273: WPOV – 5 Things to Leave in 2015 (Part 1)


WPOV - 5 Things to Leave in 2015 (Part 1)In this episode of the WPOV series, Ariel, Ces and Ro address the question: What is the #1 thing you want to leave in 2015?




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Episode Title: WPOV – 5 Things to Leave in 2015 (Part 1)




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  • “None of us will procrastinate in 2016.” – Ces


Question We Address and Answer:

  • What is the #1 thing you want to leave in 2015?


Hot Topics and Takeaways:

  • Breaking the habit of procrastination.
  • Overcoming the fear of failure and success.
  • Why God’s wants us to trust Him with our heart’s desires.
  • The importance of us doing work that advances the Kingdom of God.



  • Ariel is officially going back to school.
  • The ladies share how WPOV came together.
  • Ro admits to suffering from perfectionism.




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  • Autumn
    January 4, 2016

    Happy New Year Ladies! So glad to hear about the new changes. Yes, who could forget the man rebuking at the movie! Goodness. But she asked . . . 😉 I miss you guys commenting around here to the other podcasts but I’m so happy that you all are moving forward!

  • Dee
    April 28, 2016

    This was so good! I deal with the fear of failure and with being a procrastinating perfectionist as well. I know perfectionists that are very driven and schedule out every task they do to make sure it comes out just right… I’m not like that haha. To me, the task (schol assignment, class project) is sometimes so daunting that I’m afraid I’ll fail on the first try and don’t even try to attempt it until the last minute when I know it’s due. I hate doing that but I keep doing it anyway…

    It’s been difficult but hearing you guys talk about your experiences with it is very encouraging because I felt alone in this. I’m definitely going to seek God so He can show me how to overcome this. He revealed a part of my purpose to me that is so big that it scares me. I don’t want to fall into my usual pattern of “delayed obedience” so I’m going to make a concerted effort to address this issue. Thanks guys for sharing!

    • Jay
      April 28, 2016

      Hey Dee! Thank you so much for listening. I’m so glad you enjoyed the ladies discussion.

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