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Author Archives: Bridget Haymond

Bridget Haymond is a Certified Leadership Coach and Human Behavior Consultant who also holds a diploma in Biblical and Theological Studies. She offers Biblically based standards to renew your passion, solution-focused ideas to refresh your perspective and an inspiring mindset to refocus on your life purpose, which is the foundation for her Coaching and Consulting Practice. She’s also a Book Reviewer, Writer, Coffee Lover and Humor Enthusiast!

Leading With Your Life

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Leading with your life can take place in a variety of ways.  For Christians, workplace assignments are opportunities to represent Christ and shine bright because you might be the only Gospel some people ever hear, and this is why your integrity and faithfulness are crucial.  Many times, people just need to see you authentically live…

NIV Life Journey Bible – Book Review

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As a Christian Life and Leadership Coach, I’m convinced that regular Bible study is the most important way you can invest in yourself.  Growing in biblical wisdom and applying those principals to your daily life is one of the most effective ways to grow and become the best person you can be. When it comes…

Clout by Jenni Catron – Book Review

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      Clout, by Jenni Catron is a life-changing book.  The subtitle for this book is Discover and Unleash Your God-Given Influence.  In this book Catron addresses the lies we believe and traps, also known as “clout killers” that keep Christians from reaching their full potential.  This book presents a balanced Biblical perspective about discovering your…

The Trap Of Comparison

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Comparison can destroy the very things God has designed to set you apart and make you unique and valuable, so focus on being the best version of you.

Happy Are The Meek

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People who are meek tend to be some of the most genuine, confident, joyful and appealing people to be around. No longer ruled by fear or an over inflated sense of self, they are free to invest in the lives of others while continuing to grow themselves.

Your Season Of Waiting

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Waiting can be challenging – especially when it feels like you’ve been waiting for a very long time!  Rather than resisting the waiting process, you can look at it as a stepping-stone to your ultimate success.  Listed below are some benefits that come as a result of waiting. Waiting leads to maturity.  Patience is evidence…

Overcoming A Mistaken Identity

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Each and every day different identities are thrust upon people.  It may be a vocational title, a family role, a childhood nickname or images from clever advertisers.  But none of these identities are permanent because titles can change, roles will evolve, nicknames are outgrown and advertising shifts. Any identity that is not based on the…

Who Said You Weren’t Beautiful?

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Women are beaten down everyday with lies that attack your sense of worth and your self-image in an attempt to rob you of the beauty that comes from the Lord.  There is a battle for your destiny and these lies about your true beauty and worth are designed to distract you and rob you of your…

Forgiveness – The Great Liberator!

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  Forgiveness is the great liberator setting you free to see the past with a new perspective and providing new hope for your future.  Forgiveness can inspire a change of course and innovative action that will pave the way for healing and restoration.  But forgiveness requires letting go of any desire to blame, the striving…

Your Window of Opportunity

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Sometimes windows of opportunity disrupt your life and shake up the status quo, but they can be an answer to prayer, often providing a shift or a new direction for your life.  While these opportunities might seem inconvenient at the time, they can serve to get you out of a rut where you’ll come out…