Posts tagged Life Designer University
Clarifying Your Roles & Responsibilities

Life is a huge play, and we all have roles we have to perform. According to Matt Perman, author of What’s Best Next, a role is defined as an area of responsibility.

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Redefining Your Priorities

Have you ever thought about what matters most in your life? The life-giving things that will add value and impact to your life and the lives of those around you? It’s easy to forget these things and succumb to idle living at times.

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Getting Clear on Your Mission : The Key to Not Wasting Your Life or Your Time

I’ll never forget the summer of 2015 when God revealed to me my purpose. It was right after I graduated from Howard University, I moved to North Carolina to begin my Master’s program at UNC at Greensboro.

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Resetting Your Focus

A new calendar year tends to spark a sense of passion and urgency in you. With intense passion, you fire up your notes app, grab your planner, and start mapping out your takeover plan for the year, convincing yourself that this year of all years will finally be different.

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Rest & Restore: The Key to Finishing What You Started

Living freely and lightly is something that I’ve always struggled with. Call it my Enneagram One(ness) if you will, but my ambition to see change, growth, and success has often dually straddled the line of being a fiery passion and a demanding burden, often because for me there is always work to be done and improvements to be made.

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Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone

I’ve never cared too much for change. I have no shame admitting that I love stability and comfort. Don’t we all to a certain degree? Whether it’s the comfort of hearing your mother’s voice, or the contentment of walking into your cozy home, or the gratification of having a steady paycheck, the truth is we all crave comfort and favor the familiar.

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Setting Goals That Are In Season

Last summer, I was in the throes of wedding planning, and if you’ve been married before you know what that means: stress upon stress upon stress. We were four months out from the wedding and almost every other day was filled with venue visits, cake tastings, decor meetings, and other taxing to-dos.

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