Posts Tagged ‘mentor’

Not Everything You See

Thursday, March 10th, 2011

As you can see on our site, not everything is focused simply on being in trouble and being pregnant. Some of our material applies to you if you are a parent simply guiding your teen in a direction to avoid the pitfall of unplanned pregnancy.

Some of the material applies to you if you are a teen parent and looking to better your life and circumstances by learning from others who can help you step over the ditches and avoid the cuts and bruises that inevitably come from being such a young parent.

Legacy 4 Kids wants to give every young women and child a chance to live a life of love, honor, courage and grace. We will constantly strive to find service providers and mentors for you to help you live up to the challenges life so often throws us.

Step Up Women's Network

Friday, October 29th, 2010

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Monday, August 16th, 2010

One of the biggest myths in our culture today is that we are led to believe we are entitled to a great life.  Somehow, somewhere, someone else is responsible for filling our lives with happiness, our dream career, a wonderful family, and happy personal relationships… simply because we exist.  But the truth is that only one person is responsible for the quality of the life you live.  That person is you.

If you want to be successful, you have to take 100% responsibility for absolutely everything that you experience in your life. This includes your achievements and failures, the results you produce, the quality of your relationships, the state of your health, your finances, your feelings, your kids—absolutely everything!

This can be hard to accept for most of us.  In fact, most of us have been conditioned to blame something other than ourselves for the parts of our life that doesn’t work. We blame our parents, our bosses, our friends, the media, our coworkers, our clients, our spouse, the weather, the economy, our astrological chart, our lack of money. We never want to look at where the real problem is—ourselves.  Next time you are out in public, listen to people, your friends, your family, yourself…you will be amazed at how much blaming is going on. It’s disgusting.

To achieve any measure of success in life—to achieve those things that are most important to you—you must assume 100% responsibility for your life. Nothing less will do.  You cannot move forward in your life and be successful if you are blaming others for your life.  You can’t be successful and make excuses at the same time…it’s impossible!  Change your life, change the outcome!  Live your life now with Love, Honor, Courage and Grace. Be the change! Show others how it is done! Make a difference in a child’s world.