We can’t control everything but we can most certainly control our actions. The problem is that we don’t fully consider how our actions (the moves we're making or not making) today affect our future and we let fear keep us from living our best lives now.
“One of the saddest things in life is to get to the end and to look back in regret knowing you could've been, done, and had so much more.” - Hal Elrod
In The Miracle Morning, Elrod shares “Who you are becoming is far more important than what you are doing, yet it’s what you are doing that’s determining who you are becoming”. Wow! This had me thinking more and more about what I’m doing today and how it all affects my tomorrows for years to come.
If you’re like me, the first move is often the most difficult. Sometimes I need a push from one of my accountability partners, someone to say “You know it’s time to….” And that ‘…’ is typically a move of some sort that stretches me.
Are you in that boat today? Is it time for a move of some sort in your life?
(Move) out of the basement, (Move) out of the office, (Move) off the pedestal, (Move) off the high horse, (Move) out of state, (Move) in with your parents, (Move) without your parents, (Move) up the ladder, (Move) the ladder, (Move) by yourself, (Move) away from the relationship, (Move) away from the past,(Move) out of your own way, (Move) out of someone else’s way...Move.
MOVE MOVE MOVE
...out of you comfort zone and not just for the sake of doing so, but because you know that God is calling you to greater.