Monday, December 21, 2015

Testing yourself

"Testing oneself is best done alone." 

If you do not make time to evaluate yourself you may end up spending weeks, months or years being false to yourself and those around you. You need to develop methods of measuring your internal intentions with actual results. 

If you have a vision or a dream that you desire to for-fill and it only remains an internal picture then you need to ask yourself a few hard and serious questions. If you don't question yourself then you will not have the opportunity to answer yourself so that you may bring about the necessary changes. Here are a few questions that you may like to ask yourself. 
  1. What needs to be done in-order to make sure that my character has the capacity to stand up to the size of vision that I have within me? 
  2. Who can I passionately make my vision or dream alive to investors or dream builders?
  3. What can you do to draw out the contents of my dream and make it a reality? 
Pro 20:4-6 AMP  The sluggard does not plow when winter sets in; therefore he begs in harvest and has nothing.  (5)  Counsel in the heart of man is like water in a deep well, but a man of understanding draws it out. [Prov. 18:4.]  (6)  Many a man proclaims his own loving-kindness and goodness, but a faithful man who can find?

Those who make time to inspect themselves with true scales are those who have the opportunity to make important decisions  that will enable them to be more fruitful than they have been up to know