4 Key Components for Living a Successful Life, No Matter Your Circumstance: Guest Post from Margo McKenzie
It's an honor to have you here for another Empowering Post within The Felecia Killings Foundation.
If you are new to our virtual platform and ministry, allow me to introduce myself.
I am Felecia Killings (most notably referred to as "Coach" in the virtual space). I am the Founder and CEO of The Felecia Killings Foundation; the Founder, Visionary and Principal Leader of The Conscious Conservative Movement; and the Principal Coach for our online courses through this Media Network.
The Felecia Killings Foundation is the premier educational platform that will deliver spiritual and practical training to 10,000,000 rising leaders who will empower millions more to build social, political, and economic empires based on Kingdom principles.
Our mission is to equip each leader for the work of their ministry and platform by providing advanced training solutions through our books, coaching and consultant services, online courses, and events.
A part of our virtual work includes empowering women to walk in their grace as daughters of God. In addition, we provide educational and life-coaching support to women who are rebuilding their lives after experiencing trauma, especially among single mothers.
Every so often, I have the pleasure of bringing Contributing Writers to The Foundation to share their insight and perspective with my audience. And today, I am featuring Author Margo McKenzie, who will deliver an inspirational word regarding success and how you can possess it.
So, take some time to receive this empowering teaching. And by the end of the lesson, I invite you to connect with other women of like-precious faith who will inspire you to manifest your greatness this year.
To Okonkwo, a character in the novel Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe, an indication of physical success means being the best wrestler in his village; and economic success means attaining a bountiful crop of yams. William Shakespeare through Uncle Polonius offered Hamlet some advice for success before he went off to college: “Neither a lender nor a borrower be,” and “To thine own self be true.”
These two books have been staples of the high school English literature curriculum for several years. Through these two very worthy pieces of literature, teachers across the nation inculcate values of success into the impressionable minds of youth.
Neither one of these darlings of literature go far enough, however.
Those of us who are students of the best book on earth, the Bible, have access to the best definition of success as found in Psalms 1: 3.
For me, this verse delineates what if means to be successful in the true sense of the word. The blessed man or woman, which I interpret as the successful man or woman, “is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither—whatever they do will prosper.”
If we parse this verse, we can identify four key components for success.
Success is a combination of position, attitude, and action.
Find out what it is that God has called you to do.
Arm yourself with the tools (spiritual and secular) to equip yourself for the journey and plug away.
In Christ, we are groomed for success.
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At The Felecia Killings Foundation, we know how vital women are to the Kingdom of God.We understand their role and position, and we empower them to function fully in their grace so their lives are changed for the better.
But often times, women encounter traumatic hardships that destroy their confidence, self-worth, and future calling. From domestic-violent relationships to sexual assaults, some women struggle to rebuild their lives once they've been violated.
This is not God's purpose for His daughters.
Therefore, at The Foundation, we purpose to help these women transform from the inside out. We empower them to blossom in their calling as they build social, political, and economic empires in this new decade because women are important to the Kingdom.
My Beloved Women's Ministry is a branch of The Foundation's overall virtual work. Since 2019, our platform and our Founder's message have reached 40,000,000+ people online.
And through this network, Felecia helps women experience spiritual, emotional, mental, financial, and physical healing.
Our mission is to deliver spiritual insight and practical development that release healing, deliverance, and economic opportunities to God's daughters.
As a member of our Ministry and Network, we help women:
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