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WHERE WE WILL REVIEW 1 chapter of JOYCE MEYER’s book, “The Battlefield of the Mind” each day during APRIL!


The Cliff Notes from today’s reading:
“Chapter 14: 

Are you driven by emotions?  Some of us are diva; and it’s to a point where if there’s an absence for strong feels they will stop doing what they ought to do!  They will praise if they feel like, give it they feel like it, workout if they feel like, meal prep if they feel like it. If they don’t feel like it, they don’t do it!  Being passive is the topic of today’s chapter!

The place we give Satan is often empty space.  One way to keep wrong thoughts out of your mind is to keep you mind full of right thoughts. A passive person thinks he is doing nothing wrong because he is doing nothing. His analysis is correct, but his behavior is not.  The problem arose precisely because he did nothing.

Watch this video from Joyce Meyer on being Passive & how it defeats you!


1. Today’s reading assignment is to read Chapter 14 of the book only. 

2. Oh wow, did you hear / read that divas?  Doing NOTHING is just as bad as doing the wrong thing.  The devil is so busy he will fill up our passive places with negative thoughts against our goals.  How does this reality relate to your fitness goals diva!  Let’s chat about it sisters!

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  • Samantha says:

    From the cliff notes… I confess I am that diva… only recently could accept just how emotional and passive I am. I really need to get this book…. wow…

    This is deep.

    • Danielle Irving says:

      This book is great because it deals with us at the very core of our beliefs and behaviors. I urge you to get it and work towards an action plan to get you going when those emotions arise.

  • Danielle Irving says:

    This directly related to my fitness goals and man am I moved by emotion. I think the best way to combat those emotions is to keep my goals in view. I respond well to inspiration so following along with this books is very helpful as well. For those times when I don’t feel like it I plan to remember my affirmation and my goal….after all…nit feeling like meal prepping is what got me here in the first place.

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