Think Big Leads the Way for the Quote of the Day and Scripture Focus

Think Big Leads the Way for the Quote of the Day and Scripture Focus



Quote of the Day

Think big. Always do your best. Keep trying to figure out better.



Think big - quote of the day for July 18 2019


Thought of the Day

Think Big

BIG DREAM goals should be a little scary and a little impossible so they push out of where you are to where you want to be. If you can reach your dreams from where you are then you will never be challenged to stretch into more.

Dare to think big.

You can’t always do everything exactly as it should be done. You can always do your best. Your best may not be better than someone else, but you aren’t someone else.

Dare to do your best.

Keep learning to be better. You can always learn more. You can always find a better way (even if it is only a little bit better).

Dare to keep trying for better.

If you want to live in all your possibilities then you have to think beyond the moment, invest your best, and keep going to better.





Challenge for Intentional Actions

Write out one goal that is a little scary and a little impossible and then dare to pursue it.



Daily challenge for setting big scary goals



Scripture of the Day

“Righteous living is not for God but for us. Sin does not affect God but affects us.” – from Job 35



Scripture focus for July 18 from Job 35


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