Failure is merely an opportunity to grow
Your attitude to a situation determines what you get from it
Hard work pays off but it means nothing if you don’t work hard to keep it
Not everyone is your friend
Be comfortable being in your own company
Less is always more
Be honest with yourself. Sometimes it really is you – not them
Comparison is never productive
You are enough
Most importantly: Knowing and finding your identity in Christ is key to growth in any area of your life
Approaching the end of a year is always a great time for self- reflection. Looking back on your success and failure allows you to assess where change is needed and to identify and appreciate the good things you are doing. It is a great habit to get in to but one we often neglect the whole year till we see a new one approaching.
Here’s to starting as you mean to go on.
What things have you learnt from 2016? Comment below on what you’ll be leaving behind and the lessons you are taking into 2017.