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Happy 2019 in advance

Hello Sis,

Happy 2019 in advance! Over here in the Winners Family Worldwide, we have begun another year and it is not too late for you to join us.

Are you ready for the year yet or you are still waiting till the next few days or even 31st? As important as your prayer points for the new year are, so are your goals too.

Permit me to share an experience with you, last week, I had all my goals and targets for 2019 well written on paper. Although, I have not strategized on them all.

That same week, I saw an opportunity that presented itself to hit one of those goals. This taught me a great lesson. First, goals open our eyes to see opportunities that could have been considered a 'mere event'.

Second, the earlier the better you set your goals, the faster you begin smashing and accomplishing them.

Do not wait till the end of the year. Sit, map out those goals. In fact, even if you do not have strategies to accomplishing yet, when an opportunity comes, you would be able to recognize it as a blessing and strategy.

What are your plans for 2019?
What improvement of 2018 are you working on?
What skills do you need to accomplish your goals?
What lessons (good/bad) did you learn this year?
What impacts are you set to make in the new year?
What things and areas are you getting better at?

All these should spur you to having clear and distinct goals. Even before its 1st of January, you can start accomplishing the new year's goals.

It is not enough to know them, it is more important to have them written out (Hab 2:2). It is my prayer that God works mightily in us to will and do. Amen.

Love and light.
Your sis


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