How Would You Rate Your Life?
“I had to share power. Give others the credit. Not be intimidated as I surrounded myself with people more talented than I am. Those are just a few examples of development I have experienced as a person and as a leader. I still have much more growing to do.” The greater our God-inspired ambitions, the greater is our need to develop the life infrastructure necessary to sustain them. An infrastructure can be described as a substructure or underlying foundation. Our life infrastructure has to do with our spiritual formation, the building of our character, the shaping of our attitude, the gaining of knowledge, and learning to apply all of this to our lives through wisdom. It pertains to the things that lie beneath the surface of our lives but provide the foundation for everything else.