Quote of the Day, Scripture Focus, and More Daily Encouragement from Growing HOPE

Quote of the Day, Scripture Focus, and More Daily Encouragement from Growing HOPE

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Daily Inspiration and Encouragement

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Quote of the Day

“What you don’t manage controls you.”



Quote of the Day - manage it


Thought of the Day

Clutter, Chaos, and Cramps

The space controls the actions.

We tend to be open to actions when the space is open to receiving the actions. In other words, don’t show up without calling first.

The space has control.

It’s said that a cluttered desk reveals a cluttered mind. What if a cluttered desk creates that cluttered mind because the clutter causes chaos.

Again, the space has control.

If you want to take back control, manage the space. Get where you are physically in order so you can be positions to straighten up and fly right in your actions.



Challenge for Intentional Actions

Take Control of Your Space

Do one thing today that will clear out one space – remember it’s not about how big the space, but about investing in little bits consistently.



Daily Challenge - take control of your space


Scripture Focus

“Be happy IN YOUR FAITH. Rejoice and be glad-hearted always.” – 1 Thessalonians 5:16



Scripture Focus - 1 Thessalonians 5:16


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Today’s Growing HOPE broadcast



Growing HOPE daily - 21 - manage your space

20 – Budget Your Space

Find your way to manage your space.

    You may not have all the space, or the perfect space, but you have your space and you can find ways to make the space work for you.

    Growing HOPE daily - five tips to manage space

  • Test your space so you know what you have.
  • Evaluate your space so you know what you can do and what you should do.

  • Adjust your expectations of the space – for you and for others.

  • Set a new budget or plan for all of your space.

  • Review and adjust your plan for the space regularly.

What you don’t manage controls you. When you don’t manage your space, you give control of your day to your space. And you can’t control your space if you haven’t mapped out what space you have to control and what your needs are for that space.


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Kathryn Lang

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Cluttered desk = cluttered mind; empty desk……It is tempting to say empty mind. I prefer to look at it as an open mind ready to accept new challenges and projects. It is healthy to clear out the cobwebs and let your mind reset and refocus. You always make me think. Thank you for that.

    1. I LOVE that – because and open space DOES seem to create those open mind moments!

      Thank you for sharing, Tom.

      Have a blessed day.

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