Posts Tagged ‘planning’
Finding Focus Even When You’re In the Middle of Your Feelings
When You’re in the Middle of Your Feelings We all do it. Allow our feelings to get in the middle when we should be finding our focus. I’m not saying don’t pay attention to your emotions. Just that there are choices we can control despite our feelings. Feelings follow choice. That’s something that I remind…Read More
It’s Your Faith & Focus That Will Close The Gap Between You and Your Goal
Having to admit the gap between you and your goal is often pretty difficult. This probably stems from giving too much attention to your past and future more than your actual present. Whether your current goal is for your faith, your life, business, or a hybrid of them all, you first have to get honest…Read More
What Happens When You Stop Planning?
If you were to google planning, you would get about 3,420,000,000 results. (👈yes, I really did google it) It would seem that it’s a pretty popular topic in need of one’s assistance. What exactly is it that we need so much help with, when it comes to planning? And what do you think would happen…Read More
Is there JOY in your planning?
Planning and JOY are not typical pairings. Well, unless of course we are starting to plan a bridal/baby shower, birthday/anniversary/graduation party [ insert type of exciting, anticipated celebration here] there’s plenty of joy to go around. Notice I said starting…often times the JOY can wear off in the minutia of details and deadlines! On the…Read More
‘Tis your season
“‘Tis the season” may drum up thoughts of the little drummer boy for you, but I’m talking about YOUR season. A season can mean so many different things; here are just a few: a time defined by a particular circumstance a natural time or occasion a period of year the time of a major holiday…Read More
Guilt ridden or purpose driven?
When it comes to high achievers and goal getters, there are two feelings that can drive more people to lose direction or take action than any other….the feelings of guilt or of purpose. Are you guilty of these two drivers? Think about the last time you were determined to do something – WHY? What was the motivation behind that…Read More