What if the resources, the wisdom, you have gleaned was shared freely. Would it run out? What if your greatest treasure has no end? Empty your glass.
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Empty Your Glass

Sometimes we are tempted to hang on to those things that are really special. We might not be as likely to share something that is extra good, especially if we fear running out of it. Have you ever seen children with their favorite candy? They aren’t really excited about giving it away, and oftentimes we act the same. Fear of losing what we treasure can make us stingy.

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But what if your greatest treasure has no end? What if your greatest treasure is in you, not in your hand. What if what you bring to the table doesn’t run out. You are like Niagara Falls. It keeps spilling and spilling and spilling over…and it has for literally centuries. It’s amazing! And so are you.

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What if the resources, the wisdom, you have gleaned was shared freely. Would it run out? Of course not. Like the ancient verse says, “ You reap what you sow.” Sow your time. Sow your resources. You will reap even more, not grow poor. So don’t hoard your drink. Don’t hang on to what’s in you. Empty your glass. Pour it on others who need it. Then look again, and see that it is miraculously filled to brimming over again. You were made to spill out.

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Brenda Harkins mines the gold in people to help them clearly see their talent, identify their purpose and unleash potential to navigate their unique success. Brenda is a Life and Leadership Coach in her own organization, as well as with The John Maxwell Team and CoreClarity. She is a Public Speaker, Author, Mediator, Entrepreneur, and President of The Harkins Group, Inc. You can connect with Brenda at brenda@brendaharkins.com or find out more at https://brendaharkins.com.