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Lifestlye Importance of Staying The Distance

For many people starting something new is their greatest challenge. They know that change is about starting but find it too hard. There are others who have no problem with starting. They start new projects all the time. They are the early adopters of a new idea or concept and jump onto every new fad. Their problem is not starting, but it’s the problem of stickability.

As author Glenn Packiam writes "Garage sales are an airtight indictment of our lack of stickability." In every garage sale there seems to be an exercise bike hardly used, alongside of the sporting and lifestyle paraphernalia purchased with great intentions of change and activity, and yet several years later are sold hardly used.

Our faith can also easily die from a lack of stickability. The inability to take the small but significant steps on a daily and weekly basis that will build your spiritual life. Starting is important but stickability is crucial in your life and your faith.



 
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