Integrity Moments - Aug. 31, 2012

 


A New Outcome!
By: Matt Cline
August 31, 2012

My friend Matt wrote, “There are a few things in my business I’d like to change.  The problem is I find a thousand excuses.  There’s a saying in business that states; “If you don’t like your outcome, change your response.” 

In simple terms, change your old habits and ways of doing things.  Unless I change my business practices and behaviors, I shouldn’t expect a different outcome. 

In Galatians 2:20, Paul wrote, “I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me.” 

Paul realized that through the death and resurrection of Jesus, he had the opportunity for a new outcome.  Just like Paul, you and I can experience new success and outcomes in our lives and businesses if we’re willing to crucify our old ways.

(Today’s Integrity Moment was courtesy of our guest author Matt Cline)

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