A Consequential Lifestyle: Creating Opportunities for Greatest Impact

To lead a life of great consequence, you need to know how you can make the greatest impact.

Where are you making your greatest impact? Is it by going above and beyond the call of duty in your work assignments?

Is it by volunteering at a local soup kitchen? Is it by spending time with a loved one, or just spending time in prayer? It doesn't matter what you do, to lead a life that has great consequence, you just have to be CONSISTENT.

As you prepare for the Memorial Day weekend, think about one area in your life in which you can become CONSEQUENTIAL. All you have to do is be consistent in one activity.

Here are some examples: Spiritually: Reading the Bible for 12 minutes a day is equivalent to reading the Bible in one year Personally: Reading about/studying a new topic for 30 minutes a day for two consecutive years is equivalent to gaining 5 bachelor's degrees Family: Spending 45 minutes a day with a loved one is equivalent to sharing 5% of your waking life with them Service: Consistently providing excellent customer service will increase customer recommendations to 5,475 per customer per year. How will you create your consequential lifestyle? Choose one and then share this article with your friends and family today.