Many of you may recall, Allyson Lewis, whom I interviewed about her book, The Seven Minute Difference. Allyson works very hard to help people get there live’s simplified, prioritized, and organized. I have done all that I can to support her work because spiritually I think we are suffering severely because of the disorder people have in their lives.
John Ortberg in his book study, “The Life You Always Wanted” talks about people having hurry sickness. I learned in his study that it is hard to be holy in a hurry or attend to God well if you are overly busy and disorganized. Through Allyson’s books and our friendship I have learned a great deal to help rein in how I use my time and set goals for my life. If you never listened to the interview I had with her, then I encourage you to. It’s very inspiring.
Allyson has asked a small favor of me and I, in like kind, am asking it of you in order to help her. Allyson has put together a short happiness survey. She is gathering data on how people experience happiness. I took the short survey. It only took a few minutes. You can take it at this link:
When you are done you can even register to win a $50 Visa Card.
I have very much appreciated the time Allyson has given to The Practical Disciple and the benefits her teaching has brought into my own life. I found as I took the survey that it made me slow down a moment to consider what truly makes me happy. If for no other reason, I would encourage you to take it for that benefit. However, if you do, I also believe you will be helping a sister in Christ fulfill the call God has given her to help people get their heads screwed on straight about how they spend their time.
Blessings and thank you for indulging this moment of personal privelege on my blog.
The Practical Disciple
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