Why I decided to begin www.SeanIsaacs.Com?
A year ago I heard it said that “Writing is the thinking of Doing!”
That thought resonated with me because immediately I believed it to be true! As a young Christian, the Lord impressed upon my heart to begin journaling daily. Looking back I don’t recall how He did that or how it all got started, but over the years I have been able to write my thoughts daily on what was and was not happening in my daily relationships with Man, but more importantly, my relationship with God.
I have found journaling to be helpful to me in so many ways. It helped me to write out my thoughts. To record how I felt at the moment of a disappointment or a blessing. Over the years because of my responsibilities regarding ministry, work, family etc. I have not made as much time as I should writing or journaing every day. In 2012, I had set out to start a blog and begin writing my thoughts online. But I got distracted with life.
After watching a video by John Maxwell – “The Rule of 5 for Leadership.”
Check it out here: THE RULE OF 5 FOR LEADERSHIP!
I made a commitment to do the following every day:
- Ask Questions
I hope you will do the same after watching!
As of this writing, I believe John Maxwell has written more than 77 books. This was a great encouragement and inspiration to me because I have at least 20 books and titles in my head or started somewhere on my computer. Because I understand how human nature works, I know that these will continue to be great ideas that never get done until I make a choice every day to be intentional about getting them done. So this blog www.seanisaacs.com will provide me with an outlet to create the discipline necessary to do one of the things I know that the Lord has wired me to do – communicate through writing!
I hope you will join me on this journey as I read books weekly, write my thoughts, read scriptures daily and write my thoughts. I believe you will find much of the information posted here helpful. So please send me your thoughts, questions, critiques and feedback.