Goals. It’s what drives people in the new year. We make resolutions and by the time February rolls around, we’ve neglected those resolutions. But how do we stay motivated?
In today’s episode, we’re going to do things a little different. I want to walk you through the spiritual blessings God has given us, while focusing on our goals for 2016 and how we accomplish those goals. I also have some exciting news to share with you regarding this podcast and how things are going to change.
I am fascinated by the power of change. It is often misunderstood. People often bulk against it. Most often suggest you must make large changes to see success. But if we make large changes in our lives and businesses we often will give up before we begin.
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As we march towards the start of 2016, we need to begin thinking about change. In today’s episode, I want to walk you through 5 reasons we should allow change in our lives.
Do you find it difficult to get everything done in your day? If you’re like me, you find yourself sifting through your email, playing on Youtube or constantly researching your next sermon. But at the end of the day, we feel as if we have more on our plate then when we began our day.
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As each year draws to a close we begin thinking about our New Years Resolution. The problem most have, they don’t accomplish their goals by year’s end. There are so many ways we can track our goals. And seeing true accomplishment is easier than you think.
When we begin taking the time to follow through our goals, we can actually achieve them.
When life takes us down a new road we tend to follow the curve. But we also need to be aware of where God wants to take us in the very long journey of life. The journey of life is tedious and dangerous. Yet with the right reflexes we can learn to navigate the hard turns we might have to take. What does it mean to be driven in life? What is purpose in being driven and why do we need to be driven?
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I remember the first time my father took my driving. Sitting behind the wheel, as a fifteen year old, was nerve racking. I cannot tell you how many times I killed the car by popping the clutch too soon or too fast.