It’s easy to praise God in the good times but what about when the storms of your flesh are a brewin’? Not so easy then!………Monica Johnson
When times are tough and everything seems to be going wrong, it becomes difficult to focus on your goals. This is because your main priority is to solve the problems that you face.
This happens particularly if someone in your family is facing a physical challenge or when you are in debt. As a result, you are unable to give attention to your job. Sometimes, your work suffers irrevocable damage.
So if things are good now, strive to give your best efforts and work with total commitment. Good times are blessings of God you must be thankful for. You ought to make the best use of it.
In good times, you are happier and your brain is more focused on important things that really matter in life. There is a strong correlation between happiness and productivity. When you are happy, your energy level rises and you can work harder and faster.
But the most common mistake that people make is that they get into the comfort zone and become sluggish. They also invite diseases because of an unhealthy lifestyle. When they have money, they spend it on unhealthy foods than investing on their health.
Break out of your unproductive routine to maximize performance. Don’t stick to bad habits and push yourself to get to the next level.
We can learn important life lessons from troopers. They keep themselves ever ready with a keen sense of discipline in their efforts to protect the nation. They can not afford to be idle.
So, you need to inculcate a sense of discipline and to keep yourself physically and mentally fit. Live life to the fullest and do the things you know you should do.
Use your time wisely. Do your best and speed yourself up. Dig your well before you’re thirsty.
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