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.) Your integrity.
You could be the poorest person in the world, and still carry your integrity high on your shoulders. A person with high integrity can be the wealthiest person in the room where the playing field is even. Many people believe you have to be ruthless to get to the top, but in reality the respect people have for you will last longer if they see you as a person with high integrity. At times, a person with high integrity is as blunt and upfront as a ruler; however, unlike a ruthless person at least you know where they stand. Never compromise your morals and values for the sake of fitting-in or being accepted. Your integrity can lead you to the top of any mountain.
Compromising your respect, your respect for self and your respect for others, is detrimental to your reputation. People who don't demand respect and/or give respect will be the target of envious people. If your enemy spots your greatest flaw as being a person with a lack of respect from others, they will slowly chip away at your armor. A leader will always be the target of their subordinates if they don't respect them. Build the foundation of your reputation with respect.
3.) Your goals.
This is the number one aspect that people often give away or give up on. You should rigorously pursue your goals. If you stop your pursuits, you will face two empty feelings: wonder and failure. If you invest work into your goals, do not be so quick to give them up when the vision falls short. Reevaluate and revisit your goals with focus and persistency until you reach the peek of your investment within them.