If you are bored, try this.
Do an informal survey. Ask you family, coworkers, and friends a simple question:
Are you happy?
Wait and listen to their responses. I promise you will learn something.
You’ll have conversations about missed dreams, tossed away passions, and regret for the passing of time. You’ll hear people who settled into a career and, rather than knowing it theirs they settled and spent their years clocking in and out, going on summer vacations, and slowly climbing the corporate ladder.
In each talk, in the spaces of unspoken words and covered emotions you’ll find The Push.
The Push is the moment God revealed a divine calling, a passion that affirms life. You’ll hear it in the language.
“I wish I could do that again. If I just had the chance, I would…, At this point, I only have a few years and I’ll retire!”
I don’t know about you but I think it is time to end the talk and start the action. Too many people are missing out on life, on their calling and their passion. Too many people have settled for the safe route. There’s a reason that creatives celebrate the road not taken.
It is the fire that can light us to burn for an eternity.
Our job is two-fold: to answer the call and help others do the same.