Jul15WedJuly 15, 2015
Have you ever attended an information session about how to do something better and had plans to implement them but eventually nothing got done?
Most of the time when we want to change something we stay paralyzed and don't change, or the change is short lived and we return to our old ways.
If, however, you fundamentally change who you are, then everything changes even without new information.
It is common for Warrior Clients to make fundamental (and often monumental) changes to the way they live their lives after learning about their true name during CAMP 1.
At CAMP we facilitate an identity change and a mission/vision change.
Once that happens we see the world from a different perspective.
Like wearing glasses of a different colour, we see things differently:
Opportunities that we could not see before now come into plain sight.
Things that were scary and caused fear now turn into opportunities to serve and grow.
After Camp, before any instruction on how to do practice or business better, clients experience unprecedented growth.
Then, when best practices and procedures are added, order and structure replaces the chaos that was caused by the growth.
The goal is to create the Full Out person first. This causes growth and chaos. Then we add procedure to bring order to the chaos so growth can continue.
Webster's describes Full Out as 'made or done with as much effort as possible, complete, total'.
Synonyms include 'all-encompassing, exhaustive, full-blown, in depth, sweeping and unlimited'.
A Full Out person is capable of so much more than the average person.
If you did what God has called you to do, Full Out like Webster's describes, your practice, business, and life would explode!
Also note that just because you are Full Out doesn't mean that everything is going to be easy.
You are still going to fall down and will need to pull yourself back up.
It helps to know that you are training with other Warriors who are engaged and training just like you are. It is good to know that you will be connecting with your accountability partner and that they are there to help you get back up.
During a recent call with some of the leaders within Warrior, someone gave a definition of what it means to be training Full Out.
"If I get taken out and am lying wounded on the battlefield, I need to know that the guy or gal next to me has been training hard enough that they can throw me on their back and can carry me to safety."
Are you training hard enough? Do you have your brother's or sister's back?
In the next few weeks during your morning time or vision time reflect on whether or not you are playing Full Out.
Some of you are just discovering what Full Out looks like for you. For others, God is redefining it for you as you may have drifted from what He has called you to. Regardless of where you are, there is always room for more.
More vision, more training, and more action-which leads to more service and more growth.
God is calling you to something BIG! It's time to step out of the shadows and start training to be a FULL OUT Warrior.
If you are feeling stuck, do something, anything, right now!!
Close the laptop or put down the smart phone and drop and give me 10!