Sharma Taylor

Press Service International

Sharma Taylor is a corporate attorney with a Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Law from Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand. This year, she is committed to believing for bigger things. She was the 2017 Basil Sellers International Young Writers winner in the young writer program and the 2019 Tronson Award (International). The young writer program is coordinated by Press Service International (PSI) in conjunction with Christian Today with over 100 young writers from Australia, New Zealand and around the world.

  • How to lead - 3 Biblical lessons on leadership

    I recently started a new job in a different company. My current role is the most senior position I have ever held. I am in charge of leading a team of legal professionals in serving a dynamic, fast-paced regional financial services conglomerate. It is both an honour and a weighty responsibility.

  • The Stopgap Effect

    Have you ever felt like you're just taking up space?

  • What do you know?

    A co-worker who moved to Barbados a couple of months ago, told me about her cousin from overseas who’d recently visited her in Barbados.

  • How The Wisdom of My Friend Harry Can Help Your Relationships

    My friend Harry has the kind of marriage that single and married folks would envy. If you spend any time with Harry, you’ll immediately notice how frequently he brings up his “honey”, his wife to whom he’s been married for over 30 years.

  • Look out! How to avoid repeating mistakes

    Why is it that we can so clearly see the mistakes of others, and yet repeat these same mistakes in our own lives?

  • Three Life-changing Resolutions for 2021

    Maybe, like me, you started 2021 with targets about what you wanted to achieve. Perhaps you’re now questioning your ability to reach the goals made about your health, fitness, finances and so on.

  • What a year! some suggestions for making it through – Part 2

    In Part 1, I gave you some encouragement about ending the year well and how you can look forward to the next year with anticipation for great things. To pause and reflect is very valuable to enable us to move forward.

  • What a year! some suggestions for making it through – Part 1

    What an incredible year 2020 has been! The world has seen disruption of economies, industries, families and personal lives. People and their loved ones have gotten ill and over a million people have died worldwide from a new disease.

  • It’s simple

    Many times when I have conversations with non-Christian friends or hear non-Christians talking about Christianity or expressing apprehension about it, there is an idea that somehow Christianity is a difficult thing.

  • The reason you shouldn’t fear Covid-19 (or anything else for that matter) Part 2

    In Part 1 under this heading I left the story at the point where Mary seemed to accuse Jesus that had he not delayed getting there, Lazarus might not have died.