Learning the unforced rhythms of grace

In this season of life as projects pump up, and I juggle the demands of managing my sphere of influence. I am learning to lean into what I know as the unforced rhythms of grace. I believe that is where we see the best fruit and progress grow.  Have you experienced this?

It’s the sweet spot between the ebbs and flow of life where action bubbles under the surface, habits are built, and efforts are focused and present on the now with the future in mind.

Whether you’re building a business, developing your skills for your next job to level up, or you’re moving from marriage into parenthood. Life is always moving, marketing trends are always changing and progressing. It’s not our job to control every factor and minute area of life. It’s our job to keep up with the rhythm of grace as that applies to our begin, our actions, and our responsibilities within this small blue planet.

How switched are we to the pace at which we are traveling? Too slow and you can miss out on an epic adventure beyond anything you could dream off. Yet too fast and you can burn out before you see the return on your investment. Knowing when to rest and when to push through is for most of us a learned behaviour, but that’s why taking a moment to consider the destination and steps required to take us it is so important.

It’s a new month, and we are halfway through the year already. Have you checked your rhythm lately? Are you heading in the direction of where you would like to be in 6 months time? Are you too caught up on the rhythm of your neighbour that you’ve fallen out of sync with your life? Well, today’s a good day to get back to where you need to be.

It doesn’t really matter about the speed, or whether you get there in 6 months or 12 months. What matters is we thrive and not strive.

 

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