Aug 29

Peace in volatile markets. With the stock market falling and life investments failing (Bill Gates lost $3.2 Billion on Monday alone!), peace can still be found.

The stock market is a metaphor for everyday life, of sorts. Ever had a life experience where the “bottom falls out”? Ever thought life should be going one direction and it shoots in another? With every twist, turn and disappointment, peace can reign. How?

First, there are no failures in life, only lessons to learn. When Edison was asked how he handled thousands of failures before discovering electricity, he replied, “I never failed, but I learned thousands of ways that didn’t work”. 

If we have the mindset of “learning” from each of our endeavors – there are no failures. We can rest and have peace with that! Count it a joy to learn from each experience, use what you’ve learned on the next and watch life flourish!

Next, know beyond a shadow of a doubt that all things will work together for your good. Reminds me of the song, “Thank God for unanswered prayers”. Many times what we think is best for us, isn’t. In fact, some of the most grueling times in my life have worked more for my good than some of the greatest successes in my life.

When I try and push things, they seldom work. When I give up control and live in the present with an attitude of thankfulness, everything seems to work. Embrace and appreciate all life experiences, learn the lessons and allow an inexplicable peace to saturate every part of your life…

Aug 12

Good or bad, a snapshot in time should not de-fine us, but re-fine us. If we experience a “good” event like winning an award, closing a big deal or anything else that brings “positive” recognition, we should learn from that event and use what we’ve learned in our next endeavor. By contrast, if we experience a “bad” event like loosing money, a failed relationship, or anything else that brings “negative” recognition, we should also learn from that event and use what we’ve learned in our next endeavor. So, if we can use and grow from what we’ve learned from any event or experience in our life, who’s to label either “good” or “bad”? What if the things we learn from so called “bad” events actually help more as we progress through life than the “good” ones? How many people have won the lottery, only to lose all of their friends and file for bankruptcy within a few years following this “good” event? How many people have experienced a devastating loss or a “bad” event that served as the catalyst to nudged them in a direction that they never would have gone otherwise, and experienced success and fulfillment like never before because of it? Use all events in life to learn from and allow them to re-fine you, but never de-fine you. All things will work together for our good…

Mar 01

Throughout difficult times, it’s more important to appreciate what is, in lieu of worrying about what is not. A heart of gratitude and thanksgiving will ultimately place you in a state of mind to receive. Once in that state, your own situation will surely change. Make a list now of the top ten things you’re thankful for… then say those things out-loud each morning when you wake up. Over the course of the next 30 days, keep track of what’s changed… you’ll be pleasantly surprised!

Nov 14

Henry A. Penix has been featured on some of the nation’s top television stations including TBN, ABC, UPN, Direct T.V., Daystar, CTN, BET and Le Sea Broadcast. Once unable to purchase his own weddings rings at a cost of $130, every area of his life was changed upon the implementation of certain processes he now teaches. Henry has been booked nationally as a keynote speaker with:Henry has been booked nationally as a keynote speaker with:

  • Zig Ziglar
  • Dr. Ken Blanchard
  • Dr. John Maxwell
  • Peter Lowe
  • Brian Tracy
  • Norm Miller
  • Tom Hopkins
  • Dr. Creflo Dollar

He has received the following national awards:

  • Recipient of SBA’s Entrepreneur of the Year Award
  • Recipient of the National Blue Chip Enterprise Initiative Award
  • Recipient of OVF’s Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies Award
  • Received commendations from Governor Walters, as well as the Senate and House of Representatives, for leadership
  • Recipient of an Honorary Doctorate of Christian Leadership

References (more available upon request):“ Thank you for your willingness to share from the heart on your recent appearance on LIFE TODAY. We have a potential viewing audience of more than 100 million households, so imagine the impact that your message can have! You did great!”

James Robison – Host of LIFE TODAY

“Of all the success stories I’ve heard, I can only think of a few that carry the impact that Henry A. Penix’s does. Hearing about the journey that Henry and his wife made to get where they are today, a place of true success, really touched me personally……a tremendous testimony that needs to be heard.”

Peter Lowe – President/CEO of Get Motivated Success Seminars

 “Henry A. Penix has done an outstanding job of outlining the steps for you to become all your were created to be. His new book is truly a gift for your life, read it!”

Ken Blanchard – The One-Minute Manager

Iowa Client: “I’ve read most of Steven Covey’s work. I have Anthony Robbins audio and books, Norman Vincent Peal, Brian Tracy, and the list goes on. I teach people in corporations how to identify their goals, create a plan and accomplish their objectives. I really wasn’t sure that my life coach, or anyone else, could give me anything new. However, I did know that I needed help for life to be as I felt it should be. Thank you for coaching and facilitating my journey. I now feel I’m on the right path to do great things.”