Is it Spring or Winter In Your Life?
It’s Spring Time, I see buds on trees and lots of plants springing up. God’s creation is growing, are you? Can you see any tangible growth in the areas that are important to you? Remember, whatever is not growing is really not dormant, it is dying. If you are sensing or know for certain that you are not growing as you hoped, it may be time to do more than just hope. This is the best time to take inventory of your life and strategically and intentionally put into place the changes needed for your growth. Is it Spring or Winter in Your Life? Here are a few tips to get started: Start now. Stop procrastinating and waiting for the right time. The right time is now because it has been brought to your attention. The longer you wait to get started on your growth, the tougher it will be to embrace the necessary changes and of course the longer it will be for you to realize those hopes and dreams. And Ask questions. Ask questions of everything you do and every choice you make. Why do you wake up when you do? Is that serving you? Where do you spend your time and money? What are you feeding your mind, body and spirit? How is that working for you? Write your goals. It is pretty tough to hit a target you don’t know. Join the 3% who not only write their goals, they develop plans to follow through on their goals. Get a certified coach. We all need someone to help guide us on our path if we want to accelerate our success. A certified coach will help you clarify and prioritize your goals and will assist you in developing a pathway to reach them and will hold you accountable for your results. Embrace now as your time to grow. There is a season to everything, don’t wait around till your winter as that will definitely be too late. Don’t let another day, month, season or year pass without you actively working towards your own goals and desires. Remember there are consequences for all our choices. Your decision to empower your growth today could be the catalyst that changes the fortunes of your family and community for generations to come.
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