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In this episode of the 5 Leadership Questions podcast, Todd Adkins is joined by Daniel Im, former cohost of 5LQ, Senior Associate Pastor at Beulah Alliance Church, and author of You Are What You Do. They discuss the following questions:
- How do you deal with past regrets?
- Is the process of journaling regrets supposed to be individual, or with someone? And if it is with someone, who?
- How can this lie disable or destroy your future?
- How does this lie fit into the gig economy?
- What’s your advice for leaders who still have things from their past they need to deal with?
“The past is not just about the things that you have done, the past is also about what others have done to you.”
“Reflecting on both what you have done and what others have done to you will help you assess the extent to which your past affects your present.”
“There’s a lot of junk and pain that we experience because we work with broken people.”
“Is what I am doing right now a reaction to something in the past or am I living the way I am living out of freedom and intentionality?”
“If we don’t deal with our past, it can disable or destroy our future.”
“The grip of these lies is only going to grow stronger as long as we keep them buried underneath the surface.”
“What are ways that you can come to terms about the lie you are dealing with?”
“Bring your issues to the surface between you and Him and let Jesus tell you what the next steps are.”
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