There’s a dude named Jonathan Fields who is one of my heroes. He started a series of video interviews called Good Life Project. If you haven’t heard of Jonathan or seen any of the Good Life Project interviews, you are truly missing out.
Recently, Jonathan posted a question with so much insight that it made me want to weep. It was simple and he spoke the truth. You can watch the video here.
Before you click over though, here are my questions for you:
- Are you committed to being of service or are you committed to being comfortable?
- Are you committed to leadership or are you happy getting by, not making waves?
- Are you committed to action or are you committed to frustration?
- What’s your BIG WHY? (And if you don’t know it, figure it out. Not knowing – not remembering – is a BIG part of your frustration and unhappiness in life).
It may feel like “being busy” means you’re contributing to the world. It may feel like “getting organized” means something, too. And while getting work done in an organized, efficient manner is critically important for putting your good work out there, sometimes we get stuck on the big scary stuff because it isn’t “perfect.” In reality, sometimes good is good enough.
If you’re feeling wishy-washy on the questions above, or you know you’re ready to step into something big, I can help (and often in a single two-hour session).
I’m here to be of service to you in helping you connect with your Big Why. And to do it in a way that doesn’t wear you out or leave your feeling overwhelmed. My work with you centers on right action, aligned with your purpose. And you end up getting really focused and organized to boot.
Make Some Room,