setting the foundation
JuLY 20, 2023
JuLY 20, 2023
I believe you are called to thrive, not just be resilient or survive.
However, it requires rethinking the thinking. Stop settling for resilience and transform crisis or change into the opportunity to thrive
Thriving is really an issue of you, or I, being. It is not something we do, its a theme of our loyalties, our fidelity. A theme of fidelity, the loyalty of faith as it is something we have passion and fidelis for it.
For example, we all have faith every time we get behind the wheel of a vehicle and head out on the highway. There is faith that other people will obey the Highway Traffic Act. The same principle applies when we get on an airplane, we have faith that it will get us to where we want to go. Part of faith impacts when these moments happen for example when a non-smoker gets lung cancer or a plane crash or job loss or for that matter a marital ending OK.
Many times, don’t you feel like you get told to work harder and go faster? As if BUSY is some badge of honour?
First of all, I want to start this with a very simple premise – I have yet to meet a person who does not want to thrive, to run your race, to finish well, to succeed in a way that matters to you. This requires you and me to look at thriving in a different way, not merely some clinical, research, and policy mindset but in the values-anchored ethos where even when we get a wallop you and I find a way to get back in the game.
Honestly are you tired of programs, and courses, without the progress that you desired?
Let me make this in a personal way, I reach a point where I am tired of buying or doing one more thing but only ending up feeling sold not getting an ROI.
Are you living with passion, that fire in the bones that you want what you were doing so badly that it hurts?
Would people, yourself included, describe you as a person of faith, faithfulness, fidelity, and loyalty to your values in spite of storms and roars that happen?
“And when at some future date the high court of history sits in judgment on each of us … will be measured by the answers to four questions
First, were we truly men [women] of courage…
Second, were we truly men [women] of judgment…?
Third, were we truly men [women] of integrity…?
Finally, were we truly men [women] of dedication?” – John F. Kennedy, 1961
If you would like to follow along in an easy format please go to Amazon and purchase a copy of the book Run Toward The Roar: Transforming Crisis and Change into the Opportunity to Thrive, as that is the theme that we will be building on.
If you’re willing to please send me an e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org I would like to send you chapter one of the discovery guide so that I can encourage you in the thinking of this journey.
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