No one can resist an involuntary smile filled with charisma and joy. They will smile back and that it! The connection you have been waiting for, a chance to prove that you can deliver what is required.
I say this but particulary focusing on life as a whole. Many times as we grow up, pursue our dreams, what we really want to be or be at at particular periods of our individual life. What the dreams don’t show is the challenge, the uncertanity, the moil and toil. The dreams do not see the tears, the anxiety, the ‘will i really make it?’ you know what i mean.
But constantly, the art of living tests us, God Almighty created us whole, granted us free will that we may do as we desire keeping the fact that in whatever we desire to do or be, we must love one another and be there for each other, help out, encourage and push each other to a better livelihood and a place of bliss and peace.
You will fail to close that deal when the right opportunity falls before you because you will stutter, and forget how you prayed for that meeting, that pay rise, that woman or man(for the ladies), that job. The fear of ‘will i really make it‘ creates doubt in your spirit and that will affect your conduct, mess you up a bit in judgement and YOU don’t want that when your interlocutor is waiting for you to place your deal on the table.
God will never grant you a burden! He The Almighty shall grant unto you an opportunity that will elevate you as a person and before him. He shall grant you what is yours, like a king, He anoints you through saints here on earth to greener pastures.
So when that opportunity comes along, that chance, that push that time you receive your first $10M check, remember the prayers you said in your room, remember the tears, remember your dream and how this opportunity shall make it pass…
THAT IS HOW YOU CLOSE THAT DEAL!
Latest posts by Peter Kivuti (see all)
- GDPR and and our Path to GDPR compliance - May 17, 2018
- Microsoft Intellicode: AI assisted development - May 8, 2018
- Facebook opensources its powerful AI Framework PyTorch - May 5, 2018