Welcome to the SOAR On-PAR Toolkit series introducing 6 Keys to Nurture, Grow and Empower Your Life. I’m your Change Cultivator and I’m excited about helping you to cultivate change through daily growth and personal development.
SOAR On-PAR Toolkit Workbook & Journal Based on Personal Accountability and Responsibility
Are you On-PAR to cultivate and nurture your vision and purpose while taking action to live your best life in spite of the storms you encounter? And the storms will come…
The SOAR On-PAR Toolkit Workbook and Journal is about you. The toolkit is a means to apply 6 Keys to Nurture, Grow and Empower Your Life. It’s about asking specifc, introspective questions to determine how you manage your gift of life. It is an introduction to the idea of your willingness to hold yourself personally accountable and responsible for the actions you take to live your best life. I describe this as being “On-PAR”.
Podcast: 6 Keys to Nurture, Grow and Empower Your Life
1. Know Yourself
2. Nurture Your Life
3. Integrate Your Life
4. Connect with Others
5. Live Intentionally
6. Seize Opportunity
Putting It All Together
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“One night, when she turned the key in the lock and opened the door, there he was, lying right across the stairs, blocking her ascension. He was drunk, speaking inaudibly, and most peculiarly, there was a shiny penny sticking out of one ear. She stopped breathing, stood motionless, and initially could not speak, her heart racing in her chest. She did not want to go past him alone in that hallway and she couldn’t leave because it was late and she needed to be in the house. So the words starting in her mind, finally reached her mouth and she screamed out, “Mommy, Mommy”, so her mother would know she was at the bottom of the stairs. Her mother opened the apartment door and came out into the hallway to see what was going on. Seeing Scary Tenant lying on the stairs, her mom told her to hurry and get up the stairs. As she bolted up the stairs, she prayed again—Please do not let him touch me.” —Anita D Russell