Are you good enough?

Dr. Grant MullenChurches and Leadership, I am significant, Live fearlessly, Moods, Relationships, Uncategorized 4 Comments

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Have you settled for good enough?

I bet you have. I have.

Good enough is a compromise with mediocrity. It’s refusing to break out of your comfort zone and discover your potential.

Good enough is the ultimate goal of the lazy.

Good enough is a trap!

Don't settle for good enough

Don't settle for good enough

And it’s definitely NOT God’s will for you.

In this video I’ll tell you about the many times I settled for good enough until God pushed me forward.

Just click on the video and break out of your rut.

To live a transformed life, you can’t settle for good enough.

Now I want to hear from you

How has God pushed you beyond good enough? Just leave your comments in the box below.

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Comments 4

  1. Grant, I appreciate your videos, and perspective.

    I have a problem with today’s, in that I am a perfectionist! I also have codependent issues, and so i am trying little by little to LET GO of the things that I used to cling to. My problem: I struggle all the time between trying to make everything perfect, and realizing I can’t and letting go….to the point that I do nothing….perfectionism paralyses me.

    I agree that God wants the best of me, and also for me. How do I submit to that, and yet put to death this unhealthy perfectionism/paralysis wheel I’m spinning on?

    Thanks, Grant!
    Trish DeSchiffart

  2. This is really helpful in stirring us up for the greater things…..always keeping in mind that it’s our co-operation that God wants – not our striving. He wants to extravagantly bless us and propel us toward our destinies. Thanks Grant! Sure don’t want to settle for mediocrity.

  3. Yes, Grant, thank you, but I also have a childhood issue of feeling not good enough and have a similar problem to Trish. I struggle with having to make things perfect becoming unhappy with what I have and then feeling inadequate. So, I would appreciate it if you would please clarify the difference between my unhealthy thought process and what you are suggesting.

  4. Perfectionism is an uncomfortable state of anxiety driven by fear.
    What I’m speaking of is to relax and give God permission to grow you into a better person, to lead you into new activities, to open your mind to growth, development and change as God leads.
    Perfectionism is a result of emotional baggage that God wants to heal. You should talk to me at a coaching appointment
    or discuss it with a Christian counsellor.

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