As the world scrambles to find a sense of order and direction during this chaos, I’m focusing my time and energy on improving my life. I have decided to take this time to reflect so I can redirect.
For the first time in my life, everyone around the world has an opportunity that may never come around again anytime soon. Today many are being confined to spend a significant amount of time with their families. There is no better time to use this voluntary self-quarantine to self-evaluate.
As such, I’ve audited ten areas in my life to acknowledge where I’m doing well and what areas need work. In the process, I’ve learned a lot. The most important thing I’ve learned so far is about priorities.
I’ve learned that my priorities needed a restart and reshuffling. The things I thought were important no longer seem that important, and somethings I’ve been neglecting need to take precedence.
Today I encourage you to reflect and audit your life. Be honest with yourself and focus on what you have rather than what you don’t. Then take steps to redirect your life in the direction it needs to go.
FX3 Daily D:
Read and meditate on Luke 12:22-32. What do these verses say to you?
If given a choice, what one “thing” would you keep if you lost everything today?
Meditate / Make It Real:
What will you do today to start making that one “thing” first?