Are You Well Rounded or Pointed?

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Pointed leaders are targeted — locked in on their strengths. By being focused, they find it easier to stay fully engaged. As YOU work on being pointed this week, consider the following questions to help you discover your sweet spot.

1. Where is the fulfillment? Is there an activity that brings you energy? A place where you feel highly motivated and eager to show up? If so, it deserves a big portion of your schedule. Stop wasting time on things that suck the life out of you.

2. Where is the fruit? Is there a place in your life where you are highly successful? Often times, the things we are good at have a tendency to bring us joy. Pay attention to the places where you are highly competent.

3. Where is the affirmation? Is there something you do that causes others to constantly encourage you? Maybe you have not been willing to admit to yourself what others have been saying. The fact is, there is an area where you are great. It just needs to be discovered.

Work hard this week to detect who you are and then simply be YOU. Doing so will bring fulfillment, fruit, and affirmation.

Fully Engaged,


If money, responsibility, expectations, and limitations were not factors, what would you want to do differently with your time?

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Greg Matkovich

7 years ago

Hi Randy – Thanks for posting this message. It’s very timely in that I’m at a place where I have the opportunity to make some of these types of decisions that will impact my life, and the life of my family, going forward. I’m praying for guidance to make wise decisions.


7 years ago

I will be praying for you Greg. Thanks for commenting!

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Marian Dondero

7 years ago

Thanks! Enjoyed the post. Your message points one in the right direction…stay focused, use your energy for the good.


7 years ago

Thanks Marian!

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