I'm different though...


A few weeks ago, I was talking to a co-worker and they were telling me their experience with management on the financial side (raises). Initially, I was like okay, (to myself) "You have to keep that in mind and not get comfortable.". Then I was instantly reminded of how favor greeted me at the door.

Now, I completely respect my co-worker and 100% value their opinion, but I walk with God so I automatically have a different level of qualifications. I honestly believe that where I am is a result of prayer, seeds and fasting. Now, is my job perfect? No. But, I haven't started looking for another job yet, and for me, that says a lot. I have walked into positions with the mindset of staying only until something else become available.

One of my godmothers, always tells me that nothing happens by chance when you are a part of the Body of Christ, and I truly believe that. Even when we don't understand a situation, one day we will look back and see that what we didn't understand was actually preparation. In the term of careers, every sucky job, supervisor, manager, building that I worked in, was a stepping stone to where I am now. Every failed friendship, helps you appreciate your best friend. And, every bad cookie, helps you appreciate the crème de la crème of cookies. (Yeap, it's that serious!)

Favor sets us a part in a way that Is hard to understand but easy to appreciate when it happens! Trust the process Queen!


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