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  1. Nothing's better than knowing your value to God, the body of Christ, and the world It oozes confidence when we stand on God's Word and His vision for our lives. We are wildly amazing, wonderful, with great power when we plug into God to impact our communities, cities, even our nation and the world. When we let God use us to change others' lives, He changes ours. Do you believe that? I wanted to invite you to use a couple of tools if you are uncertain about purpose: who you are, why you are here, and what you can do! This is my ministry to you. I've been through this process myself, and God gave me a means to answer those questions decisively. It helped save my life. Here's a bit of my story... In college, I was a bright but severely underachieving student. I had difficulty keeping up with the content and studying for long periods of time despite my best efforts. I didn't know I was struggling with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and the mounting frustration, confusion, anxiety and pressure I was feeling about my future sunk me into depression and I began to contemplate taking my life. Thankfully, though I did endure a couple of semesters on academic probation and warning, it occurred to me that I could do things differently. I discovered a way to become strategic and first outlined the steps of The Power of Vision process that turned my whole life around. My grades improved immediately, and in a few more quarters, I made the Dean's List! Then, I discovered my passion, launched my speaking career in local high schools, started a campus organization, and was also recognized by USA Today for my contribution to diversity efforts on campus. I was even accepted as a graduate student into one of the top five Master's degree programs in the country at the time for counseling psychology (University of MN, Twin Cities). I want you to tap into this process too, and it's amazingly simple Here are the tools! http://launchmangroup.com/wp-content/uploads/Power-of-Vision-Guide.pdf http://launchmangroup.com/wp-content/uploads/Manuscript-UPWARD.pdf Rock on, my awesome peeps! As you read, please post your questions and feedback. I'm here to serve you! The first link deals mostly with discovering your hidden talents, identifying and making sense of your passion, and discovering what world problem(s) you're uniquely fit to help heal (How amazing is that?! Yes, you!!). The second link takes this concept of purpose to a deeper level understanding who we are, how God made us, and how we can use that knowledge to shake the planet. So, are you ready? Let's go! (The Power of Vision Guide can be filled out electronically for convenience ) Love you guys, Mr. MJ
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    Anyone excited for this? I'm cautiously optimistic. It doesn't look like something I'll pick up Day One, but I might eventually.