That was until I listened to Rick Warren
I thoroughly enjoy listening to the Rick Warren podcast because Rick possesses the powerful ability to turn the complexity of my faith into a simple action that I can implement immediately. The most recent series he spoke about was titled Radicalis, and in this series, he challenged me to make a better resolution, live a radical life.
|Source - dictionary.com|
But in its original definition, radical was never an outlandish change. This nebulous word was actually designed to be the exact opposite. Radical in its initial definition is a return to our roots or fundamentals. The word comes from the Latin, radicalis, which mean return to our roots. Radical is a ROOT.
The problem is that we have given this word an earthly definition that simply means ridiculous change, not a return to who we were designed to become.
So how can we return to our roots?
In my presentation and leadership work, I often say the following:
For my New Year's Resolution, I want to make a radical change in my life. I want to rediscover my roots, and in order to do that, I will have to identify actions that I must let go. The surest way to ensure that I return to my roots will be to identify, challenge and then drop actions that are not aligned to my purpose.
As you end the old year, ask yourself this question. "What is my purpose?" After that, identify what you need to do to be more connected with that purpose, and before you make your New Year's Resolution, ask yourself this question. "What must I stop doing so that I can be more successful at what I must be doing?" Asking these questions will lead you to your "Radical Resolution".
#HappyNewYear and Live a #RadicaLife in this year