Waiting for broke before you make the decision to change things is like trying to bail a leaking boat with a spoon. Every action you take seems to be countered by negative results. It often feels like the better choice is to just give in.
Don’t wait for broke.
Broke is not fun.
The type of broke matters little. Whether you are broke physically, broke mentally, broke emotionally, or broke financially – broke adds to an already complicated world. When we are broke or broken then we want it fixed right now. Patience runs out the door and we are left screaming at the sky because it’s not fixed yet.
You can get through broke, but don’t wait.
You don’t have to wait for broke before you make your change. Determine where you want to go. Take steps to get there. Say yes to helping others but say no when it hinders your journey or distracts you from your heartseed.
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Investing in the Word can be vital to creating a path out of broke. The Word also helps you avoid broke to begin with. Investing in daily bits of the Word will create a foundation for moving forward in purpose.
You can heal and live a whole life away from broke and broken. Start now.
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