Blog 43: The Change Series (Part 6) — The Ultimate Change
Change is continuous … All you have to do is to take down some of the old photo albums to recognise that truth. When someone says you haven’t changed a bit, they’re either lying or not very observant! As Christians we are expected to change, isn’t that what the role of the Holy Spirit is? Isn’t He working daily and little by little transforming us into someone more like Jesus? Birth is celebrated, we look forward to it with anticipation. Will it be a boy or a girl? These days
Blog 42: The Change Series (Part 5) —Change Your Perspective and Focus Instead on the Process!
The Problem— Like it or not Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) or Key Results Indicators (KRI) are a fact of my life! They’re a management tool used to drive my focus and measure my outcomes against business expectations. If KPIs/KRI’s are not met, consequences follow. A few individuals regularly exceed their KPIs, the bulk fall within acceptable ranges and then there’s the others… Frustration—When results fall short of Key Performance Indicators The story— For months I strug
Blog 41—The Change Series (Part 4) —What does Recognition look Like?
In last weeks blog, Confronting Your Hidden Fears, we dug below the surface of what a Christian may appear to be, and discovered a ‘dirty little secret’. Perhaps you have been there too. For all your life you have been living with something held closely and hidden from public view. The sort of thing you don’t want to admit to, because you are a Christian, and Christians don’t act that way … think that way… or react that way. Christians have expectations to live up to! There i
Blog 40—The Change Series (Part 3) —Confronting Your Hidden Fears
Most people I know would say that they want to live an authentic life. The only problem with living an authentic life is that it leaves you vulnerable. Your faults and failures are on view, for all to see. Sometimes it’s easier to live a lie, a little white lie, rather than face ridicule or rejection. Tweet this: ‘Sometimes it’s easier to live a lie, a little white lie, rather than face ridicule or rejection’—https://bit.ly/2Jg2WIk But that’s not what Jesus calls us to do. He