Celebrate How Far You’ve Come

In this episode of God, Money & Purpose, Raul and Vivian talk about the importance of celebrating your wins. Vivian has recently completed putting on her 6 Day Queens’ Challenge, and Raul has recently finished his own Get Your Edge Back Challenge. As teachers, the two have come so far in the years since they started their respective personal development journeys.

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This would not have been possible without celebrating the base hits along the way, rather than focusing on home runs that are few and far between. Watch this episode to see what Raul and Vivian have been doing since the last episode.

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