If you are alive at this right now, you are certain about one thing – you are going to die. I know this sounds morbid, but it doesn’t have to be. This is a simple truth that can help you greatly in focusing when it comes to working for the life that you are called to.
Advising one another is a great way of keeping the human race alive 🙂 And we often do it without thinking, throughout the day. But there are certain instances where I’m of the opinion that one should stop giving advice. It may be for a period of time, but I believe doing so is beneficial.
I grew up around missionaries, or people dedicated to a life of service to others. And I had always wondered what made some more effective than others, what made some leave a better legacy.
If you find that you are constantly giving other people great advice about any issue in life, but you fail to apply that same advice when needed, then this post is for you! It can be business, relationship, health, fitness advice etc. Most people that I meet tell me that they are really good at dishing advice, but often struggle to apply it in their own lives.
If you run your own business, do you ever find that you sometimes feel isolated? Especially if your business is online-based? You are not alone! Here are some of the benefits of being in community with others.