Our generation suffers from OCD-- Obsessive Comparison Disorder. Not a day goes by that you’re not tempted to glance to your left & right-- or scroll up & down-- to see how you measure up to the people around you. With its focus on smarter, faster, thinner, younger, and better, constant comparison has hijacked homes across the globe. Our friends become our audience and our titles, activities, even kids become part of our brand. Factor in social media highlights and no wonder we’re left feeling drained & discontent. It’s a trap! But there is a way out. Come discover how to escape the Comparison Trap.

Comparison Trap

Summary:
Our generation suffers from OCD– Obsessive Comparison Disorder. Not a day goes by that you’re not tempted to glance to your left & right– or scroll up & down– to see how you measure up to the people around you. With its focus on smarter, faster, thinner, younger, and better, constant comparison has hijacked homes across the globe. Our friends become our audience and our titles, activities, even kids become part of our brand. Factor in social media highlights and no wonder we’re left feeling drained & discontent. It’s a trap! But there is a way out. Come discover how to escape the Comparison Trap.

The Land of ER

Speaker:
Tim Lucas
Part:
1
Summary:
Our generation suffers from OCD– Obsessive Comparison Disorder. With our focus on smarter, thinner, younger, better… we’re constantly comparing our progress with others. But watch out… it’s a trap! Discover the way out.

FOMO

Speaker:
Nithin Thompson
Part:
2
Summary:
We can’t help but look left, look right and scroll up and down and look at the lives of those around us. Sometimes we’ll see other people post the best of what we see vs. the worst of what we know about ourselves and it leaves us with a sense of FOMO or Fear of Missing Out. The only way we can combat FOMO is through gratitude.

2 Bags Full

Speaker:
Nithin Thompson
Part:
3
Summary:
Often we can spend most of our time feeling bad for what we don’t have. Whenever we feel like we can never have enough it is called the scarcity mindset. But God has given us everything we need, an all access pass to every resource we could ever imagine. Instead of comparing who has more to who has less, what will we do with what God has entrusted us.