Struggling to stay focused on your goals? Seem to keep circling back to the same place? Have you been taking some seemingly innocent detours and suddenly find yourself back on the road to “Same ole, same ole”? You are not alone. Many of us have walked that labyrinth of disappointments. What keeps us from moving forward on our goals?read more
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Before she succeeded she was ready to give up. When I think about the women who made history I am convinced that there were many times when they were ready to give up. Weary they must have thought “this is just too hard – who am I to do this?”
Have you ever wanted to give up… just before your breakthrough?
March is Women’s History month – we honor those who have blazed a trail for us to follow. Their actions gained notoriety. But what about the silent heroes? In her book “Well-behaved Women Seldom Make History” historian Laurel Thatcher Ulrich talks about the women who didn’t try to make history - but did. I confess that I have not read this book nor do I know anything about Laurel but I was drawn to the title: Well-behaved women seldom make history.read more
Sometimes I don’t know which road I should take. It gets especially challenging when I allow the voices of past failures to challenge my plans for a New Beginning – or perhaps a Do Over!
My 2015 year-end sabbatical came early. Early Fall after a cross-country RV adventure, I came face-to-face with all the exits and detours that had slowly moved me away from God’s next best step in my life. Yes, even good choices can keep us from God’s BEST choice. Facing your choices,read more