I reckon is a phrase that my elders used a lot. It was a phrase that did not mean “yes” or “no.”
When someone said I “reckon,” it meant that they were thinking. Questioning. Considering. Pondering. Reflecting.
During these last two weeks of December, maybe it’s time for us to reckon, too.
Maybe it’s time for us to reckon and consider what we believe about our jobs, what we believe about our marriages, what we believe about our abilities, what we believe about our purpose, and what we believe about ourselves.
Maybe it’s time for us to reckon so we can create a world that’s more equitable, more peaceful, more loving, and more humane.
The truth is, COVID-19 has changed all of our lives. Now it is time to pull back the curtain and really identify what we learned and what we want to do differently in the years to come.
As you reckoning, take a few minutes to listen to this message. These 7 questions will help you with your reckoning process so you can make 2021 a powerful year.
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Happy New Year!