As one builds his or her business, they are at times faced with many challenges ~ some with resolutions; some in the process of been resolved; yet, others places him or her, in stages of confusion or nerve racking…
“Contentment comes as the infallible result of great acceptances, great humilities--of not trying to make ourselves this or that, but of surrendering ourselves to the fullness of life--of letting life flow through us.” ~ David Grayson
Satisfaction comes when one eats a meal that he/she has taken the time to prepare and have included all the choice appetizing foods that are necessary for maintaining a healthy body; or, when hungry, grabbing any fast food and eating hurriedly. This can result to less contentment and at the same time, can be damaging and cause digestive disorders.
It's human nature that, everyone wants to succeed, and at times can, and do falsify their results, in order to get the prospects to look at what they're selling, saying they are doing excellent when in reality, they are heading toward a failed venture.
One should be authentic or honest, when telling others of their success, for, when they find out the truth, they will separate themselves from him or her, and not listen to any future opportunity they may have to offer.
“Not that I am speaking of being in need, for I have learned how to be content with whatever I have.” ~ Philippians 4:11
Grateful and Victorious Velma