Words Are Seeds-Day 15

Reset Your Thinking Day 15 – Words Are Seeds

“Think twice before you speak, because your words and influence will plant the seed of either success or failure in the mind of another.” – Napoleon Hill
ResetReset Your Thinking! Seeds are powerful and have great potential for good or harm, depending on what is locked up in the seed.  Seeds have limited potential, but God’s have unlimited potential. That is why it is important we speak God’s words and not just our own.

We do not know how the seed grows but it does! God speaks in outcomes and then the processes are released to manifest that. We are to plant God’s outcomes in our heart and continue to water our faith in those outcomes by our confession of faith.

The growth process works the same towards the bad as well as the good. So many people have deeply rooted problems in their life because of wrong believing and wrong confession. They have believed a lie and have spoken in line with it so long that it is deeply rooted in their lives and bearing a lot of bad fruit! You can uproot these wrong plants by renouncing the lies and by beginning to sow good seeds and watering them. It will not happen overnight but it can start today. #ResetYourThinking #UpRoot

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Declutter Your Mind – Day 7

Declutter Your Mind – Day 7

“Clutter is the physical manifestation of unmade decisions fueled by procrastination” – Christine Scalise

ResetReset your thinking, a mind that sometimes cannot find the calm that we so desperately seek is a cluttered mind. There’s something a lot worse than having a cluttered home or workspace, and that’s having a cluttered mind. A cluttered mind is restless and unfocused. It tries to move in many different directions at once and the result is that very little gets done.

A good way to start the New Year is by resetting your thinking, clean out some space in your head. You can get started by following the 10 ways to declutter your mind and free up mental space which you’ll find.

  1. Declutter your physical space – (physical clutter leads to mental clutter)
  2. Write your thoughts down – (write what stored in your brain)
  3. Let go of the past – (let go of the mistakes, the quilt)
  4. Stop multitasking (organize/declutter area of importance)
  5. Keep a journal – (download your inner chatter) 
  6. Monitor the amount of information coming in (stop the overload of information)
  7. Be decisive (make a decision)
  8. Prioritize – (focus on what’s important)
  9. Have a regimen about your day – (plan and organize the details of your day)
  10. Learn to meditate – (focus the mind)

Mental clutter leads to congestion in our inner world. It gets in the way of being able to think clearly, and to focus on what really matters. This year begin by Reset Your Thinking.

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