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Bougie Girl University Presents: Life Is What You Make It- 5 Steps That You Can Take Right Now to Change Your Life...(Step Two-Make the Commitment )

Week 2-Make the Commitment
  • Making the commitment to change your life requires that you put actions behind your decision.
  • Commitment is what hauls you out of bed at 4 am on a Saturday to write a few pages on your Great American novel instead of sleeping in until noon.
  • Commitment compels you to rein in spending so that you can save up to take that dream trip around the world. 
  • You can’t BS when it comes to commitment…either you have it or you don’t.
Assignment
  • What does commitment look like to you?
  • What are you currently committed to?
  • What are some ways in which you could better convey commitment in your daily life?
Main Theme for the Week 2 Lecture
  • Making a strong commitment can mean the difference between success and failure.
  • 5 biggest obstacles to commitment
  • Commitments start small and grow larger as time goes on.

(Listen to the Bougie Girl University podcast for the audio version of  Step Two-Make The Commitment)


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