Lately it seems that there is content and information coming at us from every direction. And all of the information, content, and input leads may lead us to feeling pressured or even paralyzed about what to do next.
In this episode, I’m sharing some thoughts about how I’ve been feeling lately, along with some of the themes I’ve been hearing from many of you.
Here are some of the things I’m hearing and experiencing:
There is a pressure to constantly be “on” as leaders. Our mental, spiritual, and emotional health can suffer when we are not proactive about protecting ourselves and staying healthy.
But in order to keep yourself healthy, I believe you need to take a step back. Jesus exemplified this in his life and we need to follow in his footsteps.
In this episode, I’m sharing some very practical ways to deal with this issue of content or input overload. These are some things that I recommend at ALL times, but especially at times when you are feeling the weight and pressure needing to continually take in more and more info.
Small Steps to Take When You Feel Content Overload:
As Christian leaders, we are overloaded; burdened for people and for the state of our nation and our world.
Let’s follow in Jesus’ footsteps. Take time to retreat, to make sure we are filled up and refreshed. We do not have to be “on” 24/7 and we don’t have to read every post, respond to every message, or take action on every thing immediatelyTake Action:
Choose one of these items on my list to implement this week. Then come share inside of the Purposeful Leadership Facebook group and let us know which one you did! I would love to hear about it.Other Episodes & Resources Mentioned
This episode was originally published on estherlittlefield.com/episode106.
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