If you’ve listened for a while you may be at a spot where you’re really hoping your spouse would tune into the content.
Especially if you’re a husband there is a way that may be really effective around the holiday.
“Honey, for my Christmas present would you [read this book, watch this video training with me...]?”
I have seen this be an effective way to encourage your spouse towards listening and recievubg some of this content that isn’t always the easiest to invite her to listen to or read.
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God bless you this Christmas season!
The new year is just about upon us! But how are you prepping for it? How are you making sure you're growing in the ways God wants you to?
In this podcast, I invite you to think about the ways God may be asking you to reflect on the year you've had. I encourage you to have a pen and paper handy so you can jot down what comes up for you.
Why is this a difficult task? I discuss the 3 reasons people don't reflect, but then the way it's vitally important if we're going to be the people God wants us to become.
Don't go through a difficult season and NOT learn the lessons He wants you to. You'll just be doomed to repeat that same sad, painful situation.
But when you reflect effectively, it gives you hope, peace and faith that God is going to guide you in the next season as well.
When you go through this exercise you'll be able to know how you should focus for the new year. I encourage you to spend the time before the new year focusing on what He wants you to.
With that in mind, I'll be taking 3 weeks off from the podcast so I can focus and listen and plan for 2020. During this time I hope you'll prep yourself for the new year (feel free to relisten to podcasts you may have missed or wanted to listen to again!).
I'll speak with you in the New Year! Merry Christmas and God bless!