– by Kim Hardy
Out of the blue, I discovered through a client that my website company had gone out of business–without informing me. I immediately did some research and confirmed her findings.
That unfortunate situation caused me to look for another company and to do what I hate—wait.
No one will deny that it is very discouraging and disappointing when you have a setback in life or your dreams are put on hold.
However, I am learning that it is in the gap between reality and fulfillment that you have an opportunity to flourish.
Waiting is not only a time to reassess but to reset for greater impact. I have discovered that if I push through my complaining tendencies and look through the lens of opportunity I always come away with greater insights and passion. (Image via Pixabay)
While I don’t like to wait on anything, I am embracing the truth that delays actually position me to live out more of my dormant potential. I actually develop more in the waiting time than in the doing.
It’s funny now, but whenever I see someone complaining and having an emotional temper tantrum, I know they haven’t tasted the wonderful value of what waiting produces.
Today’s post was written by author and speaker Kim Hardy.
Kim is the author of Relaunch!
Thanks It’s tough in the waiting period but God gets to work on me in the waiting
My waiting period shapes and mold me for greater. Thanks for this reminder sister Kim Hardy!!! It’s time for a Relaunch!