Do you have a process to succeed or one to fail? What habits do you do every day that cause you to succeed or to fail?
So many fail continually in life because they haven’t developed skills (a process to continually succeed). Do we dwell on our mistakes or do we learn from them and move on? These questions, if answered properly — truthfully — can change our lives forever.
How we react to bad news, adversity can determine how successful we can become in life. Do we break down, fall apart, begin blaming someone or something, or do we look at it, see it for what it is, and begin to calmly walk through it? It’s our choice — we learn or we succeed. When you fail — make a mistake, make a bad decision — learn from it. Don’t allow it to sidetrack you, deceive you, but begin a process to learn from it.
Someone used an example of traffic lights: 10% of the time you are in the green, 10% of the time you are in the red, and 80% of the time you live in yellow where decisions are being made which will determine how you go into the red or green. But without devloping a process to win, to overcome, you will fail. As believers, I believe we all need to develop a process that helps us win more.
- Schedule a time to read the word and purpose to do it.
- Schedule a time to pray.
- Make church a priority in your life.
- Serve God by serving others.
- Give — be generous — make sure you are honoring God financially.
If you do these things, you will find your life is much better and you will win more.
What are your processes leading you to — failure or success? Your choice, always!
Just a thought,
Published on Tuesday, June 1, 2021 @ 10:07 AM CDT
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