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Maximizing Success Kit

September 5, 2014 Leave a comment
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2014 Maximizing Success Kit

I have some great news for you. The Got To Get Myself Together 2014 Teleconference – “Maximizing Ministry, Business and Life” was awesome! Until midnight on 9/12/2014 you can get my 2014 Maximizing Success Kit for 87% OFF. For only $38.61, Reg. $297.

The reason I’m doing this now is because my “Got To Get Myself Together 2014 Summer Teleconference” just wrapped up last week, and I want to give my community insider access to these life-changing calls, strategies, and tools before I add this fabulous new product to my website at full price.

The Maximizing Success Kit includes all the MP3 of the Kick-off Radio Show and all MP3s of the 41 telecalls of the teleconference and the Maximizing Checklists and Life Assignments (pdf 18 pages).

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Whether or not you participated in 22 Days of Maximizing Ministry, Business, And Life Teleconference, I’m extending this sale to you as a way to say THANK YOU for being part of the Ginger London Ministries’ community.  Thank you for your prayers, support, encouraging words, and emails.

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7 Wrong Reasons To Be In A Relationship

October 8, 2013 Leave a comment

Do you feel that all of your relationships are perpetually going downhill – even though it is not your fault? You should take a moment to think about if you are starting relationships for the wrong reasons.

Getting involved with someone for the wrong reasons is one of the ways in which many people create unhealthy and unfulfilling relationships. There are many reasons why people decide to have relationships other than being in love. One of the main reasons for falling in love for the wrong reasons has to do with low self-esteem.

Some of the wrong reasons to be in a relationship are: peer pressure, rushing into relationships, loneliness and desperation, to avoid growing up, or to fill emotional and spiritual emptiness.

There are 7 wrong reasons to be in a relationship:

1. Pressure (age, family, friends, etc.) – are most of you friends part of a couple, but you are still single? Are you unmarried and over thirty? Are you the last person in your family to “settle down?”

Age – if you are over a certain age and not married something must be wrong with you.
Family/Friends – some people are susceptible to the opinions of their family and friends and allow themselves to be pressured to get into or stay in relationships that aren’t making them happy.

2. Loneliness and Desperation – loneliness is a period your life when you feel emotionally empty to the point where you become desperate for someone – anyone to love. When you are feeling lonely and/or desperate, you are much more likely to make poor love choices and end up in unfulfilling relationships. You may lower your standards.

3. Sexual Hunger – have you ever overlooked things in a partner you didn’t like so you could prolong your relationship and keep having sex?

4. Distraction From Your Own Life – some people get into a relationship not because they have found the right person but as an excuse to avoid their own life. You become obsessed with love to avoid paying attention to your own life.

5. To Avoid Growing Up – some people get into a relationship because they “want to be taken care of” and not to share the fullness of their life with someone else. (big age difference, big difference in financial success, looking to your partner for help and advice).

6. Guilt – have you ever ended up in a relationship because you didn’t want to hurt the other person’s feelings by rejecting him/her? Have you ever stayed in a relationship much longer than you should have because you were afraid to hurt your partner by leaving? You remain in romantic situations not because you want to stay, but because you are afraid of what might happen if you left.

7. To Fill Up Your Emotional or Spiritual Emptiness – two problems: you get involved in relationships to fill yourself up, rather than because you have found someone who is right for you; you get involved in relationships that could be right for you, but look to them to fill you up in ways you should be filling yourself.

If you are entering into relationships for any of these reasons, then it is time for you to go on a “Relationship Fast!” You need a period of time away from love relationships with others to learn how to love yourself more.

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