The challenge in the process is not in making decisions; it’s in creating the foundation that makes decisions easy.
We live in a culture of experts. We are encouraged to become experts, and we are bombarded by experts who want to tell us the way to do things. But expertise has its limits.
Life happens. Obligations arise. Sometimes you have to adapt. But how do you adapt without losing momentum in your daily routine and rituals?
A 30-day challenge can be a fun way to challenge yourself, but if you want to create a lasting change, time-fixed challenges are a waste of time.
Outcomes and process the cornerstones of productivity: what you produce (or deliver) and how you produce (or deliver) it. Most of us get stuck in one or the other; sometimes in both. Yesterday I shared several ways we get stuck with process. Today I’m addressing outcomes.
Celebrate the risk, not the result. If you’re willing to risk failure you can’t be mad at yourself when you fail.
What happens when the very thing we are praying for is also the very thing that threatens to destroy us?