a young lady in action
Day by day goes by and some are still in search for new endeavors. Being bored is getting old. To be honest, we are all aging as well. With that being said, it is time to take control of our lives today! Babe, let’s be more productive - that is super attractive!❤️
The verifiable truth is that most of my readers are innocent, perky gals. I love the way you girls strive to become successful and intelligent young ladies. I want to thank you beautiful ladies for inspiring me to own my identity. This Tuesday, I want to chat about the astonishing power of a young lady in action.
We only get one life. Planning to live this “one life” average and ordinary should make you feel guilty. Keeping all of those bright ideas to yourself is not fair to the rest of us. Work on your dreams everyday. Your majestic invention may change somebody’s life. Your awesome achievement may benefit you and the rest of the world in the future. Think strategically about the different ways you can reach your goals faster. Every day is another opportunity to bring you closer to success. Now, let’s get to business.
“Actions, not words.” What happens today? Will today’s main priority be dealt with before everything else? Better yet, will that one important thing that you’re working on get one step closer to completing? Currently, I am reading a book called “The One Thing” by Gary Keller with Jay Papasan. This book drew my attention the minute I found out that it is about priorities. I personally love the idea of getting things done. The key is to fully focus with your heart, soul, and mind on achieving that “one” priority.
Gary Keller believes that “Success is built sequentially. It’s one thing at a time.” If your priority is family time this Tuesday, make sure to make note of your intentions. Be present and fully engaged. The people in front of you deserve your full attention and your life will seem richer.
The book also talks about the “Pareto Principle”. Richard Koch, in his book “The 80/20 Principle”, defines it as “the 80/20 Principle asserts that a minority of causes, inputs, or effort usually lead to a majority of the results, outputs, or rewards.” In other words, the majority of what you want will come from the minority of what you do. As long as what you are doing is the most important thing moving you closer to your goal. Don’t focus on getting everything done - focus on the most important priority. Even if you don’t get everything off of your “to-do” list, you still know that you did the most important things that are moving you closer to your success. Completing things step-by-step, one priority at a time is a good method for productivity. I’m positive those endorphin levels will explode once you reach your final goal for success.
What’s your calling? Find your niche, your passion, and work hard on developing the appropriate skills. I have to tell you this: you’re amazing at your “one thing”. If the risky chances make you nervous, think about why you started this in the first place. You can never forget about the purpose of your top priority. Adding on to that, commitment is very important when fulfilling your purpose. Take your priority into both hands and plant it. Don’t give up even after you see your seed grow!
My priority for today is to make my blog page relatable to my readers. I want to talk about the real things in life that we face each day. I enjoy chatting about the similar lifestyle that I share with my Christian young ladies. Also, I want to feel the connection once we open up our hearts. I pray that my blog's topics interest my beautiful ladies. Prayers go out to God for His creative input.
I want to always improve! I would heartily appreciate your thoughts, ideas, concerns, or even tips on how to make this blog a warm visit every time. Let me know what you’re interested in reading more about. Leave your comments below. My production for your engagement. This can be our little collaboration:)