Pastor Dr. Walter Sims Reopens Self Investment Workshop

Pastor Dr. Walter Sims Reopens Self Investment Workshop

Dothan, United States - January 12, 2018 /NewsNetwork/ —

Pastor Dr Walter Sims consultant, life coach, minister of motivation and public speaker has reopened his video workshop on self investment. Pastor Dr Sims has been recognized globally as the Minister of Motivation and has been helping people for over 25 years. And now with the help of the world wide web he has built a following of over 10,000 people online who pray with him every week. Pastor Dr. Walter Sims is encouraging people to invest in their self via this energetic video workshop which is designed to help people focus on investing in their own lives for the new year instead of games of chance.

When asked the first steps to gambling on themselves Pastor Dr. Sims said “Start with believing in yourself because if you wont no one will. Also you have to run the risk of being right about you. That means you have to major in knowing who you are and minor in questioning your abilities. Your greatest investment is in the mirror.”

Pastor Dr Sims continued “God didn’t gamble on you because he knew you were the sure bet. So now it is time to invest in a sure thing meaning yourself.”

About Pastor Dr Sims Free Gambling on Self Workshop

Pastor Dr Sims gambling on self video workshop is FREE and online and you can access it 24/7. Because it is delivered in Video format you can watch and listen anytime. It is direct short and consumable. Plus it is filled with lots of spiritual and actionable value.

About Pastor Dr Walter Sims

Pastor Dr Walter Sims is a Speaker, Trainer and Motivator. A spiritual leader by profession, Pastor Dr. Sims holds a Master of Ministry degree, Doctorate of Divinity degree, as well as a professional life coach certification. And founder of the 21 Day Reinvention Bootcamp.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr Walter SIms
Organization: Minister of Motivation LLC
Address: P.O. Box 10126, Dothan, Alabama 36304, United States
Phone: +1-205-225-9757

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Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 286475

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