What exactly is an expert? Webster’s definition: having, involving, or displaying special skill or knowledge derived from training or experience. So you can be an expert if you have the schooling or “head” knowledge, you can also be an expert if you have experience or “OJT: On the job training”. Ultimately this makes all of us an expert in something, even if it’s how not to do or go about something. What’s your area of expertise? Look within & take an inventory of your skills & gifts. What can you share with others? Partener with me, I have a personal mission to try to make the world a better place. I want to say right now – this is not what I am an expert in BUT, by God’s grace, I’m working on it, everyday. The journey of 1000 miles begins with a single step.
STEP – NOW! Sometimes it’s easier to see the things we do not excel at, so what if you become an expert in NOT saying something if it doesn’t lift up. Decide that you won’t tear down – you’ll become an expert – either in keeping your mouth shut or learning how to shift conversation. My very dear friend Amy is an expert in this area and I love her for it. Maybe you can recognize what you are an expert in…are you a great organizer? What are your top three tips for staying organized? Maybe you have had great success in keeping your body fit! What are your top three “musts” for staying this way? What is your passion? Share it, with me , right here. Share it in the world, decide to be my partner!
So here’s my expert share for the day: Because of what I “do” for a living, I’m a home party plan consultant, I am an expert at showing others that they can have function & beauty at the same time.
So not only will your home be beautified with my products but your life will be simplified ( in the kitchen-when you decide to cook). If this peaks your interest check out my video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_U8qvjAMqA&playnext=1&list=PL77F288FE93DC1DBD
So now you maybe thinking how can she think that being an expert on that is going to change the world? The journey of 1000 miles begins with a single step. The first step is making an easy meal – I could do this with small children – we could have fun cooking together. Don’t you find that when you share a task it has more joy or at least is finished faster? The second step is the time I’m saving in dinner prep & cooking time – WOW what can I do with that time. Relax & recharge so I can be “better”, spend that time with someone who needs me…I hope you a getting the picture 🙂 The steps do not have to be huge to make a huge difference.
I leave you today with a quote that sits on my kitchen counter:
It is not how much we do, but how much love we put in the doing. It is not how much we give, but how much love we put in the giving. – Mother Teresa
Peace & Love,