3. Centeredness is more important than a good plan. Plans are based on a guess. Plans and circumstances almost never work out the way we’d planned or hoped because we can’t know the future. It’s much more productive to get myself in the right place, so when each circumstance arises I can make decisions with clarity and confidence. A loose plan can be helpful, but getting centered is infinitely more valuable and effective.

5 Things I've Learned During My Transition from Pastor to Full Time Musician (3 of 5)