A Bias For Action [Todd]

Friday, October 23, 2009
Every effective leader, parent, employee, or pastor has at least one thing in common.

They each have a relentless bias for action.

At every turn, at nearly every moment they are doing something.

Leading change in their organization. Figuring out how to do more with less. Plotting out how to exceed expectations. Creating teachable moments for their kids. Having important conversations with their spouse. Overhauling their shaky finances by making and sticking to a budget. Beginning an exercise program. Dreaming up new ministry initiatives. Crafting strategic initiatives to take the next hill.

Actually taking that hill.

Nothing happens when nothing happens.

Take an honest look at your life - your work life, spiritual life, physical health life, relational life...

If an "action expert" were to do an "action inventory" of your life where would they rate your bias for action on a scale of 1-5?

Not happy with your answer?

Then grab a pad and a pen today - now if you can - and craft some specific action steps in the areas of your life that need the most remodeling. Ask someone to hold you accountable. And then act!

Trust me, in thirty days you will have an entirely different, and better, life!

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