Do you ever feel overwhelmed by life? Do you sometimes wonder if you are doing what you were meant to be doing? Are you living a life or are you just surviving through one? Do you need a new game plan?
At Gracepoint Church, we start our new message series “Game On”. We start by asking the question “What's Your Game Plan?” Do you have a game plan for your life? Do you know who you are and who you were meant to be? Join us as we take a look at a legendary football coach’s game plan and see if there is something, or someone, that we can turn to for help in our life’s game plan.
On a football team, each player plays the position that they are most effective at. Larger players tend to play on the line of scrimmage. Fast tall players on offense. Fast shorter players on defense. Quarterbacks are quick thinkers. Receivers have good hands. If you try to play a position that you aren't suited for, you're not going to be successful, and you and the team will suffer.
It's the same way in life. We are all looking to find the position that we are supposed to play. If we are in the wrong position, our life is a struggle. If we find the right position, then we can reach our potential.
By taking the Natural Abilities Analysis below, you can begin to know more about your innate strengths, and hence, get positive reinforcement towards a new career direction. The analysis shows how our brains are divided into abilities and the particular strengths we all possess. It does not test general intelligence and there are no right or wrong answers. All your answers will be right for you.
“Sadly, I have met very few people who have a plan for their life. Most are passive spectators, watching their lives unfold, one day at a time. They are reactive rather than proactive. They may plan their careers, the building of a new home, or even a vacation. But it never occurs to them to plan their life. In fact, most people spend more time planning a one-week vacation than they spend planning their life. I believe that this is why so many people end up discouraged, disillusioned, and wondering what went wrong. They arrived at the wrong destination. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be this way. You can live your life on purpose by creating your own personal life plan.”
- Michael Hyatt