Read it as an invitation. When we receive an invitation, we consider the person inviting us, the event or occasion to which we are invited, our own desires, and our ability to say yes or no in our current circumstances. When you consider the Praxis community, the specific postures and practices of this rule, your own needs for encouragement, growth, and discipline, and the current circumstances of your life, is this an invitation to which God wants you to say yes?
Read it with your most important partners. Share it with your closest circle of accountability and discipleship, and with members of your household who would be involved in keeping this rule with you. If you are married, share it with your spouse. Consider sharing it with your business partners.
Consider adopting the practices on a prototype basis for four weeks. At the end of the four weeks, consider whether you would like to make them an ongoing part of your discipleship and leadership.
Decide whether to say yes to the invitation. If you decide to say no, consider whether there are alternative commitments you believe God is calling you to make. If you decide to say yes, the Praxis community offers ongoing ways to stay accountable to and grow in the practices of this rule.