I Am Grateful… But Not Satisfied.

God woke me up.

I have food.

I have water.

I have clothes.

I have shelter.

I AM GRATEFUL…

But not satisfied.

We are here to do more than just survive. We should count our blessings but still know that God rewards work ethic and ambition. Just make sure you hold on to your integrity.

God Bless.

Maurice Guest Jr., is an education administrator in Little Rock, Arkansas. For more insight, follow him on Instagram @instagram.com/mauriceguestjr

at Odds.

Growth and Comfort are always fighting one another. Daily, they wage war, and battle and battle and battle. Fortunately, you get to decide who wins. You get to decide who wins.

God Bless.

Maurice Guest Jr., is an Education Administrator in Little Rock, Arkansas. For more insight, follow him on Instagram @instagram.com/mauriceguestjr

When We Lose our Excuses, We Find Our Results.

No one wants to hear your excuse, so stop making them.

Instead of making excuses, make adjustments. Take on an “adjustment” mindset.

When you stumble, adjust.

When you fall short, adjust.

When you make mistakes or fail, adjust.

Please, we must stop blaming our weaknesses and shortcomings on someone or something else. We must reflect on our own actions, and then make the proper ADJUSTMENTS!

 

Maurice Guest Jr., is an education administrator in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Listening with an Open Mind and a Closed Mouth.

All to often, we listen with the intent to disprove or come up with a “come back.” Therefore, we never fully grasp what the other person, the world, or God is trying to tell us.

Practice listening without countering.

Practice listening with an open mind and a closed mouth.

Practice listening with the intent to fully understand.

 

Maurice Guest Jr., is an education administrator in Little Rock, Arkansas.

From Dream to Reality – In Three Simple Steps.

Step 1: Dream Boldly and Without Fear!

Erase the fear of dreaming big. If your dream is big, audacious, and almost unbelievable – good! Own it! Don’t allow fear or an impoverished mindset derail or minimize your dream. Your dream is directly aligned with your purpose. And your purpose is blessed by the most high.

Step 2: Write it Down!

Transfer the dream from your mind to a piece of paper. Next, attach a date to your dream. A dream written down with a definite deadline becomes a goal. Next, break the goal down into small steps that can be taken daily. “Daily steps” create momentum, and momentum is just like magic! Momentum energizes us all and is a major factor in getting our goals accomplished!

Step 3: Show God You are Serious by Taking Action!

A goal supported with action is a goal supported by God. A goal supported by God, is a goal/dream that comes true.

“Do not be deceived, God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows.” – Galatians 6:7

In order for a harvest, we must first take the action of planting, cultivating, and nurturing our seed aka dream.

Dream big and take massive action!

 

Maurice Guest Jr., is an education administrator in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Faith and Prayer must be Accompanied by Action.

James 2: 17-26 (NKJV)

Faith by itself, if it does not have works is dead. Was not Abraham our father justified by works when he offered Isaac his son on the alter? Do you see that faith was working together with his works, and by his works faith was made perfect? And the scripture was fulfilled which says, ‘Abraham believed God, and it was accounted to him for righteousness. And he was called the friend of God.”

You see then that a man is justified by his works, and not by faith only. Likewise, was not Rahab the harlot justified by works when she received the messengers and sent them out another way? For as the body without the spirit is dead, faith without works is dead as well.

“I prayed for twenty years but received no answer until I prayed with my legs.” – Frederick Douglass

Let’s take action. Let’s get to work!

 

Maurice Guest Jr., is an education administrator in Little Rock, Arkansas.

 

You Are a Leader. (Whether You Like it or Not)

Sometimes leadership chooses you, leaving you with no choice but to lead. There are family members, friends, co-workers who look up to you. They admire you and think you really have it together. They examine the details of your life – how you speak, how you dress, the way you carry yourself, where you go, how hard you work…

You are their role model. They look to you as an example, and they never asked for your permission! Just the same, you didn’t ask for their admiration. You didn’t ask them to follow your lead. Sometimes, leadership chooses you.

This is an awesome responsibility! Therefore, you must be careful of what you say. You have to be careful of your actions.

You must make good choices. You must stay on the right path. For if you venture down the wrong path, your followers may follow.

And if they falter or destroy themselves, it will be your fault!

Live wisely. Live with ambition. Live well. You are a leader, whether you like it or not.

 

The Grass is Greener on the Other Side.

Sometimes the grass is greener on the other side… Because it’s fake.

Anybody can look like they are doing well.

They can rent the nice house.

They can lease the nice car.

He can use money or the appearance of money to attract a beautiful woman.

She can lease her soul to attract and keep her man.

Don’t be fooled by the way things appear. In fact, stay focused on your goals. Only View your own Vision.

Keep your eyes on your own grass!

 

Maurice Guest Jr., is an education administrator in Little Rock, Arkansas.

 

Note to Student #6: You Were Not Born to be Mediocre.

Student,

Don’t be like most of us. Most of us give up on our dreams. Most of us learn to accept defeat without putting up much of a fight. Most of us are cool with being average.

Dont be like us.

You are not here to be average. You are not here to merely survive. Student, you were not brought into this world to be mediocre.

You are here to achieve greatness.

Get to work. We need you to do the work that you were put on this planet to do. We need you to become who you are meant to become.

 

Maurice Guest Jr., is an education administrator in Little Rock, Arkansas.