Show Your Title


Life can be pretty demanding making it quite hard to take control of your life.

My father and mother taught me as a child to take ownership of my life and avoid letting anyone else dictate my life’s outcomes.  As a child, I thought this was a difficult task due to peer pressure, identity crisis, etc.  However, I believe it can be more of a challenge as an adult.

What do you think?

As adults, expectations are high and demands are great.  It can get pretty ridiculous because of others unrealistic expectations.

I believe we all are leading something or someone, which places even higher expectations on our live.  Expectations are high, whether you are a father, mother, sibling, Christian, worker, or business owner.  Just to name few.

This is why everyday you must "Show Your Title!"

I’m not talking about your title or position at church or work, but I’m talking about showing you have control of your life.

In property law, a title is when a person “out-right” owns or has equitable interest in a piece of property.

So, I say again, “Show Your Title.”

I completely understand why it is impossible to control any external stimuli, but I do believe we as leaders can control internally what we feel, say, and do.  With that said, I love the attitude quote by Charles Swindoll.

“The longer I live, the more I realize the impact of attitude on life.  Attitude, to me, is more important than facts.  It is more important than the past, than education, than money, than circumstances, than failures, than successes, than what other people think or say or do.  It is more important than appearance, giftedness, or skill.  It will make or break company…a church…a home.  The remarkable thing is is we have a choice every day regarding the attitude we will embrace of that day.  We cannot change the inevitable.  The only thing we can do is play on the one string we have, and that is our attitude…I am convinced that life is 10% what happens to me, and 90% how I react to it.  And so it is with you…we are in charge of our Attitudes.”


Your title is your life, but more importantly like Charles Swindoll it is your attitude.

If you don’t have control over your attitude, then you may want to quickly figure out who has your title.  Once you have full ownership of you title, “Show Your Title.”

Show your title by being kind to others, leading with compassion, taking accountability, and enjoying your road to success.


Question: Do you own your title?  How have you shown your title?  Leave your comments below.

Peace and Prosperity,
Bryant Hall
MTN Universal, LLC
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