How often do you generate a list of good ideas and then don't do any of them or at least you don't do them very well?
At a recent conference I heard Rick Warren make a great suggestion. He was saying that at most conferences he likes to have a sheet of paper where he writes down ideas under the heading "I could do that", then when he gets back to his base he looks at the list of ideas and picks ONE and does that one and won't look to do any of the others until that one is done.
If you think about church, training, work, TV, personal reading and study each week you probably receive loads of suggestions and ideas to improve your life. Can you really expect to implement even one of these ideas on a weekly basis? It's just too much to do, never mind doing it well!
I often think if there was just one or two things each year we could really change or improve then we would see significant growth in our lives.
So if you could change, improve, learn one thing this year what would it be - what's the one thing that you can do?