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personal growth

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Why You Need To Keep A Journal

“Keeping a personal journal a daily in-depth analysis and evaluation of your experiences is a high-leverage activity that increases self-awareness and enhances all the endowments and the synergy among them.” — Stephen R. Covey   We experience each day in a different light. As we go through our routines, we learn new lessons and think new thoughts daily. This is why you sho[...]

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10 Quotes On Personal Growth

Dream and give yourself permission to envision a YOU that you choose to be. ~ Joy Page You pile up enough tomorrows, and you’ll find you are left with nothing but a lot of empty yesterdays. — Meredith Willson If you’re not feeling motivated — you’re either not experiencing enough pain to change, or you’re not curious enough about the power of possibility. — Chris Sm[...]

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Being Friends With God

Last year, I had the opportunity to work towards building a friendship I am totally grateful for now. Although at the time we spent most of our weekends together because we had the same weekend commitments, I knew I wanted to take it a step further. Currently, we talk every day and are very much involved in each other's lives. We have built our friendship over the months and we are clos[...]

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Read Your Bible Knowing The Person Of Christ

The only day I had no school was on Saturdays. I had to do regular compulsory basic education on weekdays and attend Sunday School on Sunday mornings without fail.   During my Sunday school days, teachers shared stories from the Bible and either admonished or refrained us from acting like the characters we studied based on their nature. The best part was after classes. We ate crackers a[...]

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Walking In The Supernatural

 Walking with God gives us access to the supernatural. Experiencing the supernatural is God showing up in our daily routines as we follow His prompts. It is God giving us several magic moments throughout the day. The manifestation of the supernatural is not always frightening. Therefore, if we only look forward to the frightening occurrences we might miss a huge part of the supernatural.[...]

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Ask For Help Receiving The Help You Need

  Hitherto, I struggled with asking for help from others. I feared I would come across as a burden. I was scared of rejection. Moreso, I thought I could refuse help and fix everything by myself with time. Fortunately, I realised that our lives are intertwined and we would always need the contribution of one another. I began to understand why I needed more help than I thought and ho[...]

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On Self-Sabotage: Eliminating The Enemy Within You Are Worthy

A story is told of a lady who had lived in abject poverty for a long time. She had become so accustomed to her financial state that after she got a well-paying job, she couldn’t believe she deserved her wage, hence couldn’t spend the money. Although she had prayed for a breakthrough, she didn’t think she deserved that much when her prayers were answered. She stayed in doubt and secre[...]

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Declutter: Clean Up The Mess Dropping The Excess Baggage

Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication - Leonardo da Vinci Decluttering your entire life gives you the chance to focus on the things that matter.  A lot of the things we think we need are not essentials of life. In fact, we can thrive without most of the things we think are deal breakers. For possessions, less is more. You will not realise how light you can actually be until you ac[...]

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Finding Mentors and Choosing Role Models The People Who Inspire Growth

We draw inspiration from people to dream big, believe in our dreams and work till they come into fruition. Representation matters. When you see other people become what you aspire to be, it spikes your willingness to improve and do better. Apart from the friends who rob off us daily and help us to level up, mentors and role models can play a huge role in making us believe in ourselves and[...]

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Labelling And Managing Emotions The Path to Self-Mastery.

Would you have a great empire? Rule over yourself.— Publius Syrus  As long as I could remember, I would continually project my feelings of anger on my younger brother whenever my mother got me angry. He seemed to be the perfect person to comfortably transfer my anger to. It was later in life that I got to understand this act as Displacement, a defence mechanism. Over the course of my[...]