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There are only two limiting factors in your life. Do you know what they are? Michael Anthony explores how a clear vision of God and of who you are in relationship to Him determines how far you go and how high you soar. Take off your lid and start living an UNLIMITED LIFE!
Message #29 in our series, Heroes and Underdogs!
Each of us comes into the world the exact same way — but no two people leave it alike. What we become by the time our clock runs out is the result of the choices we make. There are consequences for good choices and consequences for bad choices. Which kinds of consequences would you like to deal with throughout the course of your life? Are the choices you’re making moving you forward or setting you back?
Are you unintentionally sabotaging yourself through your choices? You don’t have to. You can stop the nonsense you may have been putting yourself through — starting today. And by today, I mean that, literally.
The single most important life management thing you can do is set and protect your start-of-the-day routine. Whether you work third shift or no shift, you can’t afford to go through life on autopilot when it comes to how you start each day. You need to have a start-of-the-day routine that sets up the rest of your entire day for success — so you can live in keeping with being the very best version of yourself.
Today will take it’s place as a tile in the mosaic of your life, the masterpiece in the making. Create a beautiful tile. Don’t worry about tomorrow. But you definitely do need to focus on today by creating and protecting your daily routine. The truth is, the entire mosaic of your life hinges on whether or not you do this. If you create and guard your start-of-the-day routine as if your life depends upon it (because it does), everything in all of life will begin to fall into place.
Your morning routine is deeply impacted by your end-of-the-day routine, but that’s for another time for us to explore. Right now, I want you to think about your start-of-the-day routine. What time do you get up? Do you start the very first moment of the day surrendering to your Creator, asking Him to fill you to the overflow, and thanking Him for a fresh start? Remember, yesterday came to an end at midnight, so don’t bring yesterday’s problems into the new day.
Message #28 in our series, Heroes and Underdogs!