man looking out into the distance

Looking for Success in All the Wrong Places

Many of us seek “success”. We believe our assignment (purpose) is God-given yet we look to others for the plans, details, and strategies for that assignment rather than going back to the one who gave us the assignment. We listen to many different voices hoping they will help us fulfill our God-given assignment. And what do we have to show for it? Confusion, missing information, incomplete, bi-polar success, and little or no money.

We were never meant to follow the crowd. We are called to stand out. We are called to lead. Our success is guaranteed but only if we are on the right assignment. Success in the wrong assignment is failure.

It’s time for a realignment.
What is YOUR assignment? Do you remember? Are you clear on your assignment? Are the details clear?

How do we reconnect with our true assignment?
Take a day, get a notebook and pen and
1. Get somewhere quiet and sit down. Turn off the distractions. Better yet leave them at home.
2. Get quiet. Stop talking. Lean in and listen.
3. Do what you hear in your quiet time. Act quickly.
4. Rinse and repeat weekly.

Tim Gillette

Change Your Playlist

This podcast is from an interview with Rocker Life Coach, Tim Gillette.  In this 5 minute piece, he speaks about how so many of us have negative tapes (thoughts) going on in our heads that replay over and over. He talks about his personal struggle and what he does every day to win.  Consider the source of what you hear in your headsets and if you don’t like the voices in your head change the playlist. “You make the music that going to be in your life”.  Enjoy.

 

Learn more about Tim here.

Colorful Spring Garden

Not by Accident.

Why are we here?  Why now?  We could have been born in any other era but we are here now.   This is not by accident.  This is on purpose.  This was deliberate.  Myles Munroe said once, “there is something that this world needs that makes your birth necessary”.  Find out what that is today.  Discover your true purpose today.