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Maximising the Mundane

Week 3


There are times we may not be content with where we're at, what we're doing or what we have in life. This a GREAT starting point for stewardship. Matthew 25 teaches us that if we steward what has been entrusted to us, we will move forward.

Irrespective of the circumstances that have you where you're at, stewardship is the pathway to a better future for you and those around you.

Stewardship is doing the best you can, with what you have, where you're at.

We always have a choice. We can either maintain or maximize what could have become mundane. Here's a list of things you can always steward better: 

Your Relationships

Your Time

Your Job

Your Role

Your Finances  

Your Health

Stewarding what you have is the ability to:

1. Recognize - what you have, what you hold and most importantly taking full responsibility for it.

2. Reject - what holds you back internally. This is usually apathy, comparison, complacency or a sense of resignation.

3. Rediscover - what you have and what it could be in the future.

4. Resolve - to make it better. Your output, the situation or the environment. 

For instance, Lets take your time. Stewarding your time simply means being intentional with your day, making a plan, using your hours well to impact those around you and increase your productivity.

Your job is another good example. It may not be where you want to be long term but it's what you have right now. When you have a stewardship mentality over a savior mentality (‘get me out of here’ mentality) you will start to treat your role, the people you work with and lead, differently. It will move forward and even if it doesn't, you will have stewarded it well because stewardship isn't about what you do or have, its really about who you are - a good steward. 

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