On Purpose Urgency

“Oh my gosh, I have to go!”

Have you ever realized, just in time, that you are supposed to be somewhere or do something different than what you are doing?  Think about it – that time you were engrossed in one thing and suddenly were reminded of something completely different that you “MUST DO NOW’.  

In that very moment, the thing you were doing is not quite as important as it was an instant earlier. You MUST DO something else NOW, with urgency.

The On Purpose Scenario
Now consider a different scenario: This time you recognize the same sense of urgency long before it catches you off-guard while focusing on something completely different.  This time, circumstances did not dictate your sense of sudden urgency because you did, well in advance of the moment in which you intended to take action. This time, you created your own sense of urgency because you are choosing to shift your focus and actions On Purpose.

How might your life be different if you had more moments like this, the second scenario? The On Purpose Scenario. These are not moments in which you are caught by surprise by a sudden crash of urgency, but moments created by you with a sense of urgency that is grounded in your own Purpose and timing.

This is The Intersection of Purpose and Now – when you know (really know) that you are doing the right thing, in the right way, at the right time, for the right reasons, to achieve the right action, to serve a greater Purpose.

If you struggle to find The Intersection of Purposehttp://rcm.amazon.com/e/cm?t=msturgell&o=1&p=8&l=bpl&asins=1403975817&fc1=000000&IS2=1&lt1=_blank&m=amazon&lc1=0000FF&bc1=000000&bg1=FFFFFF&f=ifr and Now, or if you struggle with time “management”, let me know. Maybe I can help.

About pdncoach

A Go-Giver business coach working with leaders whose success depends on the performance and productivity of others. I coach individual leaders and their teams... in small to mid-size businesses, ministries and non-profits... to accelerate their results and achieve dreams by getting past the difficult, strategic challenges of their current realities.
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