Color On Your Paper

We’re all a little broken but the last time I checked, broken crayons still color. Trent Shelton, former football player

Perhaps life has knocked you around a bit and you feel a little broken—physically, emotionally, and/or spiritually. You’re not alone. If we live long enough, we all experience pain, loss, regret, grief, fear. It’s part of the human experience.

But, as Shelton says, even broken, we have the potential to fulfill our destiny. In the case of a crayon, that destiny is to put color on the paper. What’s yours?

Affirmation: I can still make a difference.

Coaching questions: What’s your destiny, mission, or calling? Even if you’ve been battered and broken, you can still make a difference. Get out there and put some “color on the paper.”

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