Anointed Women In Christ, Getting Better, Motivation

It’s Never Too Late

It is never too late to be who you might have been.
George Elliot

 My posts to my blog have been few and far between this year.  Shame on me.  While I am focusing on writing my book and writing for Anointed Women in Christ Blog (http://anointedwomeninchrist.wordpress.com), these are not excuses for neglecting my readers.   I will do better starting today.  It’s funny though – the moment I decided to take my writing seriously and dedicate a block of time to it everyday, topics and words disappeared from my head.  The other day, I came across the George Elliott quote above and rebooted myself.  Since I am putting a lot of my stories on personal development into my book, I don’t want to put them here (then you won’t buy my book!!).  But since personal development and re-invention are dear to my heart and I don’t want to you hanging, I will feed you from sources other than my experiences.

 It is never too late to be who you might have been.

Very often, people ask me when they should start their personal development process or if they are too old to start one.  No matter what happened in your past and no matter what you thought yesterday, you can start living a different life today.   After all, the cells of your body don’t stop the process of changing when you reach 18 years of age, so why should the way you think or view life stop at a given point in time?  If you have a desire to improve yourself and your life, this desire is a good thing to be embraced. Your personal development process can begin at anytime in your life.  Always keep this in mind: the person you meet today, doesn’t know who you were yesterday. Decide to start your personal development process today!

Click  “30-Day Jumpstart Chart” above to get your plan of action.

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