Posts in Priorities
Balance to Breakthrough

As the year comes to an end, take an assessment of your progress. Looking back on the year may leave you feeling frustrated. Perhaps you’ve achieved very little that you set out to accomplish. Not to worry. It’s time to break free from the same old routine.

If ready to go from balance to breakthrough, your mindset is a great place to start. Don’t dwell on how far you have to go. Reflect on how far you've already come. You can’t do all at once, but you can still do something. Focus on what you can do today.

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Faithful in Small Things

Experience is a great teacher, but take caution with a pattern of thinking centered around perfect timing. Such a mindset will set you on a path of going in circles. Fear of making a mistake or not being ready may stop you from moving forward altogether.

If you wait to feel 100% ready or until circumstances are perfect, the right moment will never come. Have a big vision, but don't just dream. Focus on what you can do today. The plan will unfold as you move forward. If faithful in the small things, little by little you'll build the courage to step into the big things.

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Passion On Purpose

Be honest with yourself, and follow your heart. When you do what you enjoy, there’s a natural excitement. Everything flows and falls into place.

In conclusion, pursue passion on purpose. Identify what you love to do. Assess how often you're doing it. And resolve to take action. Invest in yourself and live with intention.

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Balance Your Goals

If you have a vision, you're accustomed to thinking about goals. The challenge is to determine the best course of action. Responsibilities and priorities compete for your time. Finding a healthy balance is essential. Once found, do whatever it takes to Inspire Yourself to Action.

In conclusion, discover what works for you and stick to it. Maintain a healthy balance. Challenge yourself, but create a plan that leads to a sense of accomplishment. Even the smallest step deserves recognition. You'll enjoy the journey as you celebrate small successes along the way.

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Balance Beyond the Busyness

Busyness is used as a measure of success. If able to do more, have more and be more, we somehow feel in control of our lives. If you feel this way, you’ve come to the right place. That very same drive that pushes you to do more, have more and be more is calling you into a courageous, purposeful life.

Finding balance beyond the busyness is possible. The answer is inside of you. But you have to slow down long enough to hear your own thoughts. Make time for yourself daily. Rediscover what you love to do, and do it. And if you have a goal, take action every day. The size of the step is unimportant. Just be consistent. Do it for you.

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Unlock Your Potential

If you allow ordinary life to keep you preoccupied, you won’t have energy left over to step into the extraordinary. A desire to reach your full potential may be there, but you just might lack the courage to act on it. You need to find the keys to unlock your potential. Once found, do whatever it takes to stay encouraged. 

Even the smallest step deserves recognition and should be celebrated. Don’t wait for praise or approval from others. You are your own best advocate. Do it for yourself. Inspire Yourself to Action.

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Balanced Expectations

Making space for important things in life is key. Goals need to be challenging yet realistic and attainable. The only way to make space is to reorganize, prioritize and declutter your life.

Busyness and responsibility make it hard to balance daily life with a bigger vision. Still, it’s possible to find balance. Set hopeful expectations that are realistic, but be sure that your expectations are big enough. Expect great things to happen. Walk in that belief. What once felt impossible will feel within reach.

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Invest in Your Future

At times we set ourselves up for failure when we try to fit more into an already busy schedule. If you’re already at your max, you need to prioritize and start with small steps. The wiser you are with time, the easier it is to recognize where you might be wasting time. 

Assess how you’re spending your time. Focus on attainable, achievable goals. Look at your time as something you can buy back. You can’t shove more into an already busy schedule, but you can build margin into your life.

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Make the Most of Today

Maintain a grateful, optimistic attitude as you go through your daily routine. You’ll have more energy at the end of the day. You’ll also be refreshed and ready to spend time doing what you really want to do.

Yes, it’s great to imagine a life doing what you love and loving what you do all day every day. But it starts with the right mindset doing what you’re doing right here right now. Be thankful for where you are as you work towards your goals.

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Healthy Balance in Action

A busy lifestyle may throw you off balance. Daily stressors are a part of life. They simply can’t be avoided. Work through what might be standing in the way then relax and celebrate accomplishments along the way.

Balance is a conscious choice. It may involve sacrifice, but keep the end goal in mind. Positive benefits far outweigh the sacrifice and effort required.


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Box Full of Expectations

Get ready to reorganize your box. It’s time to reprioritize to make room for what you really want to do in life. Daily expectations have their place, but they don’t need to take up all the space. Balance is key. Goals should be big enough to stretch you yet realistic enough that you can reach them.

Barriers placed around hopeful expectations hinder forward progress. Don’t limit faith and hope by shoving them to the side. Above all else, never try to fit God in a box. There will never be enough room inside.

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Declutter Your Life

Busyness is similar to physical clutter. It builds up quickly. The tendency is to push things to the side. Task piled on top of task makes it hard to find time for important things in life.

Confusion opens the door to fatigue and frustration. If not cleared away at onset, it builds up. If you want to be the best version of yourself, keep mental and physical clutter to a minimum. It simply weighs you down.


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