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HOW TO LEAD A LIFE OF IMPACT !

The temptation to not share my authentic self slides through sometimes as some audience think it's too much to be, but again I remind myself that my life is a tool for elevating people's well-being.

The experiences, revelations, and knowledge I gain daily aren't meant to be kept in my mind alone; I am to share with you! and the world for "we are made in part to impart into one other."





Here are tips to help you do and be impactful :

1. Understand yourself, or you need to catch up on your life purpose!

2. You don't have to be perfect to impact another positively; we are all clay pots in a furnace.

3. Discover the set of people your life walk can illuminate their path and be a light.

4. Criticism will come, but be sure of whom, what, and why you are doing this; you can't be understood or loved by all.

5. Know when to Selfeed and feed others; the great book says to love your neighbor as yourself.

6. Plug into a support system and never stop learning; the refresher needs refreshing.

7. Know your Source, Stay Connected to your Maker, for no man can prevail by strength.

In Compendium, the little boy with two fishes and five loaves of bread that christ used to feed the 5,000 men in the Holy Bible didn't wait until there was an announcement to bring it. He chooses to share from his little meal, don't wait till you have it all before you IMPART, for your little doings will Announce YOU ...💯




With Love,
Hosanna Oyibo


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