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Think On This . . .
It’s easy to say “yes” and end up with too many things to do.
I’ve learned life is lived best when we purposefully manage our life by doing what’s ours to do. Even so, it’s can seem easier to do something than to be honest and decline.
In the end, stress rises when we do what’s not ours to do. We are assigned to be managers of our own life. The best manager is laser-focused on what is to be done. Defining our “why” and keeping it at the forefront is crucial element to remain focused and keep on course.
Realize you are not made to be all or do all. Use your strengths and gifts to manage your life assignments. And. Remember God is at work in you, giving you the power to do what’s yours to do to completion.