It’s time to stop reacting to life and what it throws at you. Let’s instead take some initiative to Advance in Life.
I was scrolling through Instagram recently and saw a post about the countdown to the end of the year, and that in fact, the countdown is really to the end of the decade. That’s crazy! Didn’t we just flip to the year 2000, and now it’s suddenly going to be 2020?!
[Side Note 1: the fact that I just said that likely makes me old. That sneaks up on you!]
[Side Note 2: the fact that I said “that sneaks up on you” confirms Side Note 1.]
As we approach the end of the year, and the end of the “20-teens,” some might look at the calendar and suddenly shift into “scurry mode” and buckle down to try and accomplish a laundry list of goals or intentions before the calendar flips officially to 2020.
Were there things you thought you would have accomplished by now? Something perhaps that has been on your list that hasn’t gotten any traction?
That can feel deflating or frustrating. Don’t let that get you down too much. Don’t sit in disappointment of what hasn’t happened. You’ll never move forward with that mindset.
Instead, what if you spent the remainder of 2019 readying for a new decade? Do some honest assessment of where you are, and then begin to look, and plan, ahead for what’s to come.
Check out my newest eBook, Advancing in Life. In this book I walk you through a process for taking a look at where you are right now, dreaming for the future, and creating a plan to move toward that future picture in all areas of your life.
It’s time to stop reacting to life and what it throws at you. Let’s instead take some initiative to Advance in Life. Let’s move forward together.
Husband, father, pastor, and Steelers fan. Lover of coffee, dogs, and bourbon.