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In this episode of "This is Your Life," Michael Hyatt talks about how to overcome the Resistance. Steven Press»
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This picture will make WAY more sense after you read the post. I’ve been facing a lot of resistance when it comes to getting started on tasks in my life. Not sure exactly why yet. I wanted to write something about it, but then I saw this post from Steven Pressfield and realized I couldn’t say it any better. So here it is. I hope his words do for you what they did for me: A thought to remember when we wake up each morning and confront anew tha»
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Taking the path of least resistance is a fact of nature. Rivers always flow around a mountain because it’s easier than going through it. Electricity will always move through a circuit along the “easiest” route. A car is designed aerodynamically for the least resistance to wind. Human nature is no different. Unfortunately. (Photo by Perry from Ottawa, Canada. Fading. CC-BY-2.0, via Wikimedia Commons) We tend to do that which is easiest, ofte»
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Taking the path of least resistance is a fact of nature. Rivers always flow around a mountain because it’s easier than going through it. Electricity will always move through a circuit along the “easiest” route. A car is designed aerodynamically for the least resistance to wind. Human nature is no different. Unfortunately. (Photo by Perry from Ottawa, Canada. Fading. CC-BY-2.0, via Wikimedia Commons) We tend to do that which is easiest, ofte»
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When you woke up this morning, you met the Resistance. Maybe it convinced you to stay inside instead of going outside and running. Perhaps it told you to leave your Bible laying there instead of picking it up. It could have told you anything to just slow you down, to keep you where you are instead of moving forward. How do you beat it? You begin. You create movement. You create momentum. You go outside and run, even if you only run 100 yards. You»
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If you’re an artist, you’re going to face inner creative battles and resistance. We’re talking headwind, hardship and heartache. It’s part of the territory of living out on the wide plains of the creative open range. If you’re not an artist, but you just want to lose five pounds. Or resolve a conflict with a family member or co-worker. Or you want to plan a dream vacation. Whatever goal, ideal, challenge, or creative endeavor you set yo»
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Resistance in the form of preoccupation and distraction often prevents us from seeing the truth of our lives, hearing God’s voice, and living a spiritual life.  To listen with obedience to the voice of God requires building up a resistance to all the other voices that compete for our attention. Henri Nouwen –       Spiritual Direction   with Michael J. Christensen and Rebecca J. Laird Perhaps every person is a victim of preoccupation»
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Keep walking. It often takes more than once. In fact, it often takes many times over. Joshua understood this principle and he led his people the same. They walked the walls of Jerusalem not just once or twice or Ok, we all know the story. They walked the walls of Jerusalem seven times!!! They kept walking despite the resistance. So, what resistance are you looking to overcome? Let’s complete a simple fill in the blank exercise A professional __»
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I knew exactly what I was setting myself up for when I set my big secret goal for the year. I had weighed up the costs several times, I knew that it wouldn’t be easy and I knew that I was going to have to work hard if I was going to do it. It’s why I kept it secret. I didn’t want to run the risk of stopping myself from really trying by giving myself the instant award of people’s praise. I knew all this and I was ready. The only thing was,»
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With every major change there is bound to be opposition.  Don’t be surprised if there are some who don’t respond to the changes with loud applause and expressions of endearment. There will usually be some who express some unhappiness to the new changes.  This is a natural response and the main thing is to deal with it in a constructive way and not overreact. 5 tips on handling opposition and resistance (these are from Steve Bagi’s post »