I am currently reading the book, Start with Why, How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action. This book reveals so much and speaks to me personally.
… I believe the only way to truly not only survive but thrive, is by planning for and expecting survival. Walking intentionally far outweighs reactionary living.
Today is the first day back in the class in the new year. During the Winter Break from my 7th/8th grade English class, many of my students were constantly on my mind. I wondered about their day-to-day lives and if all their needs were being met. My students are a very important part of my Truth!
What are your goals for the coming month, year, and so on?
What dreams have you made excuses about and delayed taking action?
Understanding who you are is essential to your personal development, relationships, reaching your true potential, and living authentically.
As I grew up and began to read more self-help books, I realized that journaling was therapeutic. I started using my journal as a way to cast a vision for a better future.
Feeling as if I am ‘required’ to do anything seems to conflict with my core personal value of freedom.
One of my greatest struggles in life has been my inability to make a decision at times.
Before we can begin any positive transformation in our lives, we must have a baseline assessment of who we are today; not just surface conscious knowledge but at the sub-conscious level. What drives you? What is most important to you? What is your TRUTH? Determining your personal core values is the first step in this important process.
Time to reboot! I have anxiously awaited this day. There is something about starting at one again that excites me every year. As I look back to 2018, a great deal was accomplished and gremlins were slain. This year, I am turning up my accountability furnace. Yes, it’s about to get hot and you will…