Learning to Drive Manually

“Imagine having a brand-new sports car in your garage, just waiting to be driven. Yet you insist on hitchhiking everywhere because you’re too busy or too preoccupied to learn how to drive and use this incredibly powerful car. Crazy, huh?”

It’s not that we are “too busy” to do what we know we need to do; it’s that we don’t appreciate the blessings that have been given to us. If we did, we would take the time to learn or implement skills and strategies in key areas of our lives. But instead, we’d rather walk than learn how to drive- in our relationships, in our finances, and in our spiritual lives. We can do better!

This week, let’s invest in ourselves and make time for the things that are truly important to our LONG-TERM goals and aspirations. β€ͺ#β€ŽEternalMindset‬

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About 5eriouslyernest

Aspiring Servant-Leader studying engineering principles, financial stewardship, business management, and psychology fundamentals in order to cultivate passionate leadership, disseminate positive energy, uplift the community and ultimately create a brighter future for generations to come.
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