One of my favorite quotes by Annie Dillard reminds us, “How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.”
The way I’ve chosen to spend my time has changed dramatically over the years. I’ve lived the frenetic life of a downtown Chicago IT sales person—frantically darting in and out of cabs, to now living on the quiet outskirts of downtown Bozeman, Montana.
In those days of selling, I valued money and prestige more than the quality of my health and spiritual well-being.
I can now see how I chose to spend my days then was a direct reflection of what I valued most and often chased—money.
A decade and a half later, I find myself chasing what I know God has called me to do and offer the world. I spend my days listening, coaching, and guiding others by offering them hope, encouragement and simple tools to create their lives to reflect what they value most.Continue Reading