My sermon sketchnotes from January 24th, 2021. Enjoy!
I had a challenge from David in Focused #114 to map out my input workflow. Here’s the result, made in GoodNotes:
The personal inputs are all listed at the top in the red box. As they come in, they tend to fall into one of 3 categories:
- Ideas – things I want to brew on and save for later.
- Information – things I don’t need to do anything with, but I want to hang on to.
- Tasks – things I have to do, but not right now.
Eventually, everything finds its way into Roam Research (or Notion, for TSS-related tasks and projects). From there, it gets scheduled using time blocking in my fancy notebook.
In this episode of The Intentional Family, Rachel & I revisit the power of words. We share our individual words for the year and explain the process we use every year to identify them.
My sermon sketchnotes from January 17th, 2021. Enjoy!
In this episode of Bookworm, Joe & I explore the topic of solitude and all of its leadership benefits.
In this episode of Focused, David & I take on the new year in our own focused ways as we talk through a workflow for change.
My sermon sketchnotes from January 10th, 2021. Enjoy!
At the beginning of the year, there’s a lot of optimism that this year will be better than the last one.
But fear will do everything in its power to make sure that nothing changes.
Fear is the belief that what you can’t see will come to pass. It reminds you of all the times that you’ve tried before and failed. It point out every flaw, every shortcoming, and magnifies it. Fear will give you a million reasons why things won’t work. It will always tell you that you’re too young, too old, or completely unqualified for whatever you’re attempting to do.
The opposite of fear is faith. Faith, like fear, is the belief that what we can’t see will come to pass. Fear focuses on and attracts the negative, faith focuses on and attracts the positive.
The difference is subtle, but it could not have a bigger impact on your future.
Fear says you can’t, faith says you can. Fear will keep your world small, but faith helps you to think bigger. Fear will give you a million reasons not to try, but faith will inspire you to do something and see what’s possible. Fear tries to immobilize you, while faith inspires action.
The difference between faith and fear is found in your perspective.
Your perspective will either propel you by faith or paralyze you by fear.
Make 2021 the year you stop listening to fear and try. Fear has lied to you long enough. Step out there and see what you’re really capable of.
You might just surprise yourself.
In this episode of The Intentional Family, Rachel & I talk about the opportunity 2020 has given us to reconsider our commitments. We share about making adjustments to the systems in our lives, figuring out new ways to do things, and changing defaults as we define what we want our “new normal” to look like going into 2021.
My sermon sketchnotes from January 3rd, 2021. Enjoy!