Pursuing what we are purposed to do is often less about the mystery of “what” and more about the paralysis of answering “how.”
Energy is a precious resource. One that we expend even while at rest. Without it, nothing (e.g., our respiratory system, cell repair, etc.) goes into motion.
When we work, we elevate the expenditure of energy. Thus, we cannot afford to misdirect where we place our time and subsequently our energy.
Be intentional and know that it is “ok” to decide what works for you and what doesn’t.
As an individual, find work that is so motivating and compelling that you would willingly pay someone to allow you to do it.
As a leader, create and repeatedly share a vision that inspires those aligned with that purpose to act.
What you do towards what you have been purposed to do matters!
It is natural to want to see the end product, and you should have a vision of what that change looks like when completed. However, just be reminded that meaningful change takes time and progressive steps and is not microwavable. Whatever you do, do not be paralyzed and left motionless.
Dream big and visualize big because your purpose is big.
Get into action and remember, enduring things are built brick by brick.