LIFE REFERENCE: LUKE 10:38-42
But Martha was very busy and distracted with all of her serving responsibilities; and she approached Him and said, “Lord, is it of no concern to You that my sister has left me to do the serving alone? Tell her to help me and do her part.”
Biblical Definition of Distraction
A distraction is something that takes your attention away from what you’re supposed to be doing. … Distraction comes from the Latin dis-, “apart,” and trahere, “drag.” So, distraction is when you’re dragged away from your task.
The word in Luke 10:40 (περιεσπᾶτο) in the Greek literally means to drag all around, to draw away and to be driven about mentally. Often that’s what a distraction can feel like…we are being drawn away from purpose, or unable to focus.
And this I say for your own profit, not that...
What is the one goal or activity you want to fulfill this week, month, or year?
It may seem daunting; you feel it will drain you or, in extreme cases, feels the mere act of starting the task will “suck the life juices” out of you!
If you have felt this way, be encouraged you're NOT alone as I shine the light on the enemy of every project God places on my heart.
What is it?
Today, I’m going to expose its meaning, methodology, modes, and, most of all, how to take MASTERY over it!
The dictionary defines it as:
a/ the act or habit of procrastinating, or putting off or delaying, especially something requiring immediate attention.
b/ to delay doing something until a later time because you do not want to do it, because you are lazy, etc.
c/ to keep delaying something that must be done, often because it is unpleasant or boring
Procrastination is a type of avoidance behavior characterized by deferment of actions or...
Am I the only one?
It seems the moment I attempt to sit down to draft a new blog, a course, or outline a book of which I know the content will inspire my sisters...
It seems all of hell launches a full-court campaign to DISTRACT me!
Two quick questions for you to ponder:
The dictionary states “something that prevents someone from giving their attention to something else”.
As a visionary, inspirational speaker, best selling author I must candidly expose the enemy's trap…once God places that “project” in your heart the distractions as my beloved Grandmother would say “will come out of the woodwork!”
Distractions get in the way every day, keeping you from being as productive as you might like. These distractions come in many forms, from ringing doorbells and telephones to emails,...
Today, I'm going to share with you five powerful ways to regain your life back from what the devil has stolen.
My passion is helping women share their unique faith journeys through the life lessons they have learned along the way with clarity and confidence so they can impart it to the next generation.
So whether it's a book, a podcast, a new organization to impact the next generation, a nonprofit, and more, our expertise helps you translate your journey and communicate it so that others may learn.
Do you know the number one tactic that stops many of these dynamic women, it's five voices that will attempt to bring their creativity to a screeching halt!
And I've discovered this after working with thousands of women from around the world.
So get your pen and get your notepad and let's get into it.
The Five Voices:
That's an attempt to tear down your self-esteem. Make you doubt. Wonder question....
When it comes to procrastination, planning can be the solution or the obstacle. Managing your time sometimes helps you to stop putting things off. On the other hand, if you have trouble moving beyond the planning stage, you may wind up bogged down in analysis paralysis.
Maybe you already have signs of over-planning in your life. You read the latest bestselling diet books, but put off cutting calories and going to the gym. You want to start a business, but you do so much research that conditions change before you’re ready to launch.
You can learn how to turn your dreams into reality. Use these tips to help you move from thinking to doing.
Tackling the Underlying Causes of Excess Planning:
1- Accept uncertainty. It’s impossible to predict the future. Embracing change is more effective than resisting it. Being adaptable creates more security than trying to rely on a false sense of control
2- Make an effort. Talking about something usually requires less energy...