I believe our lives should be filled with purpose driven experiences and projects that bring joy, happiness, purpose and meaning to our lives and others.
The three most common excuses I here in my consulting practice for postponing the initiation of inspired ideas and life dreams are, one, I don’t have enough time, two, I don’t have enough education or experience, and three, I don’t have enough money. Here is the cold harsh fact of life, no matter how hard you work, no matter how much you study, no matter how much money you earn and tuck away, there is still no guarantee that the stars will align in the way you want them to.
“Using the time money education gap excuse will not only keep you stuck where you are but even worse, it will actually make you fill justified in postponing your dreams and goals,” Said Richie Norton the Author of the New York Time Best Seller The Power of Starting Something Stupid.
I quoted this not to say that those things are not important, what I am trying to express is that we don’t need all the time, money or education in the world to be able to start something great in our lives. We can start now. Things will work to gather for our good if we put forth hard work and diligence.
Our lives are meant to be so much more than commuting, working, eating, surfing the Internet, sleeping and watching TV.
I believe our lives should be filled with purpose driven experiences and projects that bring joy, happiness, purpose and meaning to our lives and others. The evils of this world would have us believe that we can’t do great things. That’s a lie.
Life is short, and I strongly believe that God has given each one of us a allotted amount of time to use our gifts and talents to help make this world a better place. As a result we can’t afford to idle away our time doing things that don’t matter. We would do well to focus our energy on educating and training ourselves and then taking that experience and knowledge to lift, inspire and serve others.
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