Show Mom you Care!!

Max Lucado writes: “Some things only a mom can do…like powdering a baby’s bottom with one hand while holding the phone with the other…Spending the day wiping noses, laundering socks, balancing a check book, and still mean it when she thanks God for her kids. Some things only a mom can fix…like the cabinet doors her husband couldn’t, and his bruised ego when he found out she could! Broken shoelaces…broken hearts…breaking up with your sweetheart.


Some things only a mom can know…like how long it takes to drive from piano lessons to ball practice…how many pizzas you need for a sleepover…the number of days left in a semester. The rest of us can only wonder… ‘Mom, what was it like when that infant’s cry first filled the room? Or the day the school bus pulled to a stop, you placed a kiss on a five-year-old’s cheek, waved goodbye and then saw the tricycle—silent and still? How did you feel? Did you cry? Did you smile?’


A mother who loves and prays for her children is a force to be reckoned with.


When a preacher stopped by a house in England and asked to speak to the mother, her little boy said, “You can’t see her right now, she’s praying.” That’s because Susanna Wesley spent one hour every day praying for each of her seventeen children. Yes 17!!! Eventually two of them, John and Charles, were used by God to bring a spiritual awakening to Britain and America and establish the Methodist Church.


Such is the influence of a praying mother.


We all need a praying mother in our lives.

 Show the special mom in your life how much you care!!

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Mothers Day is May 13th 2018

Ashield Hodge



Build Your Own

If you are in a travel, insurance, credit repair, health, financial, direct selling and or online company please brand yourself. I repeat please brand yourself.

Consumers do not buy into companies, they buy into you. People don’t buy from companies, people buy from people. You know this all your life, time to put into practice now that you are running your own business.

Get your own logo, build your own website and put these companies under your own brand. You don’t have to do it all at once, but make a start.

Need a website, we can help

Need financing to get your business going, we can help

Need help registering your business, we can help

Need help getting leads and exposure for your business, we can help


Never stay loyal to one company. Stay loyal only to yourself. Always be true to yourself.

If you want to put multiple health/travel/finance/credit repair/insurance/roadside assistance/legal companies under your own umbrella so be it. Just do it, but do it and make it your own.

If your company does not allow that then tell them kick rocks and find as many companies under your niche that does.

Do not let your upline tell you different because they are about getting that paper from you. I have seen too many times people just being led blindly by their upline. Remember this, their main goal is to get you to spend money, as long as you spending money you making them money, most could care less if you actually make money.

Think about it, have your upline ever offered to give you anything, free lead, free coaching, free sale?

This is about freedom, entrepreneurship, money and time. I see so many people going extra hard for their company and it reminds me of an employee going extra hard for their boss. No different from being employed and building someone else’s dreams. This is not to bash you but to make you better.

Lets get this money.


First thing first, lets teach you how to brand yourself.

Click here for step 1


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Keep Improving

Don’t you realize that in a race everyone runs, but only one person gets the prize? So run to win! All athletes are disciplined in their training. They do it to win a prize that will fade away, but we do are to do it for something bigger.

So I run with purpose in every step. I am not just shadowboxing. I discipline my body like an athlete, training it to do what it should. Otherwise, I fear that after leading others I myself might be disqualified.

Unless you take control of your life, you will always live knowing that you don’t belong to yourself. In other words, you belong to whoever and whatever is controlling you. Think about that.

In order to improve, you must keep these three things before you at all times:

(1) Reading.

Discipline yourself to read something each day that will help you spiritually, emotionally, relationally, and career-wise. And put the Bible at the top of your “books to read” list.  If you not growing you are stagnant and everything stagnant eventually stinks!!

(2) Rewards.

Author Mike Delaney remarked, “Any business or industry that pays equal rewards to its goof-offs and its eager beavers, sooner or later will find itself with more goof-offs than eager beavers. What you reward, good or bad, in yourself and in others, you’ll keep getting more of.”  So if you tell yourself I work hard, I deserve to go out this weekend, but you failed to start your business, or take your business to the next level. Rewarding unrewardable behavior will reap nothing but bad fruits.

(3) Results.

The next time you face a must-do task, and think of doing what’s convenient instead of paying the price, change your focus. Count the benefits of doing what’s right, and dive in. Instead of focusing on the “work,” focus on the “reward.” When you focus on the reward the task gets a lot more meaningful and increase your chances of actually completing it.

Click Here to get started.

I look forward to working with you in order to keep improving and building a better life.


Ashield Hodge

Are you a sluggard?

What exactly is a sluggard?

Robert Hicks says, “Feeling we’re entitled to things without being willing to do the necessary labor to obtain them”. This is rampant throughout our society. Just look at the number of people receiving financial assistance from the Government.  I cannot understand for my life why one would bring a child into this world if they cannot afford to take care of them or even more frustrating doing it multiple times and expect the Government to help take care of them. Sluggard!!!

There’s one thing you’ll never convince the sluggard of: that he’s a sluggard. The lazy man is wiser in his own eyes than 10 men who can answer sensibly. Even if ten wise men tell him he’s lazy, he will not admit it—no matter if he’s outnumbered ten to one. You can tell a sluggard, but you can’t tell him much. Is this you? Be honest with yourself.

The desire of the lazy man kills him, for his hands refuse to labor” (Pr 21:25 NKJV).

A sluggard’s two favorite words are “one day.” You can hear him or her saying, “One day I’m going to hit it big.” Or, “One day I’m going to own my own online business.” Or, “One day I’m going to…” (You fill in the blank)! He or she always has an excuse as to why they can’t work.

Remember Excuses are tools of the incompetent which create monuments of nothingness.  Those who specialize in them are seldom good in anything

When the sluggard looks out the front door of life, he doesn’t see a highway of opportunity, he only sees one big briar patch.

Benjamin Franklin was right when he said, “I never knew a man who was good at making excuses, who was good at anything else.” Bottom line: The sluggard would rather make an excuse than make a living.

Stop making excuses, get off your lazy boy and start making a better living for yourself and your family.

Click Here to learn how to create a second source of income without a second job.

If the Egyptians built the Pyramids without Machines, I know you can Build a Business without Excuses.

Click Here to stop being a sluggard and begin creating a second source of residual income.

So the word for you today is: Don’t be a sluggard!


Ashield Hodge


Fear and Faith

Any time you attempt something for the first time, or something you’ve failed at before, or something you think is too big for you, you’ll experience both fear and faith. They go together. One will win out over the other, but they never go away.

It’s fear of failure that stops us most of the time. Yet as you look back, you realize that most times failure doesn’t do permanent damage at all; you actually grow through it. I can attest to this as I have failed times and times again.

Dr. Joan Borysenko writes: “When I was admitted to Harvard, I was sure there had been a computer error and I’d be exposed as a fraud.

A lawyer friend of mine stops short of terror every time she has to give a final argument before a jury. Even when you’re an expert, fear doesn’t necessarily go away. It’s accepting fear as part of the journey instead of running from it, that helps you to conquer it.”

To go anywhere, you must launch out from somewhere, or you’ll get nowhere. American essayist Hamilton Wright Mabie said, “The question for each man to settle is not what he would do if he had the means, time, influence, and educational advantages, but what he will do with the things he has.” So confront your fear, step out in faith, and believe God for success.

So whats stopping you from financial freedom?

Click Here to overcome fear and step out in faith.

Look forward to getting you from where you are to who you are.


Ashield Hodge