Your Journey of Self-Discovery
Updated: Feb 21
Happy Black History Month!
February is a time to reflect on the significant contributions that African Americans have made to this country. After all, Black History IS American History!
It is important for us to recognize and appreciate the contribution of our ancestors in this great land in which we live.
It is also important for you to become CLEAR on where you are going, WHY it is important to you, and HOW you are going to get there, because,
YOU have something to offer to the world.
I ancestors fought to long and hard for you not to be successful and to use your full God given potential to help others along your path.
The Lord has put unique gifts, skills and talents in YOU, that are needed. But, if you are unclear about your direction, it can be hart do know which way to go, and what next step to take.
If need some help in figuring out who YOU are, then this episode of Becoming a Fearless Woman can give you some guidance.
In the last episode I talked to you about your direction, and asked you a few questions:
Where are you going?
What is your VISION for your life?
WHY is this vision, this place you want to go, this thing you want to achieve, WHY is it some important to you?
BUT, suppose you don't have a vision for your life?
Suppose you don't have any idea about where you are going or what you should be doing?
I can relate to that. There was a time in my life where I felt the same way, and I'm going to share with you my story and how I came to learn more about myself.
The video above gives you some things to work on:
Your Life Book, with tabs for:
Resumes and Transcripts
Job Descriptions that interest you
Values Discussion Cards - click on the link below
And ask yourself these questions:
1. What am I good at?
2. What kind of job or opportunity am I looking for?
3. What does the perfect job or situation look like?
4. What is important to me?
5. What don't I want?
6. What does personal and professional success look like to me?
I hope these ideas give you something to think about. Let me know how it goes!
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