It’s the act of doing something as a boss would do it, and believe me “it” can be anything.
You can …
blog like a boss …
tackle like a boss …
lead worship like a boss …
pull a tooth like a boss …
decorate like a boss …
eat a burrito like a boss …
remember names like a boss …
Honestly, you can do just about anything “like a boss.”
Instagram has 2,403,062 #likeaboss posts. WHAT??
This week, Jen Hatmaker even posted a picture of her hand holding her new “Like a Boss” mug, because she does a lot of things “like a boss.”
Before I even saw her mug, which I might or might not have coveted a little bit, I was noodling on the idea of “like a boss.” Each time I read or hear that someone has accomplished something “like a boss,” my heart hears, “Yes! Now THAT is how it’s done! Bam! (Emeril Lagasse’s version of “like a boss.”)”
I confess, I want to do something “like a boss.” But what?
You might think a better question would be, “But WHY?”
I don’t want to do something like a boss because I care so much what other people think. Okay, I care a little, but once I turned 40 (a few years back) I started caring less about the opinions of others. (It’s a gift you get when you hit middle age. Thank you very much!)
But I really care what God thinks. Ephesians 6:7 reminds us to “Work with enthusiasm (like a boss), as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people.” (The insertion is mine obviously.)
I really want to hear a hearty, “Well done, good and faithful servant” when I get to heaven, and I’m not going to lie, I’d be more than a little okay with an enthusiastic, “You, Vicki Tiede, loved like a boss!” from Jesus.
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That’s it. I want to love like a boss. Scripture tells us to love God and love others.
“Teacher, which is the most important commandment in the law of Moses?”
Jesus replied, “‘You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your mind.
’This is the first and greatest commandment.
A second is equally important: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’
There’s such a sweet bonus in choosing to love like a boss, because when you do that it begets other “like a boss” opportunities. Catch this:
When you love your husband like a boss, you’ve just done marriage like a boss!
When you love your children like a boss, you come close to nailing parenting like a boss!
When you love others like a boss, then you find yourself being a sister, a daughter, a friend—like a boss! You seek justice, you serve, you sacrifice, you put others first, and you forgive—(indeed!) like a boss.
And when you love God like a boss, you walk humbly with your Maker and Teacher, you obey Him, you serve Him, and you grow in your knowledge of Him … and you do it all like a boss.
It’s seems like a no-brainer to me; the very best thing any one of us can do “like a boss” is to love.
Let’s start a #LoveLikeABoss hashtag.
For heaven’s sake, let’s start a #LoveLikeABoss MOVEMENT!
Post a picture or a story on Facebook, Twitter, and / or Instagram with #LoveLikeABoss, if you have …
1. Been on the receiving end of being loved like a boss,
2. Caught someone else loving like a boss,
3. Loved like a boss yourself and it might inspire someone else to do likewise,
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The world we live in today … well, it’s a mess. I suspect it will get messier until Jesus comes, so while we’re here, let’s make the world a better place. Let’s choose to #LoveLikeABoss