Updated: Jun 23, 2019
This is so strange.
Most people base their future goals on their past accomplishments.
Isn’t that an oxymoron?
It doesn’t make any sense.
If that were the case, we’d never do anything new or original.
We’d never change or grow.
We’d be in a constant state of “stuck”.
Sometimes we do this with our careers.
We feel we’re not qualified in any other role or any other field than the one we’re in.
So we stay right where we are and “do our time”.
We don’t make any changes.
We don’t rock the boat.
We just keep on keepin’ on.
Because we’ve never done anything different.
But what if I told you it doesn’t have to be that way.
What if I asked you, “What do you really want to do?”
Have you ever asked yourself that?
Think about it. Explore this in a thoughtful way. What do you really want?
It feels a little exciting to think about, right?
Maybe even a little scary but in an intriguing and energizing kind of way.
Give it some thought…