Why Your One Job In This World Is To Do What You Love

“You can fail at what you don’t want, so you might as well take a chance on doing what you love.” – Jim Carey

The future is uncertain. Entire industries of today will be gone tomorrow. Change is rapid and speeding up. So do what you love. Never has there been a better time to do what you love.

The world doesn’t need “playing it safe.” The world doesn’t need the programs of the past. The world needs you to step up and do something unique and radical: It needs you to follow your heart.

If we keep doing what we always have, our fate is not bright. Disaster looms down the path of the old ways. It is time for us to bring forth the new ways. Dear fellow millennials, we are tasked with the duty of creating an awesome world.

If you plan your life around saving for retirement, your precious moments of being may titter tatter away, like coins tumbling from a spilled purse. My uncle once told me of a man in his office who had a clock ticking down the days, hours, minutes, and seconds until his retirement. Please don’t use your life to serve time in a job like that.

What is your passion? What makes you come alive and call out “Hallelujah?” I’m talking about Leonard Cohen’s rendition of “Hallelujah.” Yeah, your life can be that epic.

Life is epic down the path of being your true self, of being you to the fullest of your expression. Everyone has gifts to give. Everyone is the treasure in this life thing. Everyone has a quest to realize their highest self. Do you believe me? Can you play with this idea? Go ahead, see where that path takes you.

Dare to bring forth your dreams. Don’t dream small. Dream big. Dream You. Dream your calling. Dream your path.

What you dream may harshly digress from the norm. That is good. Follow that path and I’ll meet you in a world that glitters of diamonds, rubies, opals, amethysts, emeralds and all other gems contained within the individual.

Photo by Matteo Vistocco on Unsplash


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