Sometimes, when you take a step back and look at all that you have on your plate, do you ever wonder how you are doing all of this? If you are successful, I believe it is by the grace of God. If you are drowning, you are relying on yourself too much. You are at risk of burning out.
It may be time to consolidate. It is time to say no to things that should no longer be on your plate. I have seen many people try and take on the world only to crash and burn because they were too prideful to admit they are not actually capable of honor all their commitments. If this is still you, stop reading this because this post is not for you. If you are one who is looking for actual change with real results, this is the exact person I want to reach.
I believe when you are open to making changes in your life, you may not always have the luxury of understanding how you got to the point where change became necessary. I believe once you start to work on changing, these answers will expose themselves from a natural progression of personal growth. With this notion, I want to spend time today focusing on the how change may be accomplished.
Let’s start by here:
I believe the best way to gain the answers to these questions is by putting aside some time for personal reflection and prayer. If you do not believe you have the time to do that, then guess what, you need it more than anyone. Do not let the focus of your workload distract you from getting alone with God. He will help to navigate everything you have in front of you if you trust Him and put Him first. (Matt 6:33).
One of two things will happen. If you choose to read this blog and do not use it, nothing will change and you will remain in the same rat race you are in until you burn out. If you do start to apply these tools to your life, your life will change. All I ask is once you realize the improvements that are being made, is that you honor God and thank Him for all that He has done and is doing in your life.
Talk soon & God bless,