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project you designed to empower a generation to do something and to provide leverage an plstforms to accomplish thisbthrough the francis madojemu organisation.

project you designed to empower a generation to do something and to provide leverage an plstforms to accomplish thisbthrough the francis madojemu organisation.

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    • PROJECT YOU FRANCIS MADOJEMU
    • WHAT IS SUCCESS Success is not a destination thingit’s a daily thing. The only way to achieve real success is to do it one day at a time.
    • GIVE TODAY YOUR ATTENTION JOHN MAXWELL I love what former First Lady Barbara Bush said about the future, comparing it to a train ride: We get on board that train at birth, and we want to cross the continent because we have in mind that somewhere out there is a station.
    • GIVE TODAY YOUR ATTENTION JOHN MAXWELL We pass by sleepy little towns looking out the window of life’s train, grain fields and silos, level grade crossings, buses full of people on the roads beside us. We pass by cities and factories, but we don’t look at any of it because we want to get to the station . . .
    • GIVE TODAY YOUR ATTENTION JOHN MAXWELL This station changes for us during life. To begin with, for most of us, it’s turning 18, getting out of high school. Then the station is that first promotion and then the station becomes getting the kids out of college, and then the station becomes retirement and then
    • GIVE TODAY YOUR ATTENTION JOHN MAXWELL . . . all too late we recognize the truth— that this side of that city whose builder is God, there really isn’t a station. The joy is in the journey and the journey is the joy. Sooner or later, you realize there is no station and the truth of life is the trip.
    • GIVE TODAY YOUR ATTENTION JOHN MAXWELL Read a book, eat more ice cream, go barefoot more often, hug a child, go fishing, laugh more. The station will come soon enough. And as you go, find a way to make this world more beautiful.
    • GIVE TODAY YOUR ATTENTION JOHN MAXWELL Focusing on the destination is not a good idea. Tomorrow may come; it may not. The only place we really have any power is in the present. — DO WHAT YOU CAN IN THE HERE AND NOW, MAKING THE MOST OF THE JOURNEY.
    • WHAT IS SUCCESS Success is knowing your purpose in life. Sowing seeds that benefit others. Growing to your maximum potential.
    • AGBOOLA SHADARE 8 hours of rehearsal a day Discipline Fame as a failure
    • POET, CRITIC, AND DICTIONARY WRITER SAMUEL JOHNSON OBSERVED, “He who has so little knowledge of human nature as to seek happiness by changing anything but his own disposition will waste his life in fruitless efforts and multiply the grief which he purposes to remove.”
    • POET, CRITIC, AND DICTIONARY WRITER SAMUEL JOHNSON OBSERVED, “Most people want to change the world to improve their lives, but the world they need to change first is the one inside themselves. That is a choice—one that some are not willing to make"
    • WHAT KIND OF ATTITUDE HAVE YOU CHOSEN The longer you live, the more your life is shaped by your choices. You decide what you will eat. (This is one of the most common ways small children begin to assert their independence.) You decide what toys to play with. You decide whether you will do your homework or watch TV. You choose which friends to spend time with. —The 17 Essential Qualities of a Team Player
    • WHAT KIND OF ATTITUDE HAVE YOU CHOSEN You choose whether to finish high school, whether you will go to college, who you will marry, what you will do for a living. The longer you live, the more choices you make—and the more responsible you are for how your life is turning out. I don’t know what kind of circumstances you’ve had to face in your life. You may have had a really tough time. You may have faced extreme hardship or suffered terrible tragedies. However, your attitude is still your choice. —The 17 Essential Qualities of a Team Player
    • LARRY OSBONRE God's will has three components: a what, a when, and a how. Each is equally important. Two out of three won't cut it. Miss out on any of the three and you'll end up in the weeds.
    • I THINK WE MUST ADD WHO, WHERE AND WHY? FRANCIS MADOJEMU
    • RUDYARD KIPLING “I keep six honest serving men? They taught me all I knew: Their names are What and Why and When And How and Where and Who.”
    • PREPARATION & OPPORTUNITY = SUCCESS JOHN MAXWELL
    • LIFE BEGINS WHEN YOU DO BY MARY ANNE RADMACHER Nearly everyone postpones one grand thing or a collection of mighty hopes and dreams. Between the quote marks of our lives are phrases like these: “When things slow down…when I finish my degree…when I get certified…as I acquire a deeper knowledge base…
    • LIFE BEGINS WHEN YOU DO BY MARY ANNE RADMACHER when I have kids…when the kids are grown…when I get well…when I marry…when I divorce…when I retire… when I get that promotion, that raise, that job, that house, that whatever the fill-in-the blank is for your specific postponing of life…
    • YOUR LIFE BEGINS WHEN YOU DO. MARY ANNE RADMACHER
    • LIFE BEGINS WHEN YOU DO BY MARY ANNE RADMACHER You may think you are postponing the longing of your soul until life aligns itself with your vision, until elements conspire to be more favorable...but as it happens, life just lolls along at the same remarkable consistent and disinterested cadence.
    • LIFE BEGINS WHEN YOU DO BY MARY ANNE RADMACHER Life is impartial. YOUR personal, subjective life (dreams, satisfactions, contentment, achievements, vision, fullness, passion, aspirations) begins when you begin.
    • LIFE BEGINS WHEN YOU DO BY MARY ANNE RADMACHER From my teens into adulthood, I said, "I want to be an artist." One day I changed the sentence to, "I am an artist." My view changed. Life began. I looked behind me and saw that I had been accidentally living as an artist. I had been laying down a path that was only now visible to eyes that had begun to see.
    • LIFE BEGINS WHEN YOU DO BY MARY ANNE RADMACHER Beginning my life as an artist made my heart's longing and the small, tentative labors of my hands - visible and tangible. I began by opening the door and simply believing that I could live my dream. I began living that dream by seeing that I could.
    • LIFE BEGINS WHEN YOU DO BY MARY ANNE RADMACHER I began by opening the door and simply believing that I could live my dream. I began living that dream by seeing that I could. Your purpose, that thing that among the many todos of your days, is what you must do. Embrace the truth of your purpose each minute of your precious life...for how very true it is that life begins when you do.
    • LIFE BEGINS WHEN YOU DO BY MARY ANNE RADMACHER If you would dream it BEGIN it. If you have an idea OPEN it.
    • LIFE BEGINS WHEN YOU DO BY MARY ANNE RADMACHER If there is longing ACKNOWLEDGE it. If there is mission COMMIT it.
    • LIFE BEGINS WHEN YOU DO BY MARY ANNE RADMACHER If there is daring DO it. If there is love SPEAK it.
    • LIFE BEGINS WHEN YOU DO BY MARY ANNE RADMACHER If there is resource USE it. If there is abundance SHARE it.
    • THE FRANCIS MADOJEMU ORGANISATION WWWFRANCISMADOJEMU.ORG