Who Are You Really?
Many people spend most of their lives trying to figure out who they are and what they should be doing. There seems to be no spring in their step, no confidence in their calling, no labor of love lost nor found.
The problem is, they listen to too many voices or try to undertake too many things. I believe in being a Renaissance person, in other words, mastering many skills. However, it’s important to be known for something of depth. I’m not totally convinced that it has to be One Big Thing, but it could be.
Let’s just say that having one focus could make life a whole lot easier. It might also be limiting the multi-
dimensional talents you have been given. So it depends.
I believe modern society often short-changes ourselves by no longer being close to family and friends who could give us some insights into who we really are and what we are really capable of doing.
We don’t want to hear an honest assessment. Yet that’s what we need.
There are those who have a very straightforward self-guided compass, while others need input. So, be open to others letting you know what they see in you. It just might be your missing link.
Happy Friday, everyone.