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7 QUOTES GUARANTEED TO PROPEL YOU FORWARD



1. We do what we choose to do. No one has any remote control with      which they control us. “SANE”- Anne Atulaegwu
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2. When you compare yourself with others, you gradually drug your mind into a state of falsehood. Your mind magnifies the achievement of the other person and belittles yours. “7 SIGNS”- Anne Atulaegwu
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 3. If you are in an abusive relationship, don’t ever entertain the thought of harming yourself nor committing suicide. It’s not your fault that the abuser has a personality disorder. Remember that you deserve to be happy.
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4. If you are looking for opportunities, focus on establishing relationships and creating value. When you look for ways to help others, you attract opportunities to yourself. 
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5. The rule of priority states, Begin with the most important task and follow through until the least important tasks are done.
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6. Feeling pressured? When I notice that I‘m getting under pressure‘s cold crushing fist, I withdraw into the arms of my loving Christ.
For each time I went to the King, He had just the right thing to say.
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7. God’s commitment to your life is a product of his love for you. That love is an endless, incomparable and ever steady one. Think about it, before you got a chance to see the earth there was already a provision of his love through the death of Christ for you.
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Committed to your fulfilment
Anne Atulaegwu

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