Keeping things in perspective throughout daily life is a challenge
, to say the least, especially when the tasks, goals and dare I say pleasures of life persistently steam roll at you like a freight train. Well, maybe the "pleasures" won't steam roll every day, but if you're a caffeine junkie like me, those coffee and tea breaks are often excuses for procrastination.
And if you by chance run a small business, or two, then you know time truly is precious. Just when you thought you're week was wide open, those calendar slots start filling up faster than you can order up that next cup of coffee.
If you've read this far, it's safe to presume you and I might be in the same boat when it comes to time and staying focused on family, work and ourselves.
So for all the business owners out there, bookmark and check this page early and often
, because I'll be updating it regularly with tiny bits of goodness that get me through my days, weeks, months... Wait a minute... I mean my goals - in life. All of them.
Breath and read... It'll only take a second. I promise:
"We cannot do everything at once, but we can do something at once."
- CALVIN COOLIDGE
"Obstacles cannot crush me; every obstacle yields to stern resolve."
LEONARDO DA VINCI
"The reason most people fail instead of succeed is they trade what they want most for what they want at the moment."
If you've worried about your business or finances - STOP AND READ THIS. It took me a long time to stop being a sever worrier. This tract found me after I learned to stop being worried and fearful and to trust God. Reading this was my affirmation of the right choice. I've never been the same since.
For so many years, I kept having the same mental picture of me, my wife, my young children and my dog, walking together in a tight cluster through a vast, arid desert. No protection from the sun and nothing around as far as the eye could see. This vision was indicative of a season in my life, and indeed that of my family too. THEN THIS TRACT FOUND ME. Read it, and if you've ever found yourself wandering in your business and spiritual life, this will direct you.
Not enough courage in the world anymore it seems. Or perhaps, I'm just in a place where I simply haven't witnessed it lately. Regardless, here's a short, sweet yet powerful call and prayer to courage HERE.
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