Let’s be honest. Goals mean absolutely nothing without a clear plan of action to accomplish them. I’m guilty of making a list of things that I want with vague guidelines and the timeline of eventually.
Remember this: Eventually is not a date on the calendar and Sometime is not on a clock.
To get where you want to be, it will require intentionality, sacrifice, and effort.
If you’re wondering where in the world the last 8.5 months have gone, annoyed that you haven’t seen as much growth as you wanted, or questioning what to do next, I’ve been there, done that and got the t-shirt!
I’ve decided to share my “game plan” of intentionality. These three tips are things that I’ve done to stay on track and #GetMyLife. Read More
It's time to uproot fear and plant seeds of consistency. It's easy to get overwhelmed by the changes that we want to see. It's easy to sit on the sidelines and watch as things fall apart. But we have a call to commit to doing what's difficult, what's unpopular, what's radical, in order to be the change that we want to see. Read More
In some circles, commitment is a scary word. It symbolizes the loss of freedom and increased responsibility. Read More
In other circles, commitment is celebrated because goals are accomplished and change occurs.
What if we, as Christians, thought leaders, and influencers, were committed a cause greater than ourselves. Committed to sharing the love of Christ. Committed to loving others. Committed to uplifting in spite of what the news says.