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Take all your knowledge, plus experience, and teach!

Teach your daughters and your sons. Teach your neighbors and their kids, teach in your peer groups, teach your pew mates and your Sunday schools.

If you’ve learned something and it’s useful, share it with someone… Teach.


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You don’t have to

You don’t have to ever go to church, or like anyone who calls themselves a christian, or care for any religious person. Just be sure to get in touch with your creator, and ask Him why he created you.

Today is a good day to find out.

“So God created human beings in his own image. In the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.” Genesis 1:27 #Bible


About Valentine’s Day

Try not to create a climate of “have to” around you. Allow that special someone to be and to do what genuinely comes from their heart. Their expression of care for you may not be presented according to your wishes, but learn from it.

1. How to offer your partner what you’d like to receive.
2. Who you’re connected to and how they express themselves.
3. What really works for you and how to communicate that effectively for desired results.

Make it a good day. ❤️ #Counsel4Living


Lean toward the light


Regular conversations with unhealthy people can make you feel bad. Consider interacting with someone who brings light to dark spaces. You know who that is, when you talk to them or even think of them you feel better. Lean toward the light today. If you don’t have any light-bearing friends, download my devotional for a paradigm shift.

Go team fitness

Go ahead and workout today! There are only twenty-eight days in February, so let’s set a goal of working out most days this month. Notice I didn’t say everyday… all efforts are accepted. Don’t let March catch you feeling like a sack of potatoes! Invest in yourself by exercising. Let me know how you’re doing by liking this post. Go team fitness!


Year in review


Why wait until December to assess how your 2015 was? We are one month in, why not look back over your shoulder now?

Have you done what you set out to do so far?
Have you kept your word?
Is your household in order?
How are your kids?
Your business?
Your money?

Now, don’t feel overwhelmed by this list of questions. Answer what you can and work. On the rest. Download my book for a day-to-day check up, from the inside out. We can do it ! 👍


If you have a vision, you should be working.

Visionaries don’t wait for someone to hire them. Do the work. Do it with what’s in your hand now. Empty your hand and more will come to you…. On purpose, for purpose. #Counsel4Living

Download my daily devotional for encouragement on your entrepreneurial journey.


Grace and Peace to you today.


Just a thought…

Use what you don’t like about your life and turn it into something beneficial.




IMG_1181Are you at an impasse?

It may take a while to move forward and you may be frustrated, but don’t give up. I know, I know you’ve heard this before, but have you heard it recently, just when you needed to hear it?

So this task, project or situation seems insurmountable. Maybe you don’t have the tools to complete it, naturally or emotionally. If you’re clear on one next step, just take that one. Trusting that once you do, the other steps will unfold before you.

It’s Wednesday, you can do it!

Trouble in paradise

So, if you’re having trouble in your marriage today. Can you just take it easy a minute? If the two of you have reached an impasse in your communications, give the conversation some breathing room. Step away from the dialogue if it’s at a fevered pitch, and return to the conversation later.

Ladies this is especially for you… If your husband has shut down and won’t discuss the issue anymore, please don’t press in on him with insistent conversation. This won’t work. Back up and allow him space and time to process what has already been said. Tell him this is what you’re doing, then ask him to let you know when he’s ready to discuss the matter. Wow! That was a mouthful right there. Doing this will require self-control, which is necessary in a healthy marriage. If neither of you have self-control in a discussion, now is a good time to begin cultivating some. When you’re both rested and agree, re-open the dialogue in a neutral setting (a place where you’re both relaxed) with intent to resolve the matter.

Take a peek into my devotional for some pure fuel for your marriage journey: http://www.karlautaylor.com/

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