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Thursday, 14 December 2017

Day11: Re-calibrating Your Ambitions #PsychologistOfChange

(Hey guys, its 31 days to go.)

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It's time to start asking what we want...

Without being grandiose today, I'd just ask a simple question, what do you want for your life?

It seems easy to answer but try it out.


Many people, I mean many people go through life not knowing what they want.
They beat about the bush, dilly dally and merry go round in the affairs of life, and then they expect a miracle. For some folks, they go to church praying that the will of God be done without being ready to do His will. Some people just want something or in their best English expression, they just want ‘anything’.

As a student, I was taught that clarity is power and specificity is an asset. If you want to be successful now, next year and beyond, you've got to be specific.

What do you want for yourself?

Life will give you only what you ask of it. If you ask ambiguously you may not be given but when you ask intelligently and specifically you'll be given.

Pause and think. Don't just have good plans or  strategy. Sit down and ask, ‘What do I want?’ then pick up yourself and go.

My friend, don't ignore this question, ask yourself what you want for your life!

What if you're heading towards the wrong direction and in the end your success leans on the wrong ladder? You won't be happy. So define your life.

What do you want for your life to change spiritually? Financially? Emotionally?

I've done my part today by letting you know that it is not easy to see something you're not looking for.

Now it's your turn to pick yourself up, determine what you want and live your life to the fullest.


I am Emmanuel Uti

Kindly comment below.

#PsychologistOfChange

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