What do you really believe?

January 7, 2013 — Leave a comment

I was inspired to write this based on a lesson that I recently heard from Paul Martinelli and a short story that I read in the bible.

Leaders, how can you expect others to follow if you’re not following yourself?

There is a fundamental question that is answered by the life that you are living, and the question is, what do you believe?

Do you believe in God? What do you believe about Him? Do you believe in yourself, your dreams and your potential? Do you believe?

What do you believe?

What do you believe

If you are trying to convince me about God, do you really believe in Him? What you believe about Him will show in your actions.

If you are trying to convince me to believe in myself, do you believe in yourself? Do you really believe in me? Again your actions will show what you truly believe. If you are trying to convince me to buy your product, do you believe in your product? Do you use your own product? Do you really believe that it will benefit me?

Everyday your beliefs are being tested… And what you really believe is displayed by the life that you are living.

So the question to ask yourself is, what do you really believe and why?

Robin Lewis

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John Maxwell said, "Everything rises and falls on leadership". I buy into that and have been a student of leadership for over 25 years. I was born and raised in Jamaica and reside in South Florida with Edna, my beautiful wife of 25 years. We have one daughter and have gained a son, her husband. I am the president of Robin Lewis Insurance, a full service Independent Insurance Agency. My passion is to inspire and guide others into discovering and reaching their God-Given potential. This blog was created to support that cause. You can expect a new post every week on the topics of Leadership, Personal Development, Insurance Solutions and every now and again some Personal Thoughts. My hope is that we can encourage, strengthen and challenge each other. Your comments are encouraged and welcomed here anytime!

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