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Fail To Plan And You Plan To Fail!

It is amazing how many people want success, victory and blessings, yet so many of us never ever take the time to actually plan for these things. We just think that by wishing for them every now and then, that we might get lucky and everything fall into place as if by magic.

Every 24 hours we are given a day to do with as we please. If we are wise, we will make plans for every day we are blessed with and if we are careful and conscientious to follow those plans, then our plans with guide us strategically through the maze of busy activity to a place of accomplishment and fulfillment. If we are not careful to lay out a plan at the beginning of the day, then before we know it, we will be at the end of our day and at the mercy of coincidence and chaos.

‘In their hearts humans plan their course, but the Lord establishes their steps.” -Proverbs 16:9

We have been created to accomplish the divine stuff of the supernatural, if we will take the time to plan and then commit to work that plan. A failure to plan, will allow procrastination to sit on the throne of our decision making and cause us to be disoriented and lost from the very beginning.

What is the big things you want to get done, need to get done today? Try to pick at least three things that need to be accomplished to help you make progress toward your big goals in life. When you figure out your big three, break each one of them down into action steps and prioritize the steps and you have a plan for your day. This is what makes the impossible become possible. When we get this right, the unmanageable, becomes manageable and helps us to get unstuck and back on track.

Taking the time to plan your day will give you the insight you need to live the blessed and incredible life you were created for. Take some time today to think about your week, which is made up of seven days. Think about what you need to do during those seven days to accomplish the goals that move your forward and give you the progress you were created for. If you will do you part, God will do His part to help you and miracles will become a naturally occurring reality in your life and living…

A Perfect Day!

Maybe the reason we don’t have more perfect days is because we haven’t take the time to think about exactly what a perfect day looks like. James Allen said: “You are today where your thoughts have brought you; you will be tomorrow where your thoughts take you.” Our thoughts are the vehicle that moves us from one place to another. So, if we fix our thoughts, then we fix our life!

One of the best ways to fix our life is by generating a spirit of optimism that looks for the best, rather than the worst. A great way to obtain a right spirit is by gaining a sense of the direction that we wish our life to travel in. When we get this clear picture and begin to commit ourself to a plan of positive action and reaction, we tend to focus on our destination, which helps us to overcome the mundane distractions that can cause us to lose focus.

This is the day that the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it. -Psalms 118:24

Ask yourself: “What kind of day do I want today to be?” If today went exactly as I would like for it to, it would look like this… How will you invest the hours, minutes and seconds of today? What would you like to work on and accomplish? What kind of attitude would you like to have and keep all day long? Who are the friends and family that your want to make sure to have contact with? Where is the direction you’ve chosen going to take you by day’s end, if you get your wish?

Make the first moments of your day, the time that you determine the direction and purpose of your journey to a brighter future and more blessed life. Make some time to think about any changes you need to commit to and write down a few simple goals that inspire you to live your best life, right here and right now, today.

Think through and determine some of the specific steps you need to take to achieve this perfect day and get to work on taking those steps as soon as you can. You are the Captain of your ship, you are calling the shots and you can experience what you are looking for, if you choose to do your part. It’s really not that difficult or unrealistic. Listen to your heart, trust your gut and yield to your spirit and enjoy your perfect day, every day for the rest of your life…

Changing Your Change!

So I’m on the road today and I really have not had a chance to sit down and write anything on the blog, but I have a very unofficial goal of trying to post something everyday, so I figured I would pull out my phone and see if I had a little something in my heart I could pump out.

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how I spent the whole first half of my life trying to change myself in an attempt to live up to what I thought was everyone else’s expectations. The problem with trying to change ourselves, is that it will almost always leave us disappointed, because there is always going some way, shape or form that the world uses to try and convince us that we need to change ourselves.

“Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.” -James 1:17

The reality is that you are who you are and trying to change who you are will leave you disappointed and frustrated every time. A better way of doing life and working for meaningful change is to change your actions and reactions. When we work to change our actions and reactions, a more authentic version of who we really are begins to show up.

If you stop and think about it, I’m sure you can identify at least three actions that you need to change. You know these action are destructive and costing you more than you want to pay. When we talk about needing to change who we are, we are really distracting ourselves from giving attention to the actions and reactions that need to change in our life and living.

Identify your three actions to change, make a plan on how you will do it and get to work. The changing of your actions will not necessarily change you, but it will allow the real you to emerge and you and others will find that the real you is a true blessing and gift to this world…