Evergreening Praxis: Doing The Wave

Kenny Jahng —  2012/08/04 — 1 Comment

It’s that time of year again — time to take a breather from the hub-bub and schedule in some renewal.  For me, summertime is both hectic and calming.  The daily grind seems to take on a relaxed nature to it, even though you’re cranking out your work.  With the kids out of school, routines are mixed up and there’s less pressure to keep on going, thus more family memories end up being made it seems.

If you’re someone like me that enjoys going full tilt with what you’ve been called to do vocationally, you also need to do what I call evergreening.

One way to do that has been to get out of my comfort zone and attend an event or conference where everyone in the seats don’t look exactly like replicas of *me* — get into conversations with people that live life differently.  See things differently.  React and think differently.  But love some of the core things just the same.  This summer, that’s Wave Conference and the Willow Creek Global Leadership Summit, so I’m hoping to get some rejuvination and inspiration through such an experience.

 

When was the last time you stepped out of your comfort zone? What do you do for evergreening?

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