Turning Limitations Into Possibilities!
What could be more challenging than turning limitations into possibilities! However, if we ignore "the holes in the bucket," the water of success will be wasted immediately.
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Behind the most common abilities that we immediately notice and always admire and reward, perhaps more minor, almost invisible skills can be found worth unpacking. When we focus on people’s capabilities, we shouldn’t ignore their unique personalities to help them uncover hidden treasures efficiently.
For that which is already deep within them, perhaps something not visible at first glance, but visible to sensitive eyes, need to be brought out so that others can see it too!
If we no longer see people as having uniformity and look for differences, we can do justice to everyone.
And last but certainly not least, working with the brain or hands, such a distinction is made between them while both are necessary!
If we appreciate each other in everything we are and what we can do and no longer validate the “high and low” framework, a completely different climate arises!
We are people. And everyone needs to hear, “You did a fantastic job,” from the doctor who completed a transplant to the girl behind the cash register who runs after someone to return the forgotten wallet.
We all are equal! But we also are unique! We need each other to build a happy and stable environment. The guy on the stage playing the piano needed someone who makes pianos.
The successful company that just had an important client and got the deal also had to rely on the person who made the coffee and the cleaner who cleaned up the office and made it presentable!
The doctor who performed the operation and successfully solved it must also shake hands with the team in charge of disinfecting the operating room! Together they worked for the success.
Everyone wants to hear, “You did a fantastic job.”
Where there is an appreciation for the individual, you will see people blossoming! — Mamme D’Vorah
With a unique ability to connect with a broad spectrum of (religious ) executives and leaders is Mamme D’Vorah, now a well-renowned Rhema Coach. In 2010 D’Vorah started a family House to coach, train, equip, and advise leaders. She is also the founder of WOP. Women Of Power is helping women stand in their Divine calling! She serves as a transformation coach for women who have health problems as an Expert by Experience.
Since 2011, Mamme D’Vorah Rhema Coaching has had the privilege of providing guidance and wisdom to all types of people and organizations. The Machanayim Family House and Mamme D’Vorah Rhema Coaching are branches of the DezertoFloro Foundation.