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IIGL has totally transformed me and I have reshaped myself for success. I have developed self confidence and I feel I am here for success. I have built a new, positive and realistic self and I am a person I want to be. I now focus on desired changes instead of dwelling on past mistakes. I have changed my mental attitude from negative to positive. I have made my life meaningful to both myself and to the society in which I am living. I have achieved positive self-image:- one that empowers me to set and achieve goals of personal happiness and professional success. How could I have been so blind for so many years? Gone are the days that were wasted! I have left behind negative habits and going back is just as impossible as returning to crawling when one knows how to walk. IIGL has provided me with all the tools and ideas that will lead to personal development and success. Now the only requirement on my side for lifelong success is the habit of taking action on my plans, goals, ideas and insights.<br />
I am now an appreciator rather than a depreciator of everything that shows up in my life. I now know why I am here, I know that I am more than an encapsulated collection of bones, blood and organs in a black skin and hair covered body. I now live with a purpose and choose to avoid being detracted by demands of the ego, I now have great reverence for the world of Spirit, and commune with the Source, and I stay inspired.<br />
Date of Posting: 09 January 2012
Posted By: KABERA CHARLES
IIGL NATIONAL COORDINATOR-RWANDA CHAPTER, KIGALI, RWANDA
Indeed there has been tremendous change and growth that has been experienced since my inception in your program. Growth is really painful as it is strategic because watching oneself let go of the trend that has been and adopting a new life style. For example I have been able to adopt a new life style that focuses on the process rather than the outcome. This has meant that I would have to go to another level of awareness in all I do. I have been monitoring my time and its been really painful to purpose to be a proper time manager and see myself fail continuously. Failure in this case is because I haven't attained my goal though the process is great. For example my major challenge this year has been getting out of bed very early in the morning to meditate and read. I have been waking up on time but struggling to get out of the bed and time goes by unnoticed till I find myself late. As I write this there has been an improvement that is phenomenal and soon I will be there.
Date of Posting: 26 November 2011
Posted By: Andrew Kisangala
My journey with IIGL started in 2007 when I was looking for answers to fill the void and dissatisfaction in my life at that moment. I had little to look up for and all I wanted was to live an average life and simply get by. I was working at a job where I was earning less than my fellow colleagues for one reason or the other and I had to accept that in life we are all not equal yet I could not figure out why this imbalance existed more so in my life. I was very shy and timid and did my best to avoid all forms of confrontation at all costs. When I started the curriculum; the provisional books were more like eye openers for me and I decided that enough was enough. I purposed in my heart that no one was going to look down on me or talk me into quitting anymore. At the end of that year I confronted my boss about the salary imbalances and threatened to quit. The structures were improved but I felt that I was not putting all my potential to work with the kind of job that I was doing. At the end of 2009, I put in my resignation and applied for my current job that required more qualifications than what I had at the moment. I had gained confidence and mastered the art of a positive mental attitude. I applied and the manager was impressed by my courage so she decided to short list me. I went for the interview and I beat people who had more papers than me. I got the job and my life has not been the same. I endeavor to put the principles that I learn into action that bear positive fruit.
Date of Posting: 26 November 2011
Posted By: Noeline Kirabo Mulongo
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