What do you want to achieve in 2023?
You can often find lists of how to be successful. These lists are often full of great ideas for habits that you might want to try and incorporate into your own life. The fact that so many successful people use set practices to run parts of their lives and reach their goals is more important than the habits themselves.
Remember your “Why”
One crucial habit is to remind ourselves of our “why constantly.” As previously discussed, we must figure out the “why” behind what we do and think about it frequently. We must be reminded of the “why” behind our actions daily. The “why” can also be a powerful motivator. We are knowing “why” motivates us to keep going when things get tough.
We are more likely to stay on course if someone observes us and can check in on our activities, progress, and pledges. “Iron sharpens iron,” as the Bible says (Prov. 27:17). Iron, on the other hand, is incapable of sharpening itself. If we want to improve, we need to locate someone to mentor us.
Throughout the New Testament, we witness individuals are gathering regularly (Ac. 2:46; Heb 10:25). Many exhortations instruct God’s people to listen to one other when they give advice (Eph. 5:21), to bear each other’s burdens (Rom. 12:16), and to be honest with each other (Eph (Eph. 4:25). These are all aspects of being accountable. A person who holds us responsible is someone with whom we can seek assistance and learn more.
As the ancient adage goes, “no one is an island.” We require someone to accompany us on our trip and walk beside us. Mentors and accountability partners can assist us when times are tough and keep us on the path of self-discipline.
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