Church leadership is a great way to spend your time. You can take pride in the fact that you are constantly lifting people up and pointing them towards a perfect and loving God, regardless of your role in the church. However, if you have been in church leadership for any length of time, you understand that, like any job, there are going to be times when you lack motivation.
We are not contending that this lack of motivation stems from your lack of dedication to the purpose that God has placed in your life, but certain tasks require you to work with an extra amount of diligence. When you find yourself lacking the motivation to complete your responsibilities, it is imperative that you understand the fundamentals of self-discipline.
As you strive to improve in your self-discipline, acquiring a solid foundation for which you base your priorities on is crucial. Once you begin to understand your responsibilities and how they correspond to your schedule and your priorities, you will be ready to set yourself up for success.
God called you according to his purpose for your life. With this in mind, you should ask yourself a few important questions. Are you utilizing your time with intentionality? Are your priorities reflecting God’s calling on your life? These are important questions to answer so that you can recognize whether you are fostering the gifts that God has given you to progress his calling on your life.
If you find yourself lacking when it comes to self-discipline, there are some practical steps that you can take. In this video, we will walk you through nine steps that will assist you in your pursuit to increase your self-discipline. Our goal is to let you walk away with a mindset of diligence and productivity as you seek to improve your leadership.
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