THE TOP 7 BLOG POSTS OF 2012
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The first quarter of 2012 is almost at a close, and at this blog I am taking stock of blog posts from the beginning of the year to find out what topics and issues ministered most to you.
So, here we go, these are the Top Seven Blog Posts of the year 2012 thus far:
1. 5 Things I Wish Every Christian Leader Be Reminded Of (1-5)
2. 25 Things I Refuse
3. 7 Keys to Maximizing 2012
4. What Will Be Your Legacy?
5. 7 Good Habits (of A Champion) You Should Cultivate
6. The Greatest General of All Time
7. If You Are Willing To Do These 5 Things Success Would Be Easy
Thank you for staying with me. You will succeed!
Posted on March 27, 2012, in Bible, Books & Reading, Business, Choice, Christian Leadership, Church, Desire, Destiny, Discovery, Dreams, Encouragement, Excellence, Faith, Ideas, Inspiration, Leadership, Mentoring, Mind, Ministry, Motivation, Success and tagged Attitude, Bible, Books & Reading, Change, courage and confidence, Decision, Excellence, Faith, Hope, Inspiration, Leadership, Legacy, Mentoring, Mind, Ministry, pentecostal revival, Preaching, Purpose, Success, Wisdom, Work. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.