Every Level Has Its Own Challenges

Hi Friends,

I hope you are still enjoying this Easter holiday celebrating what The Lord has done for us. Because of Him we also can have victory that is in Him among so many other God’s blessings that are in Christ. I mean, if The Lord Jesus didn’t win, it would have been a different story. But He won; therefore it’s something to celebrate about.

But I also couldn’t wait until the exact date to celebrate one year anniversary for Helen Majaga International. Call it a celebration ahead of time, an act as if it has already happened. It doesn’t feel like a year; it feels like a short while ago when I started it in May 2016.

Even though there are a lot to improve, but again I know my year was productive because I have been able to set up and put a few important things into place. We are now entering to another phase, and I am well prepared for it. But then I also think there is no need to rush things because building something that will last for a while takes time. They say only grave diggers start from the top.

You have got to start from the bottom if you want to build something that can last for a long-time. Because each level has its own devil. You can’t jump to a level that you are not well equipped; you may fall hard. It is also a must to go each level because there are lessons to pick up and to learn from each level that will prepare and propel you to the next level up.

And everybody has their own pace of how they learn and catch up things. Some people are fast movers and quick learners, others are slow to adapt to change and progressing, but eventually most of us will get there if we continue until we reach to the end results of our goals. Sometimes slow and steady is what is required to win the race. So go through all steps, don’t mind other people progress.

All successful people that you may know, they all started from the bottom, even if it may not look like it. I used this term before ‘undergrounders.’ Most of them used to be ‘undergrounders,’ and they started their journeys long time ago before they came to be known by the masses. Don’t envy them, work on your own lot and one day you will also come to your biggest days of your life. In those days everybody who will come to know you they will see the fruits of your hard work.

So do not fret today, just keep going. Go through every level that you need to go. If you need to jump, let it be because God wants you to jump. God wouldn’t promote you to do something to a level that He hasn’t equipped you yet. If God says with Him you can do it, and He is going before you, so be not afraid. Like it says in the book of Isaiah chapter 41 verse 10, “Don’t be afraid, for I am with you. Don’t be discouraged, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you. I will hold you up with my victorious right hand.” Therefore, don’t limit yourself when your intuition and everything in you tells you to go for it, and do it, but everything else around you, your circumstances, and maybe your negative thoughts lead you into doubting yourself.

It’s okay to start from the bottom. Everybody has got to start from somewhere and then keep progressing. Everyone has their own rock-bottom that they have to start from. Every level has its own territory, so each stage and level has its own set of challenges. Go for it as if you are going into marriage or becoming a parent; you are in for a long haul. So there are no quick schemes or something like that. For instance, even if marriage is hard work, but we know it is rewarding. So think in terms of the rewards you are going to get.

New challenges are at each new level of success. Often these new challenges will demand us to also adapt to the change that these challenges bring into our lives in order to be able to grow and progress. And the bigger the challenges will be, the more will be required from us in order to cope with everything and rise above those challenges. So don’t be afraid to stretch yourself so that you can become the best version of yourself to your next level of success.

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As of today I have written 130 articles and have posted about 142 posts including this one, where the rest of the posts are for my podcasts, news and updates. We are on our third issue and edition for YouCount Magazine. We have created one mini E-book as a free download. You can get both the E-book and our Three Magazine issues and editions for free here.

We have also started Helen Majaga International podcast, and we are on our fourth episode. We also started Helen Majaga International monthly newsletter. And we did few other things also; we started a Facebook page, we have changed our website theme and look for the fourth time…hahaha, and et cetera.

I am truly g-r-a-t-e-f-u-l to God. Thank you also for being part of our first year journey, let’s continue to the second year and see where it will lead us. In the book of Proverbs chapter 19 verse 21, it says, “There are many plans in a man’s heart, nevertheless the Lord’s counsel—that will stand.” I am hoping this is part of His plans for me, if not, I hope to find out soon what it is.

To your success,


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