This is your day to multiply.
“There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way of death” (Prov. 14:12).
I’m already feeling the pressure of another year passing by. I know, it’s only June, but I’m thinking about all that I still need to accomplish before Jan. 1, 2020.
I’ve learned the hard way to start my day asking to be led by the Holy Spirit.
“Lord, lead my thoughts, actions, and aspirations…
“Lead me beside still waters. Send some daily bread my way.”
And He does. Every day.
My responsibility is to know that this is that.
I look for one thing today. It may come from a divine appointment, a book, a webinar or a direct message to my heart from the Lord.
I capture the one daily thing in my journal and begin to think about what to do with what I’ve been given. One thing is certain, I will give an account for what I’ve done with it. What will I do with today’s gift?
As an example, suppose you are in sales and through training or a book, you learn one new thing about the sales process. Let’s say today you learn to write note cards (thank-you notes or relationship cards).
The principle of multiplication reminds us of the value of one new thing repeated over all future sales calls. The impact is not for the day; it is for your career.
Multiplication has a path:
- I learn one new thing today
- I implement the one new thing today. (Look up the word “immediately” in the Bible.)
- I do the new thing for every sales call for the remainder of my career.
- I teach others how the new thing impacted me.
- I look for today’s daily bread.
Many people ask me how I find one new thing every day. I never hunt for it. It finds me. It is sent to me.
It is up to me to pay attention in class. Listen for the still, small voice.
It is always there.
Then repeat your path of multiplication.
I hope this helps you. It certainly helped me.
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