Celebrity Author of Leading with Uncommon Courage
Charlotte McLaurin, a transplant from the beautiful State of Maryland, has resided in Gulfport, MS for the last 20 Years. Charlotte earned her Bachelors of Arts Degree in Business Administration and has the Society of Human Resource Management Certified Professional Accreditation. She brings over 25 years of experience serving up Customer Service VIP. Her experience includes 10 years serving in the United States Army with Consumer lending and Banking in the financial arena as part of her profile. She spent the last 13 years with the Gulfport Job Corps Center as a Human Resources Specialist. Charlotte currently works diligently with the winning souls and making disciples mission of her church, Northwood Church, mentoring young women and a Warrior with the Prayer team ministries. Her latest venture is with the Co-authors of Leading with Uncommon Courage and reestablishing herself as Founder and CEO of Services Development on the Rise, a Business Services Corporation.
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It’s Time for a Change
Uncommon Courage is would not be the term I would used for my situation – being able to shoulder the responsibility of a consistently troubled son. I believed this blessing of a son was truly God’s gift, and I honestly thought I should do like Hanna did and give him to the church.
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How to Axe Self-Sabotaging Behavior
Self-sabotage is uniquely human behavior. Many of us sabotage ourselves when we decide we want something by doing everything we can to ensure we don’t get it. Sound familiar? Although self-sabotage is a subconscious behavior, we can get a handle on it.
Modern Solutions to Overcoming Disadvantages of Introversion
As an introvert, you have so many special qualities that are valuable in a friend or colleague. When you do things like see your ability to listen as a superpower and give yourself time to recharge, you can live a fulfilled life spending quality time with both yourself and others.
I inhale confidence with every breath
I have confidence in my abilities and in myself. My past accomplishments fuel my confidence. I expect to accomplish great things in the future.