Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Living Life from the Inside Out by Troy Myree Sr.

Living Life from the Inside Out by Troy Myree Sr., is the story of the author's journey when his life began to spiral out of control financially and personally to now living a life full of joy and peace. It is a story of perseverance and faith.

The situations that he found himself are not unlike what many are dealing with in our current economy today. However, sadly not everyone handles these trials the same.

During that trying time in his life he kept focusing on not what was currently happening but how he wanted his life to become.  When anxiety would try to knock on the door of his psyche, he would repeat over and over an affirmation by Charles Haanel, "I AM Whole, Perfect, Strong, Powerful, Loving, Harmonious and Happy."

He also took this quote by Robert Collier to heart, "The spiritual substance from which all wealth is obtained is never depleted but is with you always and responds to your faith in it and your demands on it."

As he did this his mind began to open to all kinds of opportunities. His vision for helping others experiencing difficulties in their lives became a reality and Serious Encouragement.com An Inspirational Stop on the Information Highway™ was born!

You can also find SeriousEncouragement.com on Facebook and Twitter!

The writer shows us that you have two choices when dealing with difficulties in life; You can either wallow in self pity, continuing down the same path or know that this too shall pass and you can make it to the other side and be a better person for it!

God is a loving God and the author's faith in Him never wavered. How have you handled a difficult time in your life? Did you learn anything about yourself in the process?

"I have learned that success is to be measured not so much by the position one has reached in life as by the obstacles which one has overcome while trying to succeed." Booker T. Washington

14 comments:

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    1. Yes, I enjoyed the book! Thank you for always taking the time to visit Gerry!

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  2. Great post Lisa! When we are given trials its often to see what we will do with them. They mold us and help us to grow in ways we may not have seen before.

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    1. Yes, Sarah, We grow through our adversities for sure! Thank you stopping in!

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  3. I really enjoyed this post, Lisa. it looks like a very inspirational read!

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  4. It was Amberr, I am glad you liked the post!

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  5. True that my sister..One of my favorite preachers said God told her " You can be pitiful or powerful but you can't be both ':)

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    1. Yes Lisa! I rather be powerful too! Thanks for visiting!

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  6. Wow a story of perseverance and faith. What an inspiration! I need that.
    And so as he did, we should all focus on what we want our lives to become. Repel the negative energy!
    Have a blessed and harmonious week Lisa!

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    1. Yes, I think he is an inspiration. Hope you are having a great Easter Weekend Geca!

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  7. Many people will be happy to read his story and I am sure that they will finds a piece of their own fate in the pages of the book and will find that little sparkle of hope, which makes us keep on fighting!

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    1. Yes, I truly wish that for everyone!

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