If someone were to ask what do you do for a living, what would your answer be?
Do You Have Constraints In Your Life? What an obvious question you might think. Of course you have constraints. Everybody has constraints and that’s a part of life. Which brings to mind the Serenity Prayer:
What questions are you asking yourself on a consistent basis? Are you asking empowering questions or disempowering questions?
Do you struggle with having to constantly come up with new and original ideas for your work?
I’m sure you’ve heard the quote by Zig Ziglar and it goes like this: “You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help enough people get what they want”.
I hate uncertainties. It drives me crazy. It keeps me up at night. It makes me sick. And so I do this instead.
The famed Colonel Sanders was 65 years old when he received his first social security cheque of $99. Word has it that the Colonel had to go through 1,009 “no”s before he heard his first “yes”.
No one likes to fail. Failing is awful.
It is easy to get lost, with your head buried in the sand working on your tasks, only to realize that the world has past you by when you look up.
Do you want to be happier? Have more fulfilling relationships? Do more of work that matters? Well, me too. However, the problem lies with the constraints you and I face in our lives. My quest here is to turn these constraints into opportunities and get the life I want.