Join me at 5:00 a.m. EST everyday in the month of September for a 5-minute moment on discovering your purpose.
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Here is the 5-day Recap:
- Day 11- Restructure your day: There are 24 hours in a day which equals 168 hours in a week. The average person spends 40 hours a week at work. If you sleep six hours a day (42 hours) that leaves 86 hours in the week. Calculate how much time you dedicate to commuting, practices, meetings, etc. and figure out how much time you dedicate to your purpose. It’s important to restructure your day in such a way that you give consistent dedicated time and attention to your purpose. What can you organize differently in order to spend more time to your purpose.
- Day 12- Reevaluate your decision: Reevaluate is a careful appraisal of your career, ministry, hobbies, etc. Assess the value of the things you do and the positions you hold. Are they worthy of your time? Are they adding or taking away from your purpose? Take inventory over the decisions you have made and see how you can change them.
- Day 13- Remove distractions: Removing distractions is easy, right? Not really. This is something that has to constantly be worked on. Whatever diverts your attention off of your purpose is a distraction. Who are those people or what are those things that make it difficult to focus? Distractions diminish your ability to receive valuable information concerning your purpose. Recognize them and remove them.
- Day 14- Relinquish Fear: Relinquish means to get rid of. On your journey to living purposefully, you must get rid of False Evidence Appearing Real (F.E.A.R). Fear convinces you that things will happen based on distorted perceptions and cause you to run from your purpose. 2 Timothy 1:7 (NKJV) For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind. God has given us three things to conquer fear.
- Day 15- Research the Process: Take time to research the actual process of going back to school, starting a school, starting that non-profit, starting that business, etc. Look at what is required. Connect with successful people to ask them some questions about the process. This is where you focus on the standard process. Don’t reinvent the process. See what is necessary to take the next steps.
I pray you are finding this 30-day journey helpful. Thank you for joining me.
~Nicole L. Ellis, MBA