Take Initiative, Move Mountains, Work Hard and Stand up for Yourself
Today I feel very self-assured and confident. I know I have the knowledge and physical resources to continue my journey. This makes me feel content and empowered to succeed in life. When you take your time and use energy towards reaching long-term goals, it’s almost un-believable what you can accomplish!
Always concentrate on how far you have come, rather than how far you have left to go. The difference in how easy it seems will amaze you.
~ Heidi Johnson
Honor your Divine Presence
Today marks the completion of another course towards my master’s degree and in just 15 weeks I will earn the MBA credentials I have been working so hard for. I am looking forward to adding this abbreviation to my signature and know it will not change my person; rather it will give me incentive to open another chapter in my life.
Embrace the Fresh Start
I call it a new season, a chance to seize the opportunities available in life. I know I am capable of making the right decisions and will choose a new direction for my career to swiftly take off. This will require me to take risks into the unknown. As I have been studying in a controlled environment for awhile, I realize now it’s time to switch gears. I am confident the path I choose will bring me to my desired destination and I will go forward and continue to work with a well-developed sense of pride.
Undertake every task with great Zeal and Energy
It’s a simple process; I continue to learn more and more about myself as I go. At the end of the day it’s all about what I want, me, myself and I. My external environment effects my day-to-day decisions and as long as I speak my voice I will forever let everyone know where I stand. Figuratively, I’m still climbing the mountain and I will not let anyone get in my way, at least not until I reach the top.
- Master’s Degrees Part II: But Does That Mean You Need One? (avoidingadulthood.com)
- The modern mba (slideshare.net)
- Live Webcast to Feature Google and J&J Execs Addressing 200+ Military Veteran Students Representing Top-Ranked MBA Programs at the 2011 MBA Veterans Career Conference (prweb.com)