Ep. 55 There’s Always Just One Thing To Do

Do you ever feel overwhelmed from your lists? You know… the to-do list, or even that figurative list of “all the things I should or could be doing to improve my life or be more righteous??? yeah that list. How long is it? How far have you gotten on that list? If you’re anything like me or anyone else I know, those lists are nearly always on our minds, and often the source of misery or overwhelm or even procrastination. They start out with good intention and can quickly be the reason we get discouraged or even get stuck. Today’s episode we’re going to learn the truth about how there’s always just one thing to do. Truly. There is. Do you feel better already!? ha ha! Excited to get into this encouraging topic!

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3 Responses

  1. Best podcast on doing the ONE THING! Been listening to your podcast since the beginning of this month and I can’t get enough. I tell everyone I talk with about your podcast! I’m an adult Sunday School teacher and have been looking for effective ways to teach to inspire. This is it: One thing at a time to promote action! Thank you for your time and efforts in sharing practical steps to move ahead each day.

    1. Hi Jami! Thanks so much for your comment! This is such a big breakthrough for me, and I have found that when I stick to it and focus on ONE THING, the students truly feel empowered to make change in their life. Far too often we come home from church with a list of 100 things we’re supposed to change and then do nothing! ha ha! It’s a difficult tradition to break, but worth it!

  2. I LOVE that you mention the next one thing can be doing the dishes. Sometimes when my list is looming over me I overcomplicate even the dishes and don’t start anything. BUT, when I do start and get the dishes done my mind can figure out what is the next most important thing to do. It is like I needed to start moving…
    Thanks Brooke!

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