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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Warrior Wednesday: 7 Attributes of “Warriors” which Make Them a “Slam Dunk” Success!

It’s Warrior Wednesday: What are the 7 Attributes of “Warriors “which Make them a “Slam Dunk” Success?
A Warrior girl knows when to go to war and when to be still
  source: adjunct professor

A “Warrior” Knows when to go to war and when to be still for the battle to be won! Do You?
I woke up this morning with the word “Warrior” on my mind and try to imagine what the word really means. A warrior is “a brave or experienced soldier or fighter.”  When you go by this definition, then you know naturally that there will be some wars/battles which you will engage in.

But being a “warrior” does not entail being in a battle alone.  On the other hand, there are many times we desperately want to avoid confrontations and battles all for the sake of peace and harmony. This may be at our own peril! As there are just some battles we must fight and win if we must move to our next success level.

“We will not win a battle, neither will be succeed at anything if we are passive aggressive in our relationships, or adopt a passive aggressive pose when we choose to do things our own way and not pay attention to all the hurdles life is placing in our path.”

A True Warrior understands that Passive Aggressiveness is a Poison, which if allowed to fester in his or her life will cause great frustration, self pity-party, and so much pain!

Warrior Nurses         
source:  senzell
      “Adapt the Heart of a True Warrior in Everything You Do and You Will Soar Like an Eagle.”

Being “Warrior spirited” reflects someone who maintains an honorable place amongst his or her peers.  When you are a true warrior, you exercise “insight” to things which pertain to life. Without “insight”, anyone including those who may choose to be called warriors will “miss their lifeboat.” And the truth be told, we need the warrior spirit to survive many of the obstacles that life often throws our way.

                                                       “Live Your Life Like a Warrior”

The following are the true attributes of a warrior:
(1). A True warrior listens!
(2). A True warrior respects him/herself and others around them
(3). A True Warrior is Submissive and Attentive
(4). A True Warrior is Humble
(5). A True Warrior Learns to Serve Others without any Hidden Agenda
(6). A True Warrior Tells the Truth
(7). A True Warrior Discerns Seasons and walk that path

It really doesn’t matter what type of warrior you are, be it Spiritual Warrior, Wisdom Warrior; as a warrior , you must understand things as they are and just rest in the process. As a warrior, you are constantly on the fence, praying, watching on behalf of others or yourself. You are ready for war, if it comes to your door step, but most importantly, YOU ARE PREPARED!

Preparation takes time, effort, diligence, commitment, dedication, self-less attitude and most of all, patience.

Above all, a TRUE WARRIOR confronts issues head on and understand the need to have a group of other warriors around him or her, to maneuver through life. “No man is an island.” When you find yourself in a place where you believe you must do things alone… when others do not matter to you and you begin to adapt the spirit or mentality of a “lone ranger,” know that you are on a path of destruction.

What do you do when you discover you are no longer adapting the TRUE Warrior Spirit?
(1). Turn back and trace your steps back!
(2). Surrender
(3). Be Patient
(4). Be Still
(5). Reach out to others who have been there and can help you
(6). Listen! Listen! Listen!

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Until Next Time,
Be Inspired, Be Motivated, Be Of Sentimental Value & Be Authentic

Dr. Princess Fumi Hancock, RN, DNP
Storytelling Dreamweaver, Speaker, Transformation Expert

(c) Copyright 2015~ Dr. Princess Fumi Hancock ~The Princess of Suburbia(R): A Success Blueprint to Your Inner You

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