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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 Five:Making It Your Own By Applying It To Your Life)

Week 5- Making It Your Own By Applying It To Your Life
  • Here we are in the final lesson. Over the past 4 weeks, you have self-reflected on the current state of your life, completed some assignments, and listened to some lectures. The most important aspect of any self-improvement program is the application of the principles. 
Assignment-Making It Your Own By Applying It To Your Life
  • What is your overall action plan for applying the principles of this course?
  • What challenges do you think you will encounter?
  • How do you plan on overcoming those challenges?
Main theme of the Week 5 lecture
  • Take what works  for you and leave the rest
  • Sustaining the change when life goes awry
  • Surrounding yourself with folks in the same place and a little ahead of you.



(Listen to the Bougie Girl University podcast for the audio version of  Step Five: Making It Your Own By Applying It To Your Life.)

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