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Building Generational Wealth

February 13, 2020

Systemic issues that seek to prevent building general wealth in black families will probably always exist within this country

 

Poverty Mentality

The Black community have suffered for so long from poverty, that many of us have developed and have become attached to a poverty (scarcity) mentality. We have generations of families that have nothing to offer the next generation which serves to continue the legacy of poverty, poverty mindset, and financial dependence.

Here we are celebrating another Black History month, and many families are still in the same financial situations as the years before. Building wealth is not the only goal for black families. But, building wealth is a necessity.

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Abundant Living, Skills

8 Steps to Achieving Your Goals and Visions

February 6, 2020

How do you go about achieving your goals and visions in life?

If you’ve made the decision to achieve more in your life, then you’ve made the decision to see beyond your current situation. You’ve decided to aim higher than your current station in life.

You’ve chosen to believe bigger than what you can currently see. So, how do you go about achieving that big dream or goal that lives in your heart?

To do this, you’ve got to see the vision and take action.

If you’re seeking to achieve your vision, this means that you’ve decided to move beyond the thinking and dreaming phase. This is the phase where you begin to take action. Let’s look at 8 steps to achieving your goals and dreams, so that we can help you achieve all that you’re dreaming of.

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Abundant Living, Mental Health

How to Live a Committed Life

January 30, 2020

Do you want to know how to live a committed life?

Do you want to improve the quality of your life?

In working with clients, I’ve come to realize that people are afraid of commitment. People are afraid to go all in for a goal or a dream. They are afraid that they will fail and that things will fall apart. People want guarantees that when they chase after a dream, the outcome will be how they envisioned it.

But, that’s not how life works.

 You will reap what you sow, but only God knows the future. Therefore, only God can guarantee the exact outcome. People who have chased after their dreams will tell you that you should focus on enjoying the journey rather than focusing only on the destination.

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Abundant Living, Featured Category, Prolific Life

What is Abundant Living?

January 24, 2020
Bowl of blueberries

Have you ever wondered about an abundant life?

Have you ever considered what it means to have an abundant life?

What is abundant living for you?

As I mentioned at the beginning of 2020, I wanted to change up the content on the blog as I wanted to focus more on holistic health. I believe that when you are nourishing yourself in all areas of your life, your health feels like its at its prime.

When you are taking the time to truly nourish yourself mentally, emotionally, spiritually, you begin to gain a deeper glimpse of who you truly are.

Additionally, I am in my own abundant living journey and I look forward to sharing principles, skills, and practices to help you live out your own abundance.

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Abundant Living, Mental Health

5 Reasons to Journal

January 22, 2020
Open journal with a pen in the middle

So, to start off this topic – 5 Reasons to Journal, let us first take the time to define journaling.

 

What is journaling?

Journaling is the process of recording one’s feelings, thoughts, and experiences.

Journals offer a way to track our progress, maturity, and growth through self-awareness, relationships, developmental stages, and life transitions. If done with true honesty and openness, journaling can help us uncover hidden truths, traumas, and beliefs that have unconsciously guided us in our lives.

Resist the urge to rush through the journaling process. There will be days when you write more. And some days, you may journal less. You do not necessarily have to journal everyday as long as it is a consistent regular schedule.

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