I highly, highly recommend purchasing a set of Lara Casey’s PowerSheets. Last night, I started working through her action-planning sheets for each of my five goals. I will soon be filling out weekly and monthly tending sheets, as well. (The perfectionist in me wants to rush through this process, because, goodness, we are already a week into January, and I need to get planning for this month!) But one thing I’ve learned from Lara is that great things happen little by little.
Small steps. Small changes. Faith as small as a mustard seed.
Last night, as I was working, I started to feel I was rushing, quickly writing things down, in order to make it to the tending sheets, but then I closed my binder and just decided I was going to take the rest of this week and weekend to prayerfully make my way through the rest of my action-planning and brainstorming. I don’t want a meaningless to-list full of meaningless action items. I want a list that brings God glory and truly makes a difference in my life and others’ lives.
So, I guess the answer to this post’s question of where to begin after you’ve set your goals is actually pretty simple:
Prayerful planning that leads to small steps and small changes…And faith as small as a mustard seed that God will move in BIG WAYS.
P.S. I’m getting excited to prep for the book club I’m kicking off next month.
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