Becoming an Overcomer

When challenged with an unfamiliar circumstance, is it best to “go with what you know,” in order to quickly resolve the problem?

Is falling back on previous resolutions really a good idea, even if it worked for that particular problem?

When faced with adversity, how reliable are your problem-solving skills?

How strong is your relationship with those in your network?

During a job interview, it is inevitable that you will be asked to identify your strengths and weaknesses. The purpose of this thought-provoking question is to assist the employer in determining your skill set as related to the right fit for the position. Utilizing the process of self-evaluation to identify your qualities is also helpful when trouble comes your way. Our reaction to adversity is dependent upon how we feel about our strengths and weaknesses. Once we have acknowledged our true qualities then we are ready to network. Simply ask God in prayer for help. It is impossible to be an overcomer without involving God in all aspects of our daily lives. Stepping outside of your comfort zone can be a disconcerting experience; however, the times that we live in demand motivation, determination, perseverance, and networking if we are to overcome adversity.

Give all your worries and cares to God, for he cares about you. 1 Peter 5:7 NLT

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Author: steps2successwithsolutions

By profession, I am a Registered Nurse, with a passion for helping others overcome the obstacles in their lives. I am a writer of Devotionals, Romantic Poetry, and Research Articles. The recent development of Mentoring and launching as a Motivational Speaker has prompted me to address real-life issues for women from a spiritual perspective.

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