4 Practical Tips for Figuring Out Your Life’s Purpose Sometimes you find yourself not really satisfied with your life. That realization can come at the most stressful times. When that happens to me I like to take a moment to[…]
There are some simple questions you can work through to discover your life’s purpose. While it’s important to give each question proper consideration, try not to agonize over your responses. Allow your Inner Child and your intuition to guide your answers, and don’t forget to think big! Remember the purpose and passion God has placed in you is big. The Apostle Paul stated, “…God can do anything, you know—far more than you could ever imagine or guess or request in your wildest dreams! He does it not by pushing us around but by working within us…” Make your starting point ‘in the best of all possible worlds.’
Maybe you’re working hard to achieve your dream life. Perhaps you’re an entrepreneur, or aiming for promotion, or trying to get your business off the ground. Maybe you are endeavoring to make a difference in your zip code as a pastor, leader, or volunteer. If you’re finding success a bit of a struggle, maybe you need to find your life’s purpose to lift you above the pack and change your mindset from struggle to success.
Humble people are amazing. They’re so confident, yet, they don’t need to say a word about themselves. You already know how competent, how accomplished they are. You automatically look up to them, just because it’s so cool how they don’t need to say a word to stand out in a crowd. Wouldn’t it be amazing to be one of those genuinely humble success stories?
Over the past few weeks Vicki and I have been doing some remodeling at our house. Some of the remodel has been pretty aggressive. In other words we made a huge mess. At one point in the process I spent[…]
I read an article the other day about how to make your summer a time of growth. It was a church leadership article. I was interested because I always want to see the church grow and especially in the summer.[…]
Still time to Finish 2016 Strong And Start 2017 Confident Run through the Tape After the first of the year starts and the holidays end, there is tendency to think it’s too late to finish last year and start the[…]
In an environment of notifications, instant messaging, and multi-tasking, the ability to pay attention and concentrate for any length of time can be greatly diminished. The ability to multitask is not all it’s cracked up to be. In fact it[…]
When I run in enjoy running on different terrains. In my neighborhood there are streets, sidewalks, running track, bike trails, gravel paths, and trails in the woods. Each terrain causes me to run differently. The terrain determines my focus. If[…]
I love the feeling of a fresh start. That’s what today is-A fresh start This is a time to shift into gear and get started on the things we want to accomplish in this next year. You have set goals,[…]