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“My Life is my message” Ghandi
The Message of our Logo are Principles for Leading a Life of Significance-
The following is an outline of how we will continuously move from survival– NOT Leading yourself
to Success– Leading yourself
and onto SIGNIFICANCE– Leading others.
1 Think- The Principle of Leadership
2 Think Box- The Principle of “One Thing”
3 Think Focus- The Principle of Mission
4 Think Solutions- The Principle of Responsibility
5 Think King- The Principle of Integrity
6 Thinking Outside the Box- The Principle of Belief
7 Thinking Outside the Box- The Principle of Partnering
8 Thinking Outside the Box- The Principle of Adaptability
9 Think Steps- The Principle of Continuous Improvement
10 Think TM- The Principle of Time Matters
11 Think TM- The Principle of Little Things Matter
12 Think S- The Principle of Significance
The Law of the Land and The Law of Life- “You Reap What You Sow”
This course will help us learn to sow good habits in accordance with the principles of life in order to reap a bountiful harvest that will not only feed us, but the people in our lives. For in the end we cannot achieve Significance without sharing the harvest with others and helping them raise their level of living.
Take a moment and assess how you are applying your insights, answers and commitments to last week’s review of your Physical, Financial, Vocational, Mental/Emotional, Relational, Purposeful and Spiritual Life. Are you keeping your commitments? Just keep taking one step at a time each day in the right direction and you will change the direction of your life.
You may find that in trying to improve in all seven areas of your life at the same time is overwhelming. As we move forward we will learn how to develop a holistic, coordinated plan that will help us improve all the areas of our life at the same time by ultimately submitting to our “One Thing.”
46. What is the message of your life bases on what you are sowing? 47. What do you want to be the message of your life and what will you change to live out this message? “All men die, few men really live.”William Wallace, in the movie “Braveheart”
We often live for almost anything and we feel dead inside. When we discover what we are willing to die for, then we will discover how to really live.