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Visionary Women on the Frontline

In a world where women are increasingly taking up leadership roles in various spheres, there's a special call for those who dare to be visionary, especially on the frontline of their careers or ministries. As a woman with a vision, it's not just about having a grand plan; it's about consistently revising that vision to stay aligned with God's will and deploying the results in your chosen path. Embrace Visionary Leadership Visionary leadership isn't just a buzzword; it's a calling to see beyond the present circumstances and into the possibilities of the future. As a visionary woman, you're not just focused on where you are now, but where you're headed. Embrace this calling with confidence and courage. Consistent Revision: The Key to Alignment A stagnant vision is as good as no vision at all. As you journey through your career or ministry, consistently revisit your vision. Ask yourself: Is it still aligned with God's will? Has there been growth or chan
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You are worth More than this

Any man who lacks respect for the female gender lacks understanding. Men will never reach their maximum impact without the support system of the female. Ladies, stay conscious of the uniqueness of your gender. As a lady, do not allow the demand for survival to make you forget the home and family you came out from. Remember the sacrifice of your parents and loved ones from your childhood till date. Value your dignity as a lady and refuse to compromise. The success of every lady is not a competition against men but a compliment to the result of men. The day you cease to see men as your enemy and focus on the devil who is the major enemy, that's the day you will realize the value of the male gender. As a lady, it is better to be rejected for being truthful than to be loved for your lies. The heart that loves you will accept your past, believe in your present, and be confident of your future. It's time to walk in truthfulness. Prince Victor Matthew 


Daughters of God, in ministry and in your dealing with people be straightforward. You are a lady with a vision and you must understand that your vision must outgrow you. Be visionary but don't value the task more than the people. Stop treating people like trash just to get vision achieved. Mix discipline with compassion. I understand this is God's mandate in your heart but remember, the vision is to the people and for the people too. The Lord is your strength. It is okay to be visionary as a lady but set the balance between your assignment and human relationship. You are visionary but you are a daughter to your parents, wife to your spouse, friends to people and leader to those you inspire. Remember, whatsoever your vision, company, ministry or career is all about the people and for the people. Be encouraged Prince Victor Matthew Hope Expression Hub 

Success is Humanity

Irrespective of your past, your ideas and potentials are still active and result oriented. This is your chance.You are a lady and yes! You are visionary. Being a lady is not a sign you are forbidden to attain a level of Knowledge. It is not a sign that being single is a disadvantage. It is not a sign that being a mother of four kids or a mother without kids are disadvantage to you. SUCCESS DOES NOT KNOW GENDER... IT ONLY RESPOND TO ACCURATE PRINCIPLES APPLIED WHERE NEEDED. You are a Lady on the Frontline and it's time to learn and deploy the kind of solution God have wired you to deliver to this generation. The acknowledgement of you as God's daughter is a demand to be successful spiritually, physically, intellectually, emotionally and financial wise. Either you are single or married or divorce; your vision or dream is still relevant. Success is not a man and success is not a woman. SUCCESS IS HUMANITY. Drop the excuses and brood on those ideas in your mind till they birth the


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