An Inspirational Logo
The red, white, black, and yellow silhouettes represent all the people of the world. It does not matter your race, color, gender, ethnicity, age, religion, creed, or your sexual preference, you will experience life’s transitions. Again, life is transition and no one is exempt from it. Success awaits you!
In order to successfully transition in life, does it require a spiritual essence or presence? The colored silhouettes face each other representing that we should be concerned for each other, look out for each other, and take care of one another. Success awaits you!
The colored silhouettes are attentively looking and staring up…if you are looking up to your God, you may need His guidance to stay focused and to stay above and successfully navigate the fray in life in order to make good decisions to end up in good places. In accomplishing your goals, should you always look to your God in all that you do? Should you keep your mind and your eyes toward Him to direct the paths that you take, to be your light to shine in dark places and to uncover the darkness of the world? Success awaits you!
And, it does not matter where you are in life, God is always there; and, if you look for Him, you can always find Him, because God is omniscient – all knowing, life’s master true story-teller from beginning to end; God is omnipotent – endowed with unlimited authority and legitimacy; and, God is omni-present – everywhere and in all places at the same time. Will you need spiritual guidance and a moral compass to keep you on a true course? Success awaits you!
My father had many sayings that I remember; and in many ways, even in death, he still speaks through me. Life is hard and difficult, but the only way to live life to the fullest and not merely exist is to face it every day with resiliency, courage, and conviction to never give up, which takes me to the fifth tenet of The Consummate Transitioner, perseverance. Father used to say for inspiration that “The race in life is not guaranteed to the swift or the strong, but to those who endure and persevere to the very end,” a quote derivative of Ecclesiastes 11:9. Another was that “winners never quit and quitters never win,” a quote made famous by Vince Lombardi. The one that I remember the most is from his 1954 high school annual where his motto was “find a way or make one,” quoting the Carthaginian military leader, Hannibal. “I shall either find a way or make one,” when referring to the difficulty of the idea of marching elephants over the Swiss Alps. To be your best and to have success, you must never give up…no matter what.