Organize With The End In Mind | Simply Convivial

Paul Barthel (1862–1933)

I’m just far enough into the school year to see that I need to work on a few areas of organization. You too? Here are some important thoughts on the “chief end” of organization:

The story our organizing should be telling is one of service. We shouldn’t get organized so that we look impressive, but so that we can better serve our family, our church, and ultimately our God. That’s the true end, the real point. So whether or not our organization is “successful” is less about how it all looks or how it makes us feel, but about making us effective and active servants in the kingdom of God. Read the rest (and the other  very helpful posts in the series) at Simply Convivial.

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