Integrity Moments - March 17, 2016

 

Fighting Fires
By:Rick Boxx
March 17, 2016

As somewhat of an optimistic visionary, I can create chaos at times as I try to push forward a new idea before its time, sometimes leaving important projects undone. This can cause frustration for those around me as they fight fires rather than working a methodical plan.

Although I’m still not as good at putting order to my chaos as I’d like, what helps is to pause periodically to look at the big picture. By considering all of the pending projects, and then prioritizing them, helps assure that we are focusing on the most important items.

1 Corinthians 14:40 teaches, “But everything should be done in a fitting and orderly way.”

If you struggle like I do with creating chaos, schedule a regular time each month to review and put order to your priorities.

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