Whenever I listen to the latest podcast on leadership or read a blog post on personal growth, a common theme pops up:
To accomplish big goals, write them down.
It’s not enough to dream big (though this is a start); you need to show commitment. The act of writing down your goals makes them come alive. It also allows you to look back on them and have others to hold you accountable on your progress toward your goal.
We are meant to experience with all five of our senses. For me, the act of writing makes the ideas that I have become memorable. When I write – particularly in my journal, with pen and paper – I feel the pages in between my fingers. I see the colorful cover of my journal. I smell the ink from my pen. I hear the etching of the ink on the page. All of these experiences imprint my hopes, dreams, prayers onto my mind and heart, rather than letting them float aimlessly without taking shape.
In Proverbs 3:3-4, we are told:“Let not steadfast love and faithfulness forsake you;bind them around your neck;write them on the tablet of your heart.So you will find favor and good successin the sight of God and man.”
|“The Lord our God we will serve and his voice we will obey.” -Joshua 24:29|
|“Not one word has failed from all his good promise, which he spoke by Moses his servant.” -1 Kings 8:56|
|May all be welcomed and blessed who enter this home…|
|In the upstairs bedrooms, which will eventually be kids’ rooms:
May our children know the love of their heavenly Father.