Urgency: importance requiring swift action.
I knew I would return from Orlando, Florida with a sense of urgency. That is why I scheduled my webinar: Dig a Well, Build an Asset before I left.
I knew I would return from Orlando with weariness that would fight the sense of urgency. That is why I did schedule the webinar: Dig a Well, Build an Asset.
Why the urgency? It is the urgency of the future. It is the urgency of the present as well.
The African proverb says dig a well before you are thirsty. The financial implications of this proverb are sobering.
When I was young the advice was to go to college and get a degree. Find a good job and loyally work for that company until retirement. Collect your pension and all would be well.
That worked for some of those who have already retired. But not all.
Have you noticed the age of the McDonald’s employee taking your order or wiping down tables?
What about the greeters in WalMart?
Is that what they dreamed about for retirement?
What about the loyal worker who arrives at work on Monday morning to find the gate chained shut and the news that his job will be sent to China?
Yes, what I am talking about is a political issue. And how long do you want to wait for Washington to fix the problem?
Yes, what I am talking about is also an issue we should trust God for? We should look to Him for provision.
I believe He will provide for different people in various ways.
I am inviting you to check out one of them.
Dig a Well, Build an Asset.
There are many ways to dig a well. There are many ways to build an asset.
Come check out this one: