God Always Works In Life Proportionate To Your Passion For Him. God has never responded to potential. He never works in your life relative to your need of Him. He responds to passion. He is not overly impressed by what He gives you. He responds to the reaction to the gift. What you do with the gifts He stored in you decides the favor of God.
1) What Are You Passionate About? What questions are you asking yourself? Passion levels are revealed by questions. Questions are clues to desire. Questions reveal need. Questions birth the change of seasons.
2) Whose World Have You Tenaciously Determined To Improve? Whatever your design is reveals your function. You are not called to everyone. You are called to someone. Have you discerned them?
3) Whose Disrespect Will You Decide To Ignore? We are so intrigued by our difference, our distinction. We are so fascinated by ourselves that we are stunned that someone would be blinded to it.
4) Whose Attention And Approval Matters The Most To You And What Are You Willing To Do To Keep It? Your only exit from the present is someone who likes you. The difference between seasons is a person. Somebody is going to have to like you, enjoy you, taste your presence. Whose approval matters to you?
5) Who Has Chosen To Reject Your Influence? Identify them. Accept that, and sow elsewhere. Let their pain do your talking. When your opinion ceases to matter to someone, the relationship is over.
6) Who Has Willingly Made The Most Impactful Investment In Your Immediate Success And What Has Been Your Reaction? Who has provided what another has refused to provide? Who has provided what others are incapable of providing? Who has interpreted your weakness as an opportunity to heal?
7) What Single Goal Is Worth One Hour Day For The Rest Of Your Life? Something has to die for something else to live. In your personal life, can you review your goals and dreams? Are any of them worth committing one hour a day for the rest of your life?
Questions are never indiscreet, answers sometimes are.
Successful people ask better questions, and as a result, they get better answers.
Judge a man by his questions rather than his answers.
We hear only those questions for which we are in a position to find answers.