By Maceo Keeling –
Step in to your anointing.
It’s been said that our anointing is a gift from God, and what we do with our anointing is our gift to God.
Each of us has a gift to contribute to the stew of wisdom needed to nourish the hungry minds and our community. We also have had a moment of success that we could pass on. So with this article I invite you to step into your anointing to offer your time and/or talent(s) to help members of our community grow and succeed.
What can you contribute in service to our community?
You could teach someone to read blueprints, lay brick, paint, or do masonry or carpentry, piping and plumbing work; you can teach single parenting skills, marketing products or services, how to save money, or how to handle objections.
Keep in mind: Stone Soup classes are about Each One – Teach One! We want our time spent to be an “Hour of Power.” Each participant must leave with a devisable action plan. Examples: Tithe, clip coupons, reduce intake of sodas, no eating after 6 p.m., read for 15 minutes before going to sleep.
Here are a few guidelines to consider:
- Your presentation should be clear and concise.
- Stick to what you know and are very comfortable in presenting.
- Prepare for questions and be able to offer references to participants who want to do more research.
- Bring an expert if you are not comfortable with presenting to an audience.
More details are coming soon on how and where to sign up. Now is the time!
Presenters—answer the call!
Give me a call or email me at MZKeeling@theurbannews.com if you need some help to develop your idea.
Remember: You don’t have to be great to get started, but you do have to start to become great!
“Vision Is Not Enough – Clarity is Vital to Achieve Your Goals.” Speaker Requests Contact (828) 989-6999.
The opinions and statements made in this column are solely the opinions of the author and not necessarily those of The Urban News.