Who You Learn From Matters

Who You Learn From Matters

It took longer than anticipated to respond to Thomas Power and after some deep soul searching conversations in the mirror I’ve decided to create MORE  joy in my life. I need to laugh more and do things just FOR ME.  I’m happy serving others, but I realise that I must pay more attention to myself.

Successful years are made up of successful months.
Successful months are made up of successful weeks.
Successful weeks are made up of successful days.
Successful days are made up of successful hours.
Successful hours start from the night before.

’The success is in the preparation’ I’ve heard my coach Gloria Mayfield Banks repeat this over and over again. It wasn’t until I had to forensically manage my mind-set, and those that come into my space, did the reality of her words pierce every fibre of my being. In order to better manage my space I had to get clear on what was good for me and what was not, that I could put the necessary boundaries in place to help myself. You are better able to execute the plan when you prepare for it. Prayer and preparation are my platforms for progress.

Whilst using the project planner gifted to me by Mentee & C.E.O of Cultivate Cloud, Ruth Ofori-Danso, I decided to create my ‘habit tracker’ –  this would enable me to track my habits and better monitor my holistic progress. I can see clearly when I have met my personal habit creation goals that will ultimately have a massive impact on my plans and objectives for the year.

Alan Brennan gifted me a copy of Hal Elrod’s book: The Miracle Morning –  the S.A.V.E.R.S framework helped me to refine my morning routine in order to have a more fabulous start to every day.

Who you learn from matters! Are you learning from every situation what to do and what not to do?. All of my mentors in some way have demonstrated a level of wisdom, integrity, focus, progress and growth in different areas of their own life that I subscribe to and endeavour to replicate in my own journey of life.

In an ironic turn of events this cancer diagnosis has given me a clearer vision of life, my focus is becoming sharper and I’m re-positioning myself for greater. My habits and environment must be conducive for growth.

I’m sharing this because I want you to get comfortable with checking your breasts (If you are a male check yours too because breast cancer doesn’t only affect women).  Recognise what “normal” looks like so that you can be aware when things are abnormal. Cancer does not discriminate!) I know this to be true.

By | 2020-02-06T13:05:45+00:00 February 18th, 2020|Categories: My Insights|1 Comment

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