As this year comes to an end, we must reflect. Not only on the good but also the bad.
Everything we experienced in 2019, was either a blessing or a lesson.
Shout out to the friends we gained, and even the ones we lost. Pat on the back for leaving those draining jobs, unequally yoked friendships, relationships, and marriages.
THERE IS GREATER IN STORE!
Thank God for the opportunities we have been awarded, the financial increase, mental clarity and peace of mind.
As we welcome 2020, think BIG and plan even BIGGER! No more mediocre goals!
If we think, plan and act the same as we did in 2019, NOTHING will be different in 2020. We must be the change we want to see. So while we are writing down “goals” for the new year, let’s also list action steps to help achieve that goal we desire to fulfill in the new year.
Stop Procrastinating. Procrastination is the thief of time.
Action Step: Set realistic deadlines.
Action Step: Declutter and organize your space.
Cross a Few Things off Your Bucket List
Action Step: Create a list of everything you want to be, do, and have in life.
Don’t forget to grab a journal, a pen, and write out your plan for 2020!
Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 KJV
Always remember what GOD has for you is for YOU!
2019? Mercy, what was that?
“When God wants you to move he will make you uncomfortable, and that’s exactly what this year was; uncomfortable! In 2019 I was tested mentally, physically, and spiritually all because I was afraid to make some moves for the things that I had prayed for. I had stayed in a dead situation for way too long and Jesus said “I’ve come that you might have LIFE more abundantly”. I’m claiming ABUNDANCE all 2020!”—KC
“Overall, 2019 was good to me! I took a few hits but I gained more than anything. I gained more wisdom, more patience, more awareness. I traveled, I met new people, and I got to know ME a A LOT better! I touched a few hearts and changed a few minds not only in my circle but in my local community. I was tested but the way my faith was set up, GOD brought me through any and everything I encountered.
2020 I am ready for you!”—SK
“2019 taught me to be more intuitive and always trust my instincts. Even though I hit a few bumps in the road, they were only minor set backs. Through those experiences I found that self doubt is the biggest set back. I learned that determination is void without discipline. This year taught me a level a self control I never knew existed. This year I experiences Gods grace like never before and I can’t thank him enough. I’m looking forward to what 2020 and this new decade will bring.”—RW
“2019...was filled with a few highs and quite a few lows. 2019 was filled with triumph with defeat not too far behind it (the devil was busy y’all). I always envisioned myself being strong but 2019 showed me how strong I was NOT! Relationships, friendships, my children and my work all felt my hardships. What do I have to look forward to in 2020? Continuing to better myself to be closer to God, a better mother, friend, and partner is how I will EVOLVE in 2020. Stronger and ready to conquer what I deserve!! 2019 did not break me it helped me see me for who I am, who I want to be, and what God sees fit for me! Goodbye 2019! Hello 2020!” —AT