Word of the Day:Importance of Preparation
In today’s standards, a poor person is one who does not have the basic needs, or money to buy whatever they would want. However there is another definition of who a poor person is: procrastinators who overlook opportunities repeatedly that have come along their way.
Failure is when opportunity meets lack of preparation therefore your success lies in the face of preparation. We need to be productive people as we are encouraged in Ecclesiastes 9:10 “whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might.”
Being busy does not necessarily mean you are using your time wisely therefore; it’s not how many things we do that counts, but how much we get done. So what turns activity to productivity? Purpose. When we do not plan, we will succeed at failing. We need to have a plan where we write a list of arranged actions necessary to achieve our goals because success is inevitable when preparation meets opportunity.
Proverbs 21:5 “The plans of the diligent lead to profit as surely as has leads to poverty.”