It’s time for each of us to figure out our enough.
Day #17 of Sanity
A growing number of people are choosing themselves — whether it’s choosing the life of a freelancer or seeking an organization that aligns more closely with their higher purpose. The world of business is changing, and we need to let go of irrational fear. It’s time to ask new questions.
Instead of asking kids what they want to do when they grow up, ask them what fuels them, what they feel passionate about. “Growing up” is overrated.
It is very important to be able to talk openly about all the shifts that are taking place in a world still too often driven by 20th century fear, competition, and scarcity. Ask yourself what it is that you really need, what your “enough” is.
There is no need to be stuck in old paradigms that no longer serve us. Often quietly, in the background, more and more people are being awakened to the desire to create a new path. They are questioning what they have been taught and conditioned to believe is normal.
- What do I care about, deeply?
- What is my enough?
- What new and ancient questions should I be asking, myself and others?
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Welcome to 2017 where we have 365 days to play, create and connect.