Shifting Your Mindset


It was a crisp, beautiful Sunday in November 2014. I was coming into the house from the grocery store. On the floor were my golf shoes and a note that read: “I’ve come inside to warm up in case you want to use me today. Forecast is for high of 55 degrees and mostly sunny.”


A big smile came over my face. You see, Chris, my husband, is an avid golfer and I was a very reluctant one. My heart wasn’t in it.


In that moment, I realized how important it was to Chris that I play golf. So, in service of spending time with my husband, I decided to shift my mindset—to stop resisting, adopt a better attitude and invest in getting better at golf. I needed to be intentional about it.

Fast forward a few years. I’ve gone from reluctant to avid golfer. I enjoy it—and, I’m getting better.


So, if you’re looking to make change in your life, shift your mindset and be intentional toward your goals.

If you’re looking to make change in your life, shift your mindset and be intentional toward your goals.