God wants us to utilize His power, but sometimes we forget to ask him for it. Why? Maybe we think we can handle it. Maybe we think God doesn’t care. Maybe we’re afraid. This list can go for awhile, so let’s get to the heart of this article. Here are 5 reasons why we should remember to ask God about everything.
As leaders, we need to be in tune with our team in order to solve problems. That means we have to listen. In order to ensure you are listening to the right thing, you need to ask the right questions. Here are three ways to make that happen.
You know why I am overweight? It’s because I eat too much and I don’t exercise enough. Period.
My name is Jerome D. Jackson and I am the author and owner of the website bossinthemiddle.com. Yes, that’s me in the picture. I thought it would be a good idea to let you all know why I call this website “bossinthemiddle” and the idea behind the concept that we’re all “bosses in the middle”.
I’m seeking topics. If you have a question about something relating to managing yourself “in the middle” of this crazy world, drop me a line in the comments or shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’ve got experience to offer in life, love, leadership, marriage, parenthood, sex, work, business, writing tips, etc…
If I don’t know the answer, I won’t pretend I do. I may have to do some research and get back to you, but that will only help me grow. So please, ask anything.
I use the Holy Bible as my base. Hopefully, the content of this website can help people become the best godly version of themselves. It’s already helping me be honest in areas that were once hidden and broaden my bible study in order to provide helpful content.
I truly pray that this will bless many lives. No topic is off limits.
More to come soon on that…
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