“…Which is more appropriate; my level of success or level of failure…?

20131031_221832Which is more appropriate; my level of success or level of failure?  Either is appropriate; the better question is: For which do you want to be recognized?  Is a glass half-full, or half-empty?  Confusing….not for me; I’d rather be known for, or measured by…my level of success. Think about it this way: If the glass is the measuring tool, and its 2/3’s empty; would that mean you’re 67% failure, or a 33% success?  If the 1/3rd represented liquid gold; than I’d rather have the distinction of having acquired 1/3rd glass of liquid gold, than 2/3rd’s glass of air.  I once had a employer who gave me ¼ interest in his company (because of my success with the company); but because of the unique relationship that we had, I felt like, and acted as if, I owned 100%, but in reality, I owned 25% of nothing, but that’s another story.  When it gets right down to the bottom line; be yourself, carry yourself like your somebody, aim high, never take no for an answer, and remember WHO it is that we ultimately SERVE, and you will become somebody; and the odds are that it will be a full-glass.  Colossians 3:23-24And whatsoever ye do, do [it] heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men;  Knowing that of the Lord ye shall receive the reward of the inheritance: for ye serve the Lord Christ. …Blessings…cjlb…12/27/13

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About Charles Brooks

who is originally from Miami, Fla., moved to SC, holds two degrees from the University of SC. His business background is primarily in Real Estate Development (Motels, Hotel, Office Buildings, Restaurants, Residential) and Business Consulting. He currently is Managing Director of Brooks, Baker, Lehman & Kohlhepp - Investors in Real Estate and Mining, and has other business interests under the umbrella of Brooks Properties. FULL-TIME-MINISTRY: Fully engaged in spreading the Gospel of Our Lord Jesus Christ, with an emphasis on the Business Community.

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