Aug 9, 2012

Applying Your Best Resources to Your Best Work: Great info from Michael Hyatt

Here is an excerpt from a recent post by Michael Hyatt. He writes on Intentional Leadership.

Are You Investing Your Best Resources in the Wrong People?

1.      Acknowledge that your resources are limited.

2.      Become aware of where your resources are going.

 3.      End unproductive or unhealthy relationships.

 4.      Identify the people you should be investing in.

5.      Schedule time on your calendar to serve these people.

Yes, Jesus spent time with broken people. He healed the sick. He comforted the broken-hearted. He ministered to the outcasts.

But he spent the bulk of his resources on just twelve people. He proactively invested in them, knowing that his mission was, humanly speaking, dependent on their success.

Question: Where do you need to shift your focus and allocate your resources differently?

This is just a portion of his postClick here to link through to the full article on his site.  If you find his writing relevant as you peruse his other posts you can subscribe to by clicking here.

It is easy to say no when a situation is obviously not a good fit. Michael Hyatt calls us to say no to good work to pursue our best work.
By focusing the resources God has given you, on the most important work he has for you, you will see the most impact.  
God has given you resources that are unique. What are they?

God has a plan for your life, a calling. What is it?

How can you connect the two?
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