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“The two hardest things to handle in life are failure and success.”

  • Unknown

We are often taught the importance of navigating places and moments of adversity from the perspective of effectively maximizing uncomfortable seasons and circumstances providentially allowed by our Heavenly Father.  By comparison, lessons that teach us how to strategically walk through the successful seasons of our lives seem to be far fewer in number.  I would argue that it is just as important to learn how to handle seasons of success as it is seasons of adversity.  As a matter of fact, seasons of plenty and abundance can be dangerous for the person who is ill-advised of the responsibility that comes with it.   Subtle traps of pride and relaxed discipline can slowly but certainly shift us to places of destruction and calamity when we are unaware of how to effectively tread the course of success. 

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“The best way to succeed is to have a specific intent, a clear vision, a plan of action, and the ability to maintain clarity.”

— Steve Maraboli

One does not happen upon success haphazardly.  Success that lasts is achieved with deliberate purpose and vision is the deciding factor between arriving at your place of destination intentionally rather than stumbling into it.  Those who are most successful in life understand the value of having clear vision! 

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“Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.”

  • Abraham Lincoln

We are often taught the importance of navigating places and moments of adversity from the perspective of effectively maximizing uncomfortable seasons and circumstances providentially allowed by our Heavenly Father.  By comparison, lessons that teach us how to strategically walk through the successful seasons of our lives seem to be far fewer in number.  I would argue that it is just as important to learn how to handle seasons of success as it is seasons of adversity.  As a matter of fact, seasons of plenty and abundance can be dangerous for the person who is ill-advised of the responsibility that comes with it.   Subtle traps of pride and relaxed discipline can slowly but certainly shift us to places of destruction and calamity when we are unaware of how to effectively tread the course of success. 

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