I’m Tired of Starting Over! 

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Can I get an, “Amen,” from the congregation? Hallelujah and all that but, let’s talk about it. How many of you are tired of starting over, in your relationships, in your career, in your faith, in your habits etc.? It can be a bit exhausting, especially with that mentality. You are not starting over from scratch, you are starting over from experience.

One more time for those in the back.

You are not starting over from scratch, you are starting over from experience. 

Don’t you get that, or are you too busy being negative to notice? There’s beauty in the start of new things. You get excited about your new shoes, your new car, your new phone, your new house but not your new dating life, huh? Not that new job, huh, because you would rather be an entrepreneur? Not that new fitness habit, huh, even though it’s getting you closer to your goal body? Starting over is inevitable, you know that right?

You’re going to put yourself back out there again because you don’t want to be single for the rest of your life, right? You’re going to apply to new jobs when the old one is no longer serving you. You are going to use that job to fund your entrepreneurial endeavors. Your faith is going to be tested but you will pick up that Bible once more. 

Starting over is a manifestation of extreme determination. 

You are determined. You want better, you’re working towards it and settling for nothing less in the process so that means sometimes you will have to sever ties and start anew – and that’s okay. What’s not okay is whining about the inevitable. No one said this life thing was going to be easy.

If you desire an abundant life, it starts with making abundant choices and if you are not a person that’s willing to settle, you will be a person that’s willing to start over.

Choose to start over because you deserve it and don’t view it as a burden but as a devine opportunity.

You got this!


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