I am in charge of my future. My health, mind, body, and Spirit. I truly thank those who have kept me lifted in prayer during these past weeks. I am still breathing, still resting and still waiting for a needed surgery. I'm still a work in progress but God is indeed a healer. We are taking a few sessions in the evening and lunchtime couple chats. Check out the schedule online for openings. We miss you guys! Sign up for our new 15 min "Pep Talk" for $39. That's it. We are your accountability partners in your relationship! We're here to help. You are responsible for getting the help that you need.
I hold myself fully responsible for the life I live. My future is entirely in my hands, and I avoid putting that responsibility on anyone else. I am the person in charge of my future.
I have a set of goals that I use to guide my decisions. My time is allocated according to my goals. When I know my goals and dedicate my time to them, I am creating my future. This is very clear to me. I rest when I need to, and I pray and meditate every day all day to keep myself in peace. The peace that passes all understanding. If I miss a goal, I accept the defeat and try again.
I take responsibility for dealing with setbacks in my life. The road to my future can be bumpy, but I am okay with that. I find solutions and execute them. I stay on the path to the future I have designed.
I determine the people I allow into my life. Some people make my plans more likely to happen. Others are more likely to get in the way of my plans. I control which people come into my life, which people stay, and which leave. I am in charge of my future, and this includes determining which people are in my life.
I avoid blaming others for the challenges in my life. Blaming others is failing to take responsibility. Blaming my circumstances is also a failure on my part.
Today, I accept full responsibility for my life. I insist on being in charge of my future. I am creating the life I desire. Even in my pain, I am still in charge of my outcome. I refuse to allow anything to derail my destiny. I've got this. God's got me. And He will cover me AND cover you too. Trust the process.
1. What are my five biggest goals for the next five years?
2. What can I start doing today to achieve those goals?
3. When do I fail to take responsibility for my life? Whom or what do I blame?