Form meaningful goals, not “ridiculous goals”!!!
A successful person knows how to take the initiative in all environments, and positively affect his/her outcome. They continuously focus on developing strong communication and collaboration skills by building habits that support dependability. Being confident when assembling meaningful, impactful soft personality skills is also a reflection of success. Extended self-determination will lead to increased independence. Also, consider a logical progression in which they can be built upon one another. You can’t achieve your goals by waving a magic wand or just wishing for it. The purpose of meaningful goals are not so you can get the result, it’s what the end result will make you as a person. Know what responsibilities you will be taking on if given what you want, and accept them without missing a beat.
Meaningful goals create emotion and drive inside of you. They spur you to grow and expand. We expect to get exactly what we want without being clear as to what that is. By being absolutely clear as to what your goal is and more importantly why you must achieve your goal, you will find your purpose. And purpose is stronger than outcome. We’re setting goals because we want to become better versions of ourselves or we want to upgrade our life experiences. We have personally selected these milestones as a way to make it happen. fundamental-key-success
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Time Is Valuable
If something or someone monopolizes you, they demand a lot of your time and attention, so that there is very little time left for anything or anyone else.
Too often, a person can irritate me because they just have too many needs and they don’t consolidate their requests making me spend an inordinate amount of time helping them. know that there is such a thing as people who interrupt others rudely or impatiently. Still, over the years, I have found that the people who complain about others rudely interrupting them (for additional help) they mostly are those who are frequently helping others.
Cast your anxieties on him, for he cares for you. 1 Peter 5:7
People who try to control others are themselves out of control. These individuals will latch on to that which they know they can control thus making them feel better. It is kind of a fortification for them. That’s why people who squander our time generally obstruct our productivity and annoy us in the process. Whatever is going on for them is never about you. Being a control freak is a compulsion. Recognize that it began for them long before you showed up. Human nature allows us to take things like this personally. Don’t!!! Remember, they are doing this for their own sense of inner control, but doing it via outward expression. In other words they try to do it to everyone.
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Jealousy is considered by many to be disparaging and not conducive or healthy for positive growth in relationships. We all share some form of jealousy. But; how we act upon this destructive emotion is what is paramount! Jealousy strikes both men and women and is most typically aroused when a person perceives a threat to a valued relationship from a third party. Being resentful/envious of someone who has something we do not have.
The Bible tells us that we are to have the perfect kind of love that God has for us. “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.” (1 Corinthians 13:4-5). The more we focus on ourselves and our own desires, the less we are able to focus on God. When we harden our hearts to the truth, we cannot turn to Jesus and allow Him to heal us (Matthew 13:15). But when we allow the Holy Spirit to control us, He will produce in us the fruit of our salvation, which is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control (Galatians 5:22-23).
Falling in love is as pleasurable and thrilling as a sunrise on a white sandy beach. We are created to fall in love. People who have a high frequency of love experiences tend to have high self-confidence. Anyone who has loved and lost, and loved again will tell you just how addictive love can be. But beyond the surface even the smallest part of you, your cells, are working to bond with companionship. We tend to gravitate to similar personalities in others. It is only natural that one likes someone who is easy to talk to, because they understand you and every simple statement doesn’t have to be backed up by an elaborate explanation of what you’re trying to say.
1 Corinthians 13:1-13
If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am a noisy gong or a clanging cymbal. And if I have prophetic powers, and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have all faith, so as to remove mountains, but have not love, I am nothing. If I give away all I have, and if I deliver up my body to be burned, but have not love, I gain nothing. Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. Love does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful.
Love is more than sex! We jump to the conclusion that sex is involved; not realizing that camaraderie are much deeper than 10 minutes of blissful lust. You can choose to surrender to love, or not, but in the end love strikes like lightening, unpredictable and irrefutable.
List to mull over:
- Commonalities that you share
- Shared emotional connections
- Relative values and moralities
- Alike patience
- Honesty, humble and approachable
- Faithful and spiritually sound
You know you’re falling in love when you like that person a lot and having to pretend to be so blasé about it. And, all the time you are experiencing high anxiety when you’re in their company. You have to restrain yourself from talking about that person with your friends all the time. If you could you’d gush about them constantly. But out of respect for your friends and their sanity, you hold back…