Most people don’t discover God’s vision for their lives. Even if they did discover what God’s vision for their life was, they wouldn’t believe that they could do it. As a result, most people are frustrated with their lives. Because they don’t live up to their God-given potential.
Here’s a simple exercise. Answer the following questions:
- Do you believe that God is all powerful?
- Do you believe that God can use any instrument to accomplish his purposes?
- If God called you to achieve something you thought impossible, could you accomplish it?
That’s why you need to see yourself as God sees you. Here’s how you can find out God’s vision for your life, so you can live up to your God-given potential.
Have you ever gone into a room before and forgot why you went there in the first place? The same kind of thing can happen in your life. You can wake up one day and wonder how your life became the way it is. That’s why it’s crucial to keep your life focus and avoid life distractions.
In life, there are many options to choose from. And you can get tempted to go down some paths that seem good but don’t end up getting you where you want to go. That’s why it is important to maintain your life focus.
Here’s how you can avoid life distractions and keep your life focus.
To develop a strategic company culture, you must think through how you want it to look. Only by putting the thought in beforehand, will you be able to have it turn out the way you want it to turn out.
Alternatively, if you don’t put the thought in on the front end, you will not have the kind of culture you want. You will end up with a culture that just happens. And that nearly always is a recipe for disaster.
Here are three areas to think through in order to reap a strategic company culture.
What you do for a living is worth more than a paycheck. The time you spend working doesn’t have to be just time traded for money. You can spend your working hours in a way that will energize you. You can do work worth doing.
To get to that point, you need to understand what motivates you. And that requires a deep dive into what makes you tick.
In order to discover how you can do work worth doing, ask yourself these nine questions.
Have you ever started something that you didn’t finish? Did you wish later that you had kept at it? You have the ability to take on new things and finish them. You just need to make sure that you don’t quit.
I know that sounds easier said than done. But you can develop the ability to see things through. You can achieve things you never thought possible. But it requires staying power. And it requires that you don’t quit.
Here’s a three step process to help make sure you finish what you start and not quit.
Does your work have meaning to you? Do you get up each day excited about what you get to do that day? Or are you wishing you had more meaningful work to do?
Just passing the time at what we do each day can be frustrating at best and deadening at worst. But the good news is it doesn’t have to be this way.
You can live each day having meaningful work to do. And here’s how.
God has placed a calling on your life. He has created you to do something. But it’s difficult to figure out exactly what that is. Or is it?
God has given you ways that you can find out what He wants you to do. Because He has hardwired you to thrive in certain situations.
The search for your calling in life mirrors your search for the heart of God. God wants you to seek Him with all your heart and in the process you will learn more about yourself.
Here are 20 questions to consider as you seek out your calling.
Many Christians have a wall between their faith and their work. They have a Sunday way of thinking, and a way of thinking for the rest of the week. But you don’t have to limit your faith to the four walls of the church building. You can be the Church at work.
Colossians 3:23-4 tells us that we should put our all into whatever we do, because we ultimately serve the Lord and not just our bosses. So you can allow your faith to permeate all areas of your life—especially your work.
You can look at your workplace as a mission field. And here’s why we should be the Church at work.
I recently led a strategic planning session where I explained how an organization can develop a God-sized vision.
I told the group that if you think you can achieve the vision in your own strength, then it’s not a God-sized vision. But if you cannot achieve the vision without God’s involvement, then you know that it’s a God-sized vision.
Here’s the five-step process I shared with the group for developing a God-sized vision for yourself, your ministry, or your business.
We all know that we should put in our best work on the job. But why? What is your motivation for delivering excellence at work?
Are you looking to make more money? Do you want a promotion? Are you trying to get into the boss’ inner circle?
All of those reasons are good. Unless they are your only reasons.
Here are three ways you can make excellence at work a spiritual priority.