Father: Forest Level Thinking Is Next Level Thinking II.

If you were not able to read the post from yesterday, “Forest Level Thinking Is Next Level Thinking I,” you will not have to wonder if you are missing out on the meaning of something only expressed in that post on yesterday. The two post do stand alone by expressing the full understanding of each post’s point being made; however, by reading both post, you will get a complete understanding of the two different points being made by each post. In yesterday’s post, we talked about one of the books that I have read describing the process of becoming next level thinking. It talks of how over time we can become what we think as we go over and over thoughts until they become rooted in our heart. And we looked at how practicing the thoughts, or going over and over the thoughts for a period of time, will make us perfect the thought as we ourselves become the thought: Proverbs 23:7, “For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he: Eat and drink, saith he to thee; but his heart is not with thee. Now in today’s post, we will talk about the other book that I mentioned yesterday; and how it describes the process of managing your time so that you can do more with your thoughts at the next level thinking. The book talks of how managing your timing will allow you to make greater use of people and resources by simply changing your thinking to include the broader picture. We really need to stop thinking about the tree, and think about the forest. Forest Level Thinking Is Next Level Thinking II.

The practice of thinking is so vital to who we are to where we need to make sure that we give our thinking more time to perform at the next level. So how do we give ourselves more time to perform our great thoughts at the next level. Well, we create more time to conclude more thoughts; and we also make sure to apply our thinking in more productive ways. Let’s talk about saving more time first. This is where the second book on managing time came into play, and over the years it has saved me more time to operate more thoughts than I can imagine. The book is entitled, “The One Minute Manager,” and since that book was published many years ago, they have published another book on the subject matter, “The New One Minute Manager,” in which you can probably find on Amazon? You can not have next level thinking, if you don’t have the time, or if you don’t apply the time you have to the best operation. The one minute manager person, as I have become, basic goal is to touch something once and put it away for good. I have become one of the best at doing it, and the time in which I have saved can not be measured. When I come into the house, it is my goal to put the jacket away in the closet, and not touch it again. This habit among small simple things will bring you an abundance of time in more important things at the next level. We can not count the time that it cost us to stop, and start a process all over from the start. When you have your hands on something the first time, you don’t want to have to crank your whole system back up just for what would have been less than a minute if you had finished it the first time. Once you do not put away whatever you are doing, you will have to come back and start the mental , and the physical process all over again in order to finish what you didn’t finish. It is amazing the time, and the life changing activities that we go through only because we didn’t finish what we had already started the first time: the one minute manager. Now once you are becoming efficient at saving your time, you are in position to think of what should be done next with your time. When we run out to the store, we should look through the eyes of the forest to determine if we need gas while out, check your pantry list to see if you will be in a store that has what is on the list. You will be amazed of how much time you will save yourself, and others just by thinking through the eyes of the forest vs through the eyes of the tree. So when we take yesterday’s post concerning practicing the time to become what we think in our hearts; and we then put that together with saving time, and putting the time saved to better use; then our thinking will be in a position to make us be better on the next level. Forest Level Thinking Is Next Level Thinking II.

The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.

Adopted son,

About Adopted son

I went right to college after high school, and earned my B.S. in Business and Commerce with a major in Marketing Research. While I have worked in the Business world most of my life, I was also spending much time growing, maturing, and developing in the Godhead within the Body of Christ. I founded, established and operated in the evenings a Christian based leadership, and Godhead fulfillment consulting group. I also served for years as a leader on the Church board, and ministry staff. My time in ministry with the Full Gospel Business Men, as well as my other engagements, allowed me to see how people of like faith can receive different results in the word depending on the faith activity in which the individual person believes. There are many options of faith substance made available to us in a faith operation, and we need to move into the faith substance in which we believe in accordance with the word of God in which we are standing. My current and long time ongoing mission is to highlight the greatness of my "Heavenly Father," and the mighty power that He has given to His sons and daughters to use here on earth as they move to fulfill the Godhead. We the members of the Body of Christ leave much of our hundred fold on the table simply because we don't fulfill the Godhead unto the Father. Once we take the Word to full faith, it is not over. So let's go for the greater fold, and fulfill the Godhead. And to be a Global Resource Director, I can afford to leave no fold on the table. Adopted son,
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