7 Principles to Developing and Maintaining Your Passion

Connect to Your Purpose. Cultivate Your Vision. Create Your Plan

by Genevieve Kumapley and Margaret Alabi

7 Principles to Developing and Maintaining Your Passion
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7 Principles to Developing and Maintaining Your Passion

Connect to Your Purpose. Cultivate Your Vision. Create Your Plan

by Genevieve Kumapley and Margaret Alabi

Published Oct 15, 2015
44 Pages
Genre: RELIGION / Christian Life / Devotional



 

Book Details

Connect to Your Purpose, Cultivate Your Vision and Create Your Plan!

How many times have you heard, "we are all created for a greater purpose" or, "when you find what you're passionate about in life, you'll be happy"? It's sounds so easy, however, the process of identifying the reason for our existence and the steps to actualize them often time elude us. If you are a person who is just starting on the road to self-discovery or have been seeking in vain, this is the book for you! The Seven Principles to Developing and Maintaining Your Passion is written by two women who have identified their purpose and have successfully implemented their vision. You will find personal stories from the authors coupled with scripture and proven action items that lead you to challenge yourself with basics truths presented as "principles". Get ready to connect to your passion (purpose), cultivate your vision, create your plan and execute on it!

 

About the Author

Genevieve Kumapley and Margaret Alabi

Genevieve Kumapley is a Founder & Executive Director of MyGOAL, a non-profit Autism organization in the United States that supports families facing Autism by providing resources and connections. MyGOAL conducts programs locally and globally through the Haven International Project in Ghana. The programs provide training and education for care providers (professionals, teachers and parents) of individuals with Autism and other intellectual disabilities. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy Degree with Honors from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 1998. Genevieve is a Board Certified Oncology Pharmacist and practices at a hospital, in New Brunswick. She also holds an Adjunct Clinical Professor appointment with Rutgers University Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy and trains Doctor of Pharmacy Students. Genevieve serves as a Professional Advisory Board member of the Sisters Network of Central New Jersey, a Breast Cancer Survivor Group. She is also the Vice President of the Board of Directors of Touch Link, a Domestic Violence, non-profit organization. She is committed to helping individuals discover and start-up their dreams. She has received awards for her leadership and service from several organizations including the 2013 Role Model Award from the Roselle Branch of the NAACP. She is married to Robert and they have 3 children (Sena, Nicholas and Delali). Nicholas was diagnosed with Autism in 2003. Genevieve is a passionate worshipper of Jesus Christ and serves at RCCG Agape House of Worship as a Minister in the Healing, Special Needs, Prayer and Marriage Ministries. She is a co-author of the book anthology, Network to Increase your Net Worth and her chapter is titled, No Passion, No Gain. She has been featured on several TV and Radio Networks including ABC News and NJN. Margaret A. Alabi is the Senior Pharmacy Account Specialist with a leading global pharmaceutical company. Her role involves listening to the needs of patients, and enabling pharmacists, communities and organizations to work together in new ways to address critical issues and have a more significant impact on patient health, specifically in the area of diabetes. In the spring of 2011 Margaret completed her Doctorate of Pharmacy at Xavier University of Louisiana, College of Pharmacy where she held leadership positions on a local and national level. Upon graduating she received the University Service Key Award for her commitment to service on and off the campus. Margaret is an Albert Schweitzer Fellow for Life and an alumna of the Rutgers Pharmaceutical Industry Fellowship Program, where she served as the Community Development Chair responsible for fostering the professional and social development of over 70 fellows and 300 plus alumni. In her spare time, Margaret volunteers as the Chair of the New Jersey Pharmacist Association Student Practitioners Committee and offers her services as public speaker, career coach and personal brand specialist to local organizations, small businesses, educational institutions and high potential individuals. Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Margaret is still settling into New Jersey and this is made easier through her spiritual home Agape House of Worship where she currently serves as the Youth ministry leader and member of the Singles, Healing and Prayer ministries.