For me, 2009 has been one of the most intense years ever.
Since launching The Resonate Group earlier this year, I’ve been task-saturated with literally hundreds of projects representing thousands (or tens of thousands) of tasks. That’s the nature of being in start-up mode and launching a new ministry/business.
In reality though, most of us have way too many daily responsibilities and active projects. In theory, society rewards those who are diligent, which translates into work and some sort of busyness for us.
But busyness alone won’t cut it.
We should constantly question whether or not we’re working on the right things. Is what you are building of eternal value? No doubt, there are plenty of great options out there that need attention.
But, not necessarily your attention.
Your attention should be given to those things that fit your true passion, giftedness and ministry calling. Everything else should be relegated to it’s rightful secondary place.
So, zoom in and focus as you prepare for 2010. When you do, your objectives will become crystal clear.