The Invitational Warning

A mentor of mine Jim Rohn says  “The Bible gives us a list of human stories on both sides of the ledger. One list of  human stories is used as examples—do what these people did. Another list of human stories is used as warnings—don’t do what these people did. So if your story ever gets in one of these books, make sure they use it as an example, not a warning.” In our generation perhaps many of us have established a comfort zone. Once we stop seeking and  risking we stop growing. and without continued growth we are now all that we are ever going to be. The danger of a comfort zone is that is doesn’t hurt and it might even feel good. The warning is the comfort zone may be holding us back. So attack your comfort zone by inviting on a regular basis.