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New Year’s Resolutions For a Cause

Submitted by James Higginbotham on January 5, 2009 – 5:47 amNo Comment

How are you doing with your New Year’s Resolutions so far? I find it interesting how many people are asked what their New Year’s Resolutions are, only to be told that so many fail after two weeks.

Did you make a resolution? Was it to do more? Are you adding more to your plate?

Why not make a resolution not to do something?

If you are like me, you have a cause you are working to achieve. You may be in the early stages, where it is just you and God working out the beginning steps. Or, perhaps you are much further along and have teams of people helping to achieve your cause.

Want to accelerate your cause? Consider taking something less important off your list this year. Find someone else to handle it that has more of a passion and/or talent for it. Let it drop and see if someone else picks it up.

Whatever you do, resolve to do what it takes to see your cause grow this year.

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