted he write it down.
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