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What is it that you want for your future? When you are goal setting, what do you want to achieve?
On Wednesday I posted a review of A Million Miles in a Thousand Years by Donald Miller. Today’s post is inspired from my reading of that book.
When I compare story and plot with vision and goals, I see a big parallel.
A well-crafted goal, a target to shoot for, grants meaning to your day. If you wander around aimlessly, wondering what to do, you don’t have a sense meaning or purpose, right? Continue Reading…
The question before us today: What type of stories do we tell ourselves?
I constantly have a story in my mind about myself. It’s like an eight-track player. The songs change every few minutes, but after a while, the loop comes back around and I’m listening to the same tape over and over all day.
You experience this as well. Each one of us does. A loop that reminds you of who you believe you are, where you came from, and where you think you’re going.
Every day there’s a story in your head.
Occasionally, someone takes the eight-track tape out and puts another one in. It will keep looping, too. It’s the same artist, different album. The instruments and style of music are similar.
If you’re feeling great on a particular day, the music is advanced, upbeat, and full of major chords.
If you’re feeling down, the songs are unpolished, primitive, and full of unrealized potential.
Do you just leave yourself to circumstance to determine which tape plays over and over in your mind? Or can you do something to change this? Continue Reading…