It is my hope that you enjoyed my last article Discovering Your Talents.
Last night I was asking myself, Have I really jumped into life, or do I still shivering on the shore? What have I planned for today, tomorrow, next week? How will these things that I'm planning will affect my future? The future of others? And maybe the future of the world?
How about you? Just because you're breathing out and breathing in doesn't mean you're full of life. Life is an exciting affair. Do you feel fully alive?
How do you visualize yourself ten years from now? What do you want to become? What are you eating, drinking, thinking, saying, doing, and hoping that will bring you to your goal?
Lisa Canning wrote a blog post called “Ten Steps to Finding Your Artistic Voice.” Just one of her excellent points — good for everyone, not just artists, but all creative people — is this: “Be who you wish to seem. What type of artist (worker, pastor, musician, writer, professional, etc.) do you want to be? What audience will you serve? What will your medium be? Will you be politically oriented? Will you dedicate your energy to the classics? Will you serve as a bold visionary?”
Put in your own words for whatever fields of interest you have and want to pursue. Do you ever think about how your presence has an impact on the world? And don’t delay on the banks forever. Time does not stop for us.
"Avoid the crowd. Do your own thinking independently. Be the chess player, not the chess piece." - Ralph Charell
Have a great weekend with love and appreciation,
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