It’s your life
Why is it that so many people give up on:
We’re here for such a short period of time, and yet, early on, we draw a veil that shuts out the light from living a life that could have been.
Fear of what?
Is fear really that bad to lose the one and only opportunity you have?
How many times do you hear about people who have come close to death who, in that instant, decide to turn over a new leaf, and live life on their terms? But do you really need some cataclysmic event to show you the light?
I know that one blog post or a bushel of books or quotes isn’t going to make a jot of difference beyond the synaptic impulse, but, sooner or later, I hope reality dawns and you realise that living a meaningful life is much more important than how much you earn or the label that you endlessly parade.
Who are you?
Why do you exist?
And what will be your legacy?
These are the important questions and they rarely, if ever, get addressed. Indeed, most people are so busy carving out a living that they don’t stop to think if their ladder is leaning against the right wall or if they are climbing something that just goes on and on and on without purpose.
Stop and focus.
If you value your life don’t ever be afraid to take time out to understand what is important to you. And don’t think of the exercise as a way of coming out of your self-imposed exile with a revitalised sense of the important vs. urgent. That’s way too shallow. You need to understand what that inner voice has been saying to you for the last few years, and find a path that will, over the long haul, allow you to live a life closer to the real you.
Don’t be afraid to ask for help. You can’t expect to have all the answers, let alone, in some instances, know which questions to ask.
My mission is to unlock your potential – the genius that resides within that is very often you harshest critic. It’s to help you answer the difficult questions, and come up with a plan that taps into your strengths so you start living a life on your terms and not what others have come to expect of you.
It’s not about happiness per se, but if you can find inner peace that will go a long way to lifting the veil that has shut out the light for so long.