This is the 2nd section of my blog. It severes as a manual for specific ways I've learned to grow myself. These will be short principles that have brought me great insight and understanding of myself, people, and the world. I hope you can utilize them in your life and share with others. Remember, you don't want to miss my daily memoir: "The Mindset of Purpose". Both blogs are located at: live600.weebly.com.You will see "blog" twice at the top right or left of your screen. One will take you to this page, and the other will take you to my memoir. Follow me on Instagram @Girldesperation and on Facebook @LaToya Easter. Every post on this page will begin with this greeting and the blog will begin hereafter.
Thank you for LIVE- ing,
1.) Purposeful Acts
Not everything you invest in yourself will lead to the promise land; however, everything you invest in will ultimately lead to experiences that manifest knowledge about the path to being successful. Enlightment comes when one has experienced or observed failure as an act, and not a damnation to life. We are more prone to failures before we succeed; its [failure] is a pre-set hypocritical prerequisite to success. Because we carry out our actions in two ways, rationally and irrationally, we forget to consider which side of those reactions we choose should be based on the purposeful values we seek. It's counterproductive to respond to any situation without assessing the value and the consequence of your response. Be stealth in your actions.
2.) Meaningful Positions
Whatever you do know the path to the top. If you have a pedagogy in something you are more valuable to your specified skill or area of expertise. People who can teach others how to "do" will always have marketability. Companies grow by the abilities of others to excecute task and roles in their organization. However, if you have ambitions to make it to the top and you are just teaching others how to get there, then you may pigeon hole yourself within the organization. You must position yourself not only as a good facilitator but as a phenomenal leader. Leaders gain the title because they have followers; albeit those followers may come willingly or simply by design of someone's position. The only way that title really matters is if it gives you some degree of power over others. How you use that power is critical to how long you will have it.
3.) Plan to Execute
Do not live on dreams. You should map out every goal you want to achieve. Know exactly what you need to get to where you want to go. Consider what you already have to get there, what and who you will need to get there, and the obstacles you may face in the process. Nothing worth having is ever easy. The rare fortune that falls in the lap of fools is usually short lived. If you have a well designed plan of how to get to where you want to go, you are already ahead of many others trying to get to the same place. Draw your map, start your expedition, and execute your plan.