Have you ever felt like you have nothing left to give? Unless you are a special kind of super-human, you probably have. Everybody has been to that place where things feel dried up. Whether its over-extending or just the demands of every day life, we are all going to come to the place of the dry well.
The Bible starts out with a poem. In this poem, God creates creation. He spends 6 days creating light, the stars, the earth, oceans, land, animals, and humankind. On the seventh day, God rested and saw that His work was good.
If God needs rest, then so do we. Continue reading “The Importance of Rest”
You don’t have what it takes.
What is your reaction to that above statement? Does it make you angry? Do you feel resistant? Do you want to prove it wrong? Does it deflate you into resignation? Continue reading “Who Do You Trust?”
I’ve had this big, hairy, audacious goal for a long time. That goal is to write a book. Its a goal that I think a lot of people have but not very many people succeed at. Its a goal that I have used as an excuse to not pay attention to this blog.
The only problem is, I have made very little headway on my goal. Continue reading “Big, Hairy, and Audacious”
We can do more today than we ever could, and it’s not slowing down. I remember when the personal computer was becoming more attainable for the average person. Technology seemed to be moving at a break neck speed. By the time you walked out of the store, your computer was obsolete. Still, these computers ran similar programs. They were basic, but they were helpful. Continue reading “The (Over) Productivity Problem”