Countryside Christian Church
Breaking Bad (Habits) - Who Before Do
Change isn’t easy, but it isn’t impossible, either. Your future self is a result of the decisions you make each day. See how a few small habits can change how you see yourself today and can transform you into the person you want to be tomorrow. It’s time to start Breaking Bad (Habits).
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  • Countryside Christian Church
    1850 N McMullen Booth Rd, Clearwater, FL 33759, USA
    Sunday 9:30 AM, Sunday 11:15 AM
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    Sunday 11:15 AM

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Sunday Setlist
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Echo - Elevation Worship
Sound Of Adoration - Jesus Culture
Love On The Line - Hillsong Worship
Miracles - Jesus Culture
Successful people do consistently what other people do occasionally.
“Our habits will make us or break us. We become what we repeatedly do.”~Sean Covey
Three Reasons We Don't Succeed
1. We focus on the what but don’t understand the how.
“You don’t rise to the level of your goals, you fall to the level of your systems.” ~James Clear
2. We don’t see progress fast enough.
Wrongly conclude: Small good decisions don’t matter that much.
Wrongly conclude: Small bad decisions don’t matter that much.
Our life is the sum total of all the small decisions that we make.
It’s the things that no one sees that bring results everyone wants.
3. Our distorted identity sabotages our success.
An unhealthy identity creates unwise habits.
Unwise habits reinforce an unhealthy identity.
A healthy identity creates positive habits.
Positive habits reinforce a healthy identity.
Think about it this week:
What’s a positive habit you do occasionally that you’d like to do consistently?
Think about it this week:
Read Romans 7:15-25. How can you relate with the Apostle Paul? How has the power of Jesus set you free from this cycle?
Think about it this week:
What is a “who” goal that you want to put into place this year? What are some systems that would help you reach it?