Critique or Critic?

Thursdays are good days to pause and take stock of the week.

What has happened, what has been accomplished, am I on track with what I wanted this week to be?

Without taking stock we go from one week to the next to the next in a merry-go-round of years.

Be your own critique, but not your own critic.

Critiquing is all about observation and dialogue about what you want and where you are and the gap between the two.

Critiquing asks, “How might you get there?” and then makes a game plan.

The critic doesn’t ask a thing, just criticizes and condemns and shuts down options.

Be your own Critique.

Refuse to be the Critic.

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Cyndy Lavoie

“Then she was on the road. She preached with joyful urgency that life could be radically different; right and left she sent the demons packing; she brought wellness to the sick, anointing their bodies, healing their spirits.” Mark 6:12-13 The Message

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