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New Ways of Thinking in a New Season

New Ways of Thinking in a New Season

The turn of a season always presents an opportunity to introduce a change in the way things have been done. It is a moment that we can capitalize on in our workplaces.  People are more receptive to something new as seasons change. A fresh start means a new beginning, a new perspective and sometimes a new mindset; all of which can be a real gift to a company. 

What is something you would like to introduce or remove from your workplace?   

“Forget what happened in the past, and do not dwell on events from long ago.I am going to do something new. It is already happening. Don’t you recognize it? I will clear a way in the desert. I will make rivers on dry land.”

Isaiah 43:18-19 NOG 

This scripture from Isaiah is full of hope and has some great lessons for the workplace.

It speaks to the future and aligning our efforts to God’s plan.  

What in your workplace could benefit from a fresh approach? 

The gift of newness is that it brings new life.  Were there any policies or procedures that need new life in your company?  Perhaps it is the meeting format or the communication protocols? How could these be revived and brought back to life? 


Is there something that needs to be dealt with or introduced into the culture of your workplace?  A new season can be an opportunity to revisit core values with a fresh perspective.   

Don’t you Recognize it?

Prayer at work has led me to recognizing when it is time to do something fresh or take a new approach.  This is the advantage of operating a supernatural business.  Here is the advantage of running a supernatural business: 

“When you operate your business in the natural, you have to work extra hard to make a profit out of every possible angle. You have to outsmart the competition, you have to work harder, longer and craftier than everyone else so you get recognized and get ahead. In the natural, you depend on yourself. 

But in supernatural business, you depend on God. It’s not that you don’t work hard; it’s that you’re not reliant on yourself and your abilities for your ultimate success. You rely on God. As we pray, God often shows us or tells us what to do. When you give your business to God, you plug into His economy, which never has downturns, is never in the red, and is always life-giving!” 

– Excerpt from Supernatural Business by Mike Rovner

God has faithfully shown me strategies and given me wisdom in prayer, I know He will do it for you too.  When I recognized them and put them into practice, we have always grown, always been blessed and always been protected. 



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