I CAME LATE TO THE PARTY BUT FULL OF GRATITUDE

December is here, finally!!! 

Welcome

Oboshan!

Káàbọ̀!

Sannu da zuwa!

nno̱!

Bienvenue

La Bienvenida

Welkom

Hey Tribe!

Welcome to a new week and our first official post in December. 

I guess you are as excited as I am because a lot has happened this year and we are grateful to be alive to witness the last month of the year. 

Yes, December is here and we hope even more than ever before that only the best is reserved for us in this new month. It is my prayer that God perfects all that concerns us and we will surely end the year with testimonies.

This is the last month of this eventful year, 2021 and the  Tribe is in a thanksgiving mood till the end of the year. Appreciating God in totality for the highs and lows and everything in between.


It is also time to review the year that is just about to pass by. How was your vision board? How did you fair with all the plans you had written in there? What went well and what were you not able to achieve? What would you have done differently if given another chance?
Then do it because the time is now.

You will also have to grade yourself based on your review. What areas do you need improvement? Then use that to create your vision for 2022.

Now think of how you will achieve this vision you have created. 

Prepare a timeline, set reminders, and deadlines. Dedicate time to your vision and jealously guide your time.

Stay accountable to your goals and have accountability partners.

When all this is done, give thanks.

Gratitude is a currency. You have to own it to spend it.

Have a good week ahead.


Xoxo
©️Rachel Jesuseme 





Comments

  1. Gratitude is a currency.
    You have to own it to spend it.


    That's my take home!

    ReplyDelete

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