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World Harvest Outreach Ministries
World Harvest Outreach MinistriesFriday, July 21st, 2017 at 4:34am
THE MAKING OF A LEADER:
Nothing good ever happens for people of the church or other leaders to be critical of the senior leader in front of other people or their especially there children.
What they are doing is simply destroying relationships that are necessary for success and confidence.
World Harvest Outreach Ministries
World Harvest Outreach MinistriesWednesday, July 19th, 2017 at 2:57am
THE MAKING OF A LEADER:
"Accomplishing More With Less"
- "Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence." - Helen Keller
When you believe, you achieve.
General Eisenhower once said, "No war was ever won by being negative."
World Harvest Outreach Ministries
World Harvest Outreach MinistriesMonday, July 17th, 2017 at 4:48pm
WINNER OR LOSER?
Your choice...
*Losers Assemble in Small Groups & Complain about their Leaders and other Members.

*Winners Assemble as a TEAM and Find Ways to Win.

*Winners are Warriors who Find Ways of CONQUEST!
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World Harvest Outreach MinistriesMonday, July 17th, 2017 at 3:08pm
THE MAKING OF A LEADER:
"Dream Big, Believe Big"
At 36 years of age Roger Federer has just won the 2017 Wimbledon Tennis tournament....for a record breaking 8th time!
I believe what he said after winning would be what all successful winners would say.
"I was just really a normal kid growing up in Basel, Sweden, hoping to make a career on the tennis tour. I guess I dreamed, I believed, and really hoped that could actually really do it, you know, to make it real. So I put in a lot of work, and it paid off."
YES INDEED, real leaders will DREAM BIG, BELIEVE BIG...and WORK to make it happen.
SUCCESS will breed success by disciples who follow. For example, Elisha following the very successful Elijah. True leaders who follow God with joy and full of His love will never underestimate what they can accomplish.
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World Harvest Outreach MinistriesMonday, July 17th, 2017 at 1:43pm
THE MAKING OF A LEADER:
Cont'd, "MOOD Swings"
Part 2. "Dealing With Mood Swings"

The first thing to remember when dealing with someone who has mood swings is that they are not likely to be enjoying it any more than you are. Though it may not seem that way, it is they who is the victim and not you. If you are the person experiencing the mood swings meanwhile then you are no doubt aware of this, but you could probably do with acknowledging the moods of others around you and think about how your moods are affecting them. Moods are contagious in a sense – in that your actions will very likely dictate the moods of others. If you can't prevent your own mood swings, then you can at least be sensitive to others and try to keep a relatively calm facade for their sake.
In most cases, someone who is having a mood swing will want either someone to listen to their troubles or they will want to be left alone. Bear in mind that if you want to lend a helpful ear and be that person to listen then this does mean listening. Offering solutions will often not be helpful (which is a more male approach to the situations) and often it will belittle the problem. Rather you should just reassure them, sympathize and remind them that they are strong and capable of getting through.
World Harvest Outreach Ministries
World Harvest Outreach MinistriesSaturday, July 15th, 2017 at 5:06pm
THE MAKING OF A LEADER:
Unfortunately some leaders must deal with...
"MOOD SWINGS", some causes are:
1) Hormone disorders can also cause mood swings. For instance HYPOTHYROIDISM which is a condition in which the thyroid gland doesn't produce enough hormones in order to encourage the body to burn fat and provide energy. This is a condition that is slightly more common in women than men.

2) STRESS is another large cause of mood swings and can affect moods in a number of severe ways and when we are stressed it will take a lot less in order for us to 'snap' or lose our temper and we will also be more prone to bouts of crying and [especially] depression.

Next time: "Dealing With MOOD Swings"