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In this C.H.E. Sadaphal sermon, learn how to change when change is difficult taking the advice of the prophet Elisha in II Kings 6. There, we will learn three strategies on how to lead transformational change when fighting ideology, people, and circumstances.
How to change when change is difficult strategy #1: Direct the mind.
The analytical side of us needs specific directions on where to go. In other words, we need a purpose. To initiate big change, we need a specific set of directions on where to go and what to do. This requires planning ahead for resistance and scripting in advance all those moves that are critical for execution. Here, learn why you may never google anything ever again.
How to change when change is difficult strategy #2: Inspire the heart.
Knowing doesn’t produce action which is why there are fat doctors and divorced marriage counselors. Action requires vision. Our heart is what gives our goals legs, but we tend to be easily discouraged and need a a lot of energy to get us going. Discover what mice and ants have to do with lighting a fire in your bones.
How to change when change is difficult strategy #3: Create a new path and show others the way.
Clearing a path for others to follow requires a cultivation of new habits. New habits means the abandonment of old traditions and leading others to fresh new conclusions. Power submits itself to witness and judgment submits itself to mercy. Get the finer details of the story here.
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