Is there a God?
Where do you feel "at home"?
Over the past three months I have been consulting with The 315 Project. Their mission is to help Christians know and share their story. As part of our journey together, I went through their process of knowing and sharing my story.
I have been on quite the journey over my 29 years here on earth. God has continued to demonstrate Himself through me and my story. I share my story to inspire, teach and give hope to others who are struggling in life.
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Have you heard it takes 21 days for form a habit? Perhaps you’re the wiser, having read the details of psychologist Pippa Lally’s research at the University College of London that suggests habits take much longer, up to 254 days, or about 66 days on average. That’s as far as most people get. But to really understand habits, especially why some are so elusive, you must understand the x-factor…automaticity.
Teaching young people to sell is a priceless gift. The confidence and clarity that comes from being able to engage and to cause a transaction is a trait that can pay off for a lifetime.
Are you ever afraid someone will ask you why you believe what you believe? Do you fear someone might question what you believe?
Responding to people's questions and challenges can get complicated. But what if you were confident you had the answer to the most important question about your faith?
If we are not motivated to work hard we are likely missing Purpose and Vision.
Purpose is our why. Why are we working? Why should we get out of our comfort zone to do hard things? Purpose propels us forward. It is what pushes us to do what we need or want to accomplish.
Vision is our where. Where will working take us? Where will we end up when all is said and done? Vision pulls us forward.
In the carrot and stick analogy, purpose can act as our stick (push motivation) where vision can act as our carrot (pull motivation).
When we don't start something, it is likely because we don't have sufficient purpose.
If we have the motivation to start something but not to finish, we likely have an insufficient vision (or confidence in it) for it.
When we combine a strong purpose and vision, we are able to start and finish what we set our mind to. This is the key to becoming an achiever.
Who is Jesus of Nazareth?
Who has had the most impact on your life?
How can this transition framework help your organization?