Your “Important Work”
I was sitting in my cubicle at work this week and this thought popped into my head: What the hell and I doing here?
Maybe the fact that I was coming down with the flu had something to do with it, but probably not much.
Have you ever been in this situation? Have you sat alone for a moment and wondered why you were doing what you were doing?
If you have, you probably come up with answers like “I have to pay the bills” or “I’ve got to make a living.”
That’s true. But why not pay the bills and make a living at the same time you’re living the life of your dreams?
A dream life is not necessarily about fast cars, big houses and tons of money. A dream life is a life of your dreams. It’s the life you imagine for yourself. Your dream life is made up of your “important work”–the work you were meant to do.
I don’t know about you, but most of us aren’t living the life we would imagine for ourselves. Instead, we’re living a “responsible” or “stable” life.
Crafting a Dream Life
I am launching a new movement in 2013!
You can wake up every morning and do the work that you came here to do and make a living at the same time.
You can live a life that invigorates and energizes you.
You can be the lucky one who posts on Facebook: “I love my life/job” (and really mean it)
This movement is all about helping you to identify your “important work” and then to blend that with the life you imagine for yourself.
This movement is about your life. It’s about creating momentum. In order to do that, you need community and support. That’s where the TSA blog and community comes in.
I’m creating a brand new over-the-top freebie to give away on the website and I would like your input. The sky is the limit.
Will you take a second and share your thoughts on these 3 questions in the comments below:
1. What Do You Wanna Know?
Tell me what would allow you to look at your chief obstacle and say, “Gosh, if I could just overcome that, my life would be completely different”?
2. What Has Changed You Most Significantly?
What book/audio program/TV program or Movie has had the most impact in your life?
Tell me about how it impacted your life.
3. What Would You Share?
My big goal for you is to reach more people with the work that you find most powerful and compelling. I want to continue to build a community that supports and connects you in an empowering way.
This is the most important question I have for you: What insights or resources have you shared with friends/colleagues that made the biggest difference in their lives?
What have they said is most valuable? What has been most important in what you have shared?
I can’t wait to hear about your experiences.
Be sure to keep your eyes open for some great opportunities to get in on the ground floor of what I’m creating for next year. (I’ll be looking for some test groups to go through the program I’m developing, and I hope you’ll take advantage of that)
Over to you…