Day 18 – Add S.O.A.P.

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Spending time in the word of God is essential to knowing him better. You can read a verse today and see one thing, but two years from now, you could read the same verse and see something more — a deeper, maturer understanding of the Holy Spirit’s revelatory power.

Today I’m merely challenging you to S.O.A.P. your anchor scripture again. We did it for the first time on Day 8.  My belief is that your experiences in the last 10 or more days, will reveal some growth and possibly the revelation of a new goal. Working to clean ourselves up so that we can better serve our Lord is good practice. We should continuously look to Father for his guidance and include him in every decision, conversation, or presentation that we’re a part of. Ask for clarity — even in the little things.

Now, let’s get ready for the…

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What Are You Building? – Better Twogether, LLC

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Scripture reminds us of many things, but this message is truly life-saving.

Therefore encourage one another and build one another up, just as you are doing. ~ 1 Thessalonians 5:11

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Did You Plan To Fail?

 

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Nearly every person I know is a planner and has a planner. If not for these organizational whizzes, there would be no need for businesses that allow you to customize your own planners each year. I must admit that I marvel at…

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The Staircase Effect

This morning as I was praying about this post, I was reminded of my first position as a school leader.  I worked in a comprehensive high school with lots of stairs. Each set of stairs had a color, so it was really important to know…

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Welcome Dream Big Partner: Better Twogether!

I am pleased to welcome the latest blogger to become a Dream Big Partner: BetterTwogether:

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Here is an excerpt from the Better Twogethe

Michelle is a writer, Certified Life Coach, and a Master Teacher with 25 years of experience as a facilitator of learning and a school leader. From as far back as her young adult years, Michelle can recall having a passion for helping others — whether serving her local church and community or teaching in various schools throughout the United States, her desire to share her knowledge with others has been her life’s mission.

At the heart of who she is lies her values: relationships, balance, honesty, and commitment. These core values have served her well and are evident to all who meet her. According to Michelle, strong relationships are vital to successfully navigating life’s journey, and at the foundation is a relationship with God. Once you know him and live a life that’s pleasing to him, all other kinships or partnerships are sweeter as a result.

Equally important to Michelle is balance (or equilibrium). A life that is balanced is a fruitful one. The right mix of hard work, play time, reflection, and alone time is difficult to achieve at times, but that mix is necessary for living your best life. When your life is unbalanced, the result is stress, anxiety, or even physical pain. Michelle believes that finding the right mix to achieve balance is essential to living your best life now.

Honesty is the best policy or so the saying goes. Scripture also tells us that the truth shall set you free. Michelle is fair and honest with her clients because it’s what God expects from her, and it’s necessary in building strong relationships. A partnership built on half-truths or lies is in imminent danger of crumbling, but a relationship that is built on honesty can weather any storm.

Last on the list but certainly not least is commitment. Michelle’s commitment to loving and serving God is her top priority. She espouses the work ethic described in Colossians 3:23 — “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters.” A commitment like this guarantees honesty, balance, and a strong relationship.

Allow Coach Michelle to walk alongside you and help you move from where you are to where you want to go. Drop her a line at michellemalone@bettertwogether.org  to schedule your free 30-minute Discovery Call or Book It Now.

You can find the Better Twogether logo in my sidebar and on the Partners' Page at the top of my website!  When you visit be sure to tell her Danny sent ya!

 

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This is The Courage To Shift!

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When I finally stopped and drilled down to the source of feeling like something was missing from my life, I realized I had to do something different. I had two major wounds that weren’t healing, and they had become a cancer in my soul turning me into a person I didn’t want to become.  I needed to address a failing marriage and a dead-end career. Both would challenge my financial situation and while it would be hard, I knew I would be better off in the long run. I mentally prepared for the beatings I was about to take and set off on my life altering journey.

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While I worked three jobs after leaving my marriage (two the entire time of my marriage) to complete the critical goal of becoming debt free, I knew my body couldn’t sustain that long-term. My full-time job required a 4am start and I worked…

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