Measuring Success

We all want to measure success in our lives – to improve in certain metrics. It’s o.k. to dream big and to have ambition, but I believe that ultimately success is found in Jesus Christ. There will always be a yearning in our hearts for “more.” But it is only when we come with our proverbial pitchers to Christ, so that we can drink living water freely from the fountain of life, that we will find true satisfaction, life, hope and joy.


In our modern society, we want what we want NOW (or yesterday). Twitter has taken off in recent years because the company realizes that modern people have very short attention spans. Who’d known? The Internet, wonderful as it is, has done a number on our collective attention spans…

Why not do a self-diagnostic test on yourself. How long can you focus on any one thing? Has your productivity been affected? I bet you it has.


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