Sometimes, your “yes” needs to come from nothing more than your gut. Without all the answers. Without your ducks in a row. Without the plan. Just “yes,” because you know you need to.
I really don’t think our life purpose is clear-cut, defined and one specific thing. But not having a clear-cut, defined purpose doesn’t mean you have no purpose at all.
If you want to really make a difference, you have to be willing to try out a few different combinations before you will figure out what works.
“Striving to better, oft we mar what’s well.” Say what? This was written by Shakespeare around 1606 in his play, King Lear. It might sound funny, but there’s a lot of really great truth there. Now for me, I prefer the version attributed to Voltaire in 1770, “The best is the enemy of the good.” […]
It’s important to know what you do, but it’s more important to know why you do it. Do you know why it is you do what you do?