W. I. N.

I have a great friend who gave me this acronym last year, and it has helped me beyond measure.

She said she learned it in a competitive retail marketing field, where her skill and talent were essential to get the job done, but often, her success or failure was dependent on this phrase alone. She simply amazes me by the efficient, fast, and determined ability she has to live by this “rule.”
I am trying to master this, but WOW! is it difficult sometimes! I can pile up obligations, responsibilities and expectations so fast, it might make your head spin! Then, if you’ll allow me to pile my desires and “blue sky” dreaming on top, we may never reach the answer of “What’s Important Now?” Yet, if we can become disciples with this one thought and answer, we might amaze even ourselves as to what we can accomplish!
Everything can be good, but is everything best? THAT is an excellent self analysis! 😉

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2 thoughts on “W. I. N.

  1. This is good. I’ve been driving for Lyft and Uber to bring in some extra cash. It has been making it very difficult to do what I think I’m supposed to eventually do. I talked to my counselor about it and she asked me, “Is it keeping you from doing what is best?” That stuck with me, very similar to WIN.

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