For most people in our society, life will hold little more than a dutiful slog in the 9-5 rat race for forty years before retiring. Many will look back on their lives and wished they’d had an opportunity to have done something different.
Some may have even had opportunities to do so but didn’t take them. One thought is very common: “I wish I could’ve done something else but I never really knew what I wanted to do.”
Sounds familiar, yes?
Relax. Because I can help you identify what it is you’d really like to do. I can show you how to begin. It all starts by asking yourself three very important questions. These questions are the most important questions you can ask yourself. Here they are:
What, EXACTLY, do I want to do?
This question gets straight to the heart of the matter and it requires SPECIFIC answers. Also, your answer should be something you have a passion for. Should be genuinely interested in and not something you think others would be impressed with.
It should be something you feel so strongly about that missing out on it will make you seriously unhappy. By this, I mean IT WILL HURT YOU DEEPLY if you don’t at least give it a shot.
Take the time to think seriously about this question. Think at least 30 minutes a day as this is the first step towards getting what you want. Be thorough. Think about how you’d like to spend each day of your life. About what you don’t want to do. What you’d like to change about how you spend your days right now.
What do I have to do to get it?
This question requires answers about the practicalities required to achieve your goal. It will cover the necessary skills. What skills do you have now that you can use and what new skills will you need to develop?
You’ll need to know about courses or training programs you’ll need to take. You’ll need to identify how much practice or study you’ll have to do.
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