Many of us are so wrapped up in our business that we don’t have a chance to step back and reflect for a mo
After I moved out of my parents house, I created this story that I was tired of doing the things that my parents made
Life was great, more money was coming in and I was having more possessions. I was doing the things that it took in order to have the possessions that the lifestyle I created for myself demanded
My mind was only concerned on what I have, and what I was going to have. My business was created to support my story of things that I must “have”, because this is what a guy like
What is the purpose of the business you are in? What do you have? What do you do? Who do you be? Luckily enough my company downsized
No, I don’t live on my own personal island, lying on the beach being fed grapes by beautiful servants yet. But if I did, what would I have to look forward to. Don’t we all get energized by the possibilities that we are creating for ourselves. We all create stories of who we are and why we do the things we do, and that is why we have the things we have. Don’t forget there is the story of what happened and then there is what happened.
Why are you in the business you are in? If you won the lottery tomorrow, would you continue doing the things you are doing today? Who would you be if money wasn’t an object? Is it the sa
Many spend years climbing the corporate ladder only to realize that it was leaning on the wrong tree. Wouldn’t it first be best to figure out who you be, so you can do the things that you do and have the things that you know you should have. How easy is it to quit that high paying job that you hate? Could you be who you be and do the things that you do and receive even higher pay than you do at that job you hate?
I know what I believe, and I don’t change who I be. The only thing that changes is what I do and that affects what I have. Money is the byproduct of my ability to serve others. I will only serve doing that which I love, and in that which I love, I will be best.
Simply put the solution to the problem of doing and having things that sacrifice your personal being is simple. Do not work strictly for money. Do not sacrifice your dreams, goals and desires because of others pessimism. Decide what you love. Always be the person whom you are when no one is looking. When you are true to yourself, the world seems to fall into place as if everything is perfect.
Louis Lautman, he is a business consultant, life coach and peak performance expert. He is the president of
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