Be the Crème De La Crème: Part VIII: Everyday Must Count
The average person will live to be 80 years old. So how many days do you have to fulfill your purpose? If you take your current age and minus it from 80 and multiply that number by 365 that gives you the average amount of days that you have left in your life. In this series Be the Crème De La Crème, we have discussed several topics. In our blogs, we have discussed how to develop your self-esteem, how to be epic and how to be amazing. We have encouraged our readers to find their authentic self, eliminate fear, take a risk and the power of letting go of their past. We have warned about hanging out with negative people and the importance of loving yourself. Each and every post that was written and inspired to reveal the most powerful spiritual mandate, which is to “Make Every Moment Count”. You and I don’t have time the to shuck and jive with our purpose. Our lives are like a fog it is heavy and dense; however, it dissipates over time. Our life is short and can be viewed as a narrow window of potential purpose. Therefore we must fight to remain focus on purpose refuses to waste the gift of time. Being the Crème De La Crème has everything to do with you and I using your time to manifest God’s purpose. It about avoiding the pitfalls that tend to consume our time. Life and death are true realities and therefore wasting time in not an option in with God. God demands excellence in our ability to fulfill our purpose during our lifetime. We only live once, therefore, we must live UNLIMITED!
Be the Crème De La Crème Series
- Be the Crème De La Crème: Part I
- Be the Crème De La Crème: Part II: Chill Out and Be Amazing
- Be the Crème De La Crème: Part III: Let it Go
- Be the Crème De La Crème: Part IV: Be Authentic
- Be the Crème De La Crème: Part V: Avoid the Negative Be Successful
- Be the Crème De La Crème: Part VI: Take Risks
- Be the Crème De La Crème: Part VII: Love Thyself and Purpose
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