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By Randy Hain, Integrated Catholic Life, March 23, 2023
Mr. Randy Hain is President of Serviam Partners (www.serviampartners.com) and is a sought-after executive coach and leadership consultant for business leaders and companies all over the country.
I sometimes marvel at my consistency. Whenever I am overworked, worn out, and struggling to find peace, I realize that once again, I am falling into repetitive bad behaviors that are hampering my faith journey. With the help of prayer, Eucharistic adoration, Reconciliation and caring Catholic friends I pull back from the cliff and get back on the right path.
Do you ever experience this problem?
One of the supposed benefits of getting older is wisdom. I am not sure I am any wiser, but I have tried to learn from my experiences. I know I need to identify the challenges and bad behaviors that cause me so many problems if I want to avoid getting to this place in the future. Here is a partial list of how I often act on my “worst spiritual behavior” ….