I listened to her share her story. It was almost as if I could see the heartache. I heard the desperation in her voice. I saw the hurt in her eyes. As she finished she trailed off with the word…
It was as if she was ended it with: “it is what it is” and none of it really matters in the end. The anyway implied that perhaps there was nothing that could be done about it, and even if there was something that could be done with it, she felt powerless to be the one to do it. It was the hopelessness in her voice that I picked up on.
The anyway spoke volumes.
Are you at a place in your life that feels like one of those anyway places? A place where you are tired, a place that feels hopeless, a place that feels that you must simply stuff it all down and keep going, because that is what you have always done. Perhaps it is what you sense everyone expects you to do or to be.
Maybe you just feel too busy to take the time to even know where you are.
As everyday leaders we begin to understand the opportunities that we have within the spheres of influence that God has placed us. We not only begin to understand our roles, we also begin to more aware of how we are too. We know that if we are going to be people of influence we need to be emotionally and spiritually healthy ourselves.
Everyday leaders intentionally choose to be the best that we can be in order to leave the greatest impact in the every day moments that God has given us.