Ready, Set, Go!

By Jim Allen, Editor, NuVote Reach

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Sometimes people (even those who may like or love you) may hold you hostage to being the person that you were when they met you. You may just have to come to grips with that.

Today, someone who is feeling a little misunderstood might consider focusing on getting your steps properly ordered to RUN into your destiny, no matter what others might think of you or your plans.

If you are blessed to catch a vision, only look back to pull someone else forward who is ready and willing to run with you; pray for the rest, and keep it moving!

If you BELIEVE you are not quite positioned to run right now, consider starting now to renew your mind for the race.

Everyday, thinking of it as run and won.

Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is–his good, pleasing and perfect will (Romans 12:2).

And, when your race is run, you can catch your breath:

I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. (2 Timothy 4:7)

(Smile!)

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About Jim Allen, Founder/Editor, NuVote Reach

Currently serving as Chief Operating Officer of Alejo Media, emerging as one of Washington, D.C.’s most artistic and innovative video production and post-production media companies. Previously, as Director of News and Media Services at the American Institute of Physics, he led the creation of the InsideScience.org news platform, which includes Inside Science TV. He also previously served as Media Director, Energy NOW! and Clean Skies TV and as Special Reports Editor/Media Relations Director at The Hill newspaper. Jim has served in various executive, business development and/or programming roles for a number of media concerns including CBS Radio/Television, Radio One Inc. and the Los Angeles Times. Since 1995, he has been a contributor to the Reporters Notebook news roundtable program on NBC 4 TV, DC. He earned a music scholarship to Delaware State University, a Bachelor of Arts in English/Television Production at Virginia State University and, from 2003-2007, attended Concord University School of Law. His commendations include the Washington, DC Teachers' Union Media Relations Award and shared an American Academy of Nursing National Media Award. Jim also chairs a development task force for the faith-based, non-profit House of Help/City of Hope, founded and led by Bishop Dr. Shirley Holloway, which has provided substance abuse, mental health and continuing education programs and transitional housing for tens of thousands of homeless (and battered) women, families and men (including ex-offenders) at its shelter and treatment facilities in Washington, DC and Prince George’s and Charles Counties, MD.
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7 Responses to Ready, Set, Go!

  1. literary lew says:

    Jim, thanks so much for dropping by and subscribing. Hope to see see you again real soon. I’ll be back to check your blog out. Gathered that you are new to this “life” and welcome aboard. This is an important venue for sharing your beliefs about this wonderful world that we live in. Thanks again.

  2. Beautiful and inspirational. Thanks!

  3. This was most encouraging. JUST WHEN I NEEDED IT MOST!

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