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When arriving on the job, are you able to get your mind into top gear?

WRITTEN BY STEVE MARR
TUESDAY, 27 OCTOBER 2020

The Apostle Peter instructed, "Therefore, prepare your minds for action" (1 Peter 1:13 NASB).

Our minds can easily become cluttered with health, family, or other issues. Employers deserve, and have a right to expect, our full and complete attention and effort on the job. If necessary, take a moment, clear your mind and then remind yourself that your workday has started. When your workday has ended, use the same process to transition back into your personal time. Practice this technique and be mentally ready for each workday.

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The Apostle Peter instructed, "Therefore, prepare your minds for action" (1 Peter 1:13 NASB).

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