Do you have issues? I do.
I have plenty. I tend to be overly controlling, selfish, impatient, a perfectionist, OCD, defensive when being coached, and sometimes I act like I know it all. And that’s just the beginning of the list.
I’ve never been to an AA (alcoholics anonymous) meeting, I haven’t had a sip of alcohol in 9 years, but I’ve studied the 12 steps in the process. I’m not a fan of some of the steps, but I really like step 4.
Step 4 refers to “searching and taking a fearless moral inventory of ourselves”.
I like this version of truth much better. An excerpt from Paul’s second letter to the Church in Corinth.
“Test yourselves to make sure you are solid in the faith. Don’t drift along taking everything for granted. Give yourselves regular checkups.” -2 Corinthians 13:5
Want liberty? Take inventory.
Want to eliminate sin in your life? Assess your progress.
It has been said, you can fool others, you can fool yourselves, but you can’t fool God.
We all have weaknesses. Or in my world we call them growth opportunities. And we all want freedom. Freedom to be who God created us to be. Freedom to be the best version of ourselves.
You will never experience real freedom if you don’t confront your issues. You won’t know what your issues are if you don’t make intentional time to identify them.
That’s why my company has invested a lot of money and a lot of time to create a digital “inventory taking” platform. For corporations, and for people like you and me.
It’s time for you to start taking a regular evaluation of your current reality.
Start By Answering These Questions:
1. Where are you and why are you there?
2. What is your desired reality? Where are you going and why do you want to be there?
3. What are the obstacles keeping you from your desired reality? What will you do to eliminate those barriers?
Once you have answered the above questions, you can work to create a comprehensive execution strategy.
So, what will you do today to minimize the gap from current reality to desired reality?
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