There’s a fine line between a rut and a groove. Ruts are bad, grooves are good. Nobody wants to get stuck in a rut, but everyone wants to find their groove. Even saying the word “groove” is kinda fun.
We know that when an athlete finds his groove, he’s going to excel and he’s probably going to win.
We all want to excel.
We all want to win.
A groove is that place where you are you, at your best. A groove is where family, leadership, ministry, work or play feels natural and almost easy. A groove is where you’re confident that if you can just keep doing what you’re doing, success is pretty much guaranteed. Grooves inspire and motivate.
A groove is that place where your faith, vision, knowledge, skills and personality come together to make you fully you, at your best.
So let your you out and find your groove. Trust, dream, be yourself and make the most of your skills and talents. You were created to excel. You were created to win.
But be careful. When you’re in the groove, if you don’t keep growing and improving you’ll discover that grooves easily turn into ruts.
Today, may you be free to get out of your rut, let your best you out, find your groove, and ride it to the success your heart dreams of.
What do you think it looks like for you to find your groove?
Last time you were in a rut what did you do to get yourself out and on track?