I am actually in bed early tonight. We had an FHE type activity with 2 of the 3 of my home teaching families, the Folkman’s and the Conrad’s. It was fun to bring families together, eat, let the kids play and talk. I shared a little lesson about what matters most – what’s on the inside, not the outward appearance.
I felt the night went really well overall. I feel Home Teaching is all about making friendships and taking care of one another as a ward family.
Here is one of the reviews of a Step 7 question:
I’m going to bed earlier tonight in hopes to get up earlier and work on my presentation for the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
I feel I’m still struggling since having gone to Seven Peaks. I’ve talked to Becky about it and don’t plan to go back there, maybe one more time as a family is it.
Since I wrote this last post Caleb has been better. I feel his attitude is a direct reflection of my attitude. When I’m happy and play with he and Madi, things tend to go pretty well. When I don’t give him the attention he needs, he starts acting up to at least get some attention.
“If ye do this, ye shall always rejoice…and be filled with the Love of God…” This is a great promise. This is what the plan of happiness is all about.
I plan to have a great day tomorrow and look forward to working on this step more.
In talking with Becky this morning, I thought a lot about what I am grateful for with my work. Here are some things I noted and shared with my team:
6 Reasons I Like My Job (in no particular order)
- Ability to work on my own businesses
- Ability to network with other business owners and learn from them
- Ability to continue studying my industry while getting paid to do so
- Ability to create new products and services
- Ability to teach clients specific business strategies that will benefit them long-term
- Ability to create friendships with clients and colleagues (some of them anyway J )
- Ability to make a schedule that works for my family
I feel it’s important to have this type of attitude in everything I do. It’s a way to recognize that all blessings come from Heavenly Father and that I should be grateful, even for the trials in my life that will help shape me into the person God wants me to become.
I’m turning in tonight!