May 28, 2012


by Rechell Williams (author's profile)




Opportunities will catch you by surprise, and if you're not alert and ready, you'll miss them. If you're a leader, you already possess the talent necessary to lead. But courage is what will establish you as a leader before others. The people we revere most, demonstrate courage—courage in the board room, courage on the battlefield, courage to defend the defenseless, or simply what nobody else thought possible.

You say, "But I don't have the money." Don't worry. Capital follows courage. What always precedes how. Don't be preceded by the numbers. God is not moved by spreadsheets and market conditions. He's moved by Faith.

Don't let how intimidate you. It's because how is so challenging that it provides you with great opportunity. If the pathway to success were well lit, it would already be crowded. If how wasn't a problem, someone else would have already figured it out. All progress begins with one question: "What needs to be done?" And somebody needs to be asking that question—why not you?

The future belongs to those who have the courage to ask that question and faith to hang on until they discover the answer.

Rechell Williams #V-69138
P.O. Box 5242
Corcoran, CA 93212


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