4 Powerful Ways That Mindfulness Will Improve Your Life and Ministry

Being all there makes a huge difference…

But recent studies show that most of us aren’t “all there” most of the time! In fact one study by Microsoft shows that most people have a shorter attention span (8 seconds) than a gold fish! Here are 5 powerful ways that practicing mindfulness will improve your life and ministry!

The One Thing and Your Youth Ministry

I just read a very interesting book.

Even though it is not specifically about Youth Ministry I do think it would be a huge benefit to you.  In fact I think you should click here and buy it as soon as possible.  It is not a difficult or long read, but it is worth it.

It is called The One Thing.  When you open up the book, the first thing you will read is this Russian proverb;

“If you chase two rabbits you will not catch either one

This is really the message of the book.  The authors argue that if you want to have extraordinary results then you must focus. Here’s what you need to focus on… 

Michael Hyatt’s Trick to Dramatically Improve Your Life

Stuck? Need a change? Try this!

New York Times best selling author, Michael Hyatt, has a simple but powerful solution that anyone can use to dramatically improve their life.

To be honest I was pretty skeptical at first. But as I read his trick and started using it, it made a big difference in my emotions, my outlook and my day!

Here’s what he suggests…

Stop Multi-Tasking and Get More Done

That’s my take-away

from reading Distracted, by Maggie Jackson. 

Researchers have  found that we can’t focus on two things at the same time. They also found that competing thoughts in our head trip us up so that we never get into “the zone.” We skim the surface of a project and lack the deep concentration required to work quickly or produce excellence.

We think that we can do two things at the same time like a juggler who can keep five red balls in the air. What we have is divided attention. It slows us down, produces mistakes, and exhausts our minds.

“But I have so much to get done!!?” Right! That’s why you need to stop juggling 3-5 tasks at the same time and start doing this…