What developing your taste means for you?
Cultivating your taste means having a preference. My vision for you is that you’ll have an appetite for quality, sophistication, and for things that are of good report. When your taste is developed, your perception and discernment for quality is refined, making you more appealing.
Developing good taste requires examination of our daily living and what we find appealing. Since faith comes by hearing it also means being mindful of what we’re watching, reading, and listening to.
You can develop your taste for food, style, music, entertainment, vocabulary, language, speech, lifestyle, friendships, and of course relationships, and generally what you allow to regulate your mind.
When it comes to cultivating taste, here are a few questions to consider.
- What’s the standard that I have for myself?
- Is this a quality pursuit?
- Does what I’m partaking in make me feel depleted and anxious, or is it fertile and life-giving?
Just remember that when you develop your taste, you become a woman of worthy character, a woman of influence. You become a tastemaker, and your preference for quality will replace the low pleasure or low character pursuits, setting the tone and the trends for those around you.
Because you’re a tastemaker, you’re skilled at identifying the best of everything and people will be drawn to you because they’ll detect your discerning and polished taste.
This is what living well looks like. It’s about showing up with your best to your everyday, and then bringing your best into your relationship.
To your enhancement,
P.S. I hope this serves you. I’ve created a three question survey for you. If you want to show your gratitude CLICK HERE to complete it.