Whether you believe you are talented or not. Consistent spiritual discipline will benefit your spirit. It will make your spirit stronger. You need a strong spirit more than you realise. It takes a certain amount of resilience to follow through on your ideas, hopes, and dreams. When your spirit is weak, you are more likely to abandon your goals. Proverbs 18:14 (AMPC) says, “the strong spirit of a man sustains him in bodily pain or trouble, but a weak and broken spirit who can raise up or bear?” You need to grow stamina and capacity within your spirit.
Spiritual development is not as widely recognised as it should be. This is due to the fact that the modern world is a secular place that tries to keep spiritual things out. As a result, it is unclear what the top performers in religion, culture, business, economy, or government are doing to maintain their mind and spirit. You may hear mentions of meditation or journaling. Or mentions of practicing mindfulness. It is now acceptable and enlightening for someone to discuss their yoga practice in public. In the secular media, these are code words for spiritual development.
The bottom line is that you must have a kind of strength. A strength that cannot be seen physically but is very real. You will fail if you do not have it. It is obvious that the world is a harsh place that will drain your life force. You require something greater in your spirit than whatever is wreaking havoc on the world out there. You can only succeed to the extent of your spiritual aptitude. So, make spiritual activities a priority. Make time for spiritual activities such as thanksgiving, prayer, reading, contemplation, and meditation. You will notice a significant improvement in your planning and execution skills.