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Maumelle, AR
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Based on a powerful book written by successful entrepreneur Holt Condren, Surf the Woods helps people and organizations navigate goals more effectively. 


Holt Condren, Jacob Schimmel, and Lee Tuxhorn write about men's issues


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The Trail to Unstuck Starts Here

Holt Condren

Maintaining momentum is a crucial element for navigating this ambitious life connected to Christ.  From time to time I find myself stuck with little momentum.  Life begins to feel mundane and no longer fulfilling.  When this happens, I've come to realize this as a sign that I am no longer exercising faith and have instead settled into "doing what comes easy".  When I settle into the "doing what comes easy" lifestyle; discontentment, discouragement, and depression soon follow.  Are you discontented with your life?  Do you need to get unstuck and back on trail to the extra-ordinary life that God created you for.  Try this.

Ask yourself, "What do I not want to do today that I know I really ought to do?"  Whatever comes to mind, make that your priority that day.  And the next day, do the same.  And the next day, do the same; and on and on and on.  It will normally require some kind of courage, faith, or determination.  As a Christian, when we do what we really don't want to do we are actually exercising faith in a very practical way.  The battle against laziness and fear is a battle we all face.  The Bible says in Hebrews 11:6, that without faith it is impossible to please God.  Faith takes courage and determination.  Are you regularly exercising both courage and determination as you navigate through life?

The trail to unstuck starts here.  Make it a priority each day to act on the answer to the question, "What do I not want to do today that I know I really ought to do?"