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TIPS – 1 EFFECTIVE STEP TO EXECUTING YOUR LIFE GOALS - THE JOURNAL

Never say I will remember, just write them down! Have you ever been in a situation where you share and tell people your ideas, and then voom…… they steal it from you, because they have the resources and you are just stock with the idea out of procrastination or due to fear or lack of funds? It was your Idea; someone stole it, so what? Do it all the same, nobody can execute it better than you! Here is an effective step to achieving your goals:

Handmaid in Africa Ankara Journal
WRITE IT DOWN: The first step to achieving and getting anything done is visualizing it and writing it down!  So ever since I started writing down my daily to do list, My plans, new habits and writing my favorite inspirational quotes on stick-on papers then sticking it to my wall as a reminder, I have started getting lots of TASK accomplished, I go as far as delegating time to each task and when I should be done. Sometime last year, I found out how cool it was to have a very fancy journal you can carry about and jot things out when you go for meetings or seminars, you can go through and put a check sign for every task you set out accomplish on your to do list.

Here is my Trick to using the Journal : Just write it! Plan it! Execute it! Check! And Flip to the next page! Ok! People say “I will type it down on my phone, I have a daily planner app on my phone, blaa blaa blaa” you know the real truth? The conventional old way of writing down things, with a pen and paper, is the fastest way to getting them done! So I placed an order for 2 copies of HandMaid In Africa Ankara Journal, by Nene more about her HERE I got an extra one, so I have decided to gift one of my IG followers (@divauju my Instagram handle)with one Journal, a pen and a ticket to see the movie fifty!
  If you ever feel the need to talk about your dreams, why not talk to your journal?  What do you all think? Which do you prefer, writing it down on your journal or writing it down on your phone? What does your to do list look like? What works for you?
My Stick-on paper on the wall

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  1. Nice post!!! New tips to keep me going this 2016!!

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  2. I'm always writing stuff down.
    Clothes n make-up to buy, hairstyles to wear, things to do etc.
    It's the best way to keep your life organised.
    That ankara journal is too cute!

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    1. Whenever you come to lagos Porsh, I will hook you up with one

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  3. 100% agree! I think I definitely need to get in to the habit of writing things down in my journal, because when my phone decides to delete all my notes one day, what am I finna do? *cries*

    www.djournae.com

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  4. Nnem sew that anka journal in my life lol
    Fashionitazbybuiti.blogspot.com

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