Do you still feel empty or unsatisfied even if you have already achieved everything that you ever dreamt of?
Genuine success never comes from income or assets, but from the feeling that you are spending your time and effort doing what you actually want and satisfying your purpose and passion. Start appreciating what you do and ponder how you can create more impact on your life, others, and the world.
We often have to do things at work that we aren’t necessarily passionate about and may even be ill-suited for. If you haven’t found a method to combine your passion with what you do for a living, you can at least pursue it as a side hustle. You will discover that the more you devote time and resources to this endeavor, the happier and more fulfilled you will feel.
We have expectations, responsibilities, and a lot of stuff to take care of and manage, but life is indeed hectic. The world pulls and pushes us in numerous directions at the same time. If you are serious about moving forward and making significant improvements, you must be deliberate and intentional.
As you are doing what actually satisfies you, you will be venturing into uncharted territory and arenas, and you never know where that will go. But here’s the thing: whatever you’ll be getting into is a fresh one. This will result in new mental connections, new learning, new talents, and new people. And who knows what will happen next? You could discover a reliable new source of income, a new career, or new relationships.
As the captain of your ship, you are the architect of your fate. Maybe you don’t have complete control over your life. But you have complete power over this one area, this one item. You make all of the decisions. You rise and fall according to your own merits. Your lessons and benefits have taken a long time to come. That sense of accomplishment and fulfillment is priceless.
Your job should be more than just a source of revenue. You will miss out on life if you do not appreciate what you do. Your job should make you happy both inside and outside of the office. In that way, you will carry and radiate your success wherever you go, which will benefit you in various areas of your life.
If you measure your success by money, titles, or fame, you can never be satisfied. You will always be thirsty for more. So instead of focusing on being materialistic, start appreciating what you do and focus on how you can create an impact on your life and others. #LiveTheGreatLife #RubenLicera #SuccessIsNotJustAboutMoney