How would you feel if you can make your passion work for you like a gas station attendant, always refueling and recharging your life mission?
All you need is a discover your calling (your greatness), and your passion becomes a tool that helps you to attain your greatness.
Many people misunderstand their passion for their calling. You would have understood the difference between your passion and calling if you’ve read my book “Destined For Greatness.”
If you haven’t read and digest it fully, here’s an actual story that’ll illustrate everything you’ll need to know.
More Than A Chef
I have a friend who cooks really well. He has been harboring the idea of opening a restaurant for years now, but he hasn’t got the courage to take the first step.
So, one day Gordon (my friend happen to share the same name with the famous Gordon Ramsey) invited me to his place for dinner, and I asked him this question:
“One day, Gordon, if you can open a restaurant and become a chef. What is your vision, or rather, what is your life mission as a chef? Apparently, you felt an energy burning inside you calling you out to become a chef. Is the calling just to open a restaurant, or is it asking you to do bigger things?
Then, Gordon looked at me with his eyes as big as meatballs. He was stunned.
Your calling is WHY you do what you do
It’s the heart and soul of who you are.
When you’ve found your calling, your life mission changes.
Do you want to create a lifestyle doing the things you love to do?
Today, your assignment is to dig deep and find a calling that resonates with who you are, one that inspires and recharges you every day.
Then think about HOW you would like to earn $100k a year with your passion.
That’s a good start to learn how you can make a living doing the things you love.
“I believe there’s a calling for all of us. I know that every human being has value and purpose. The real work of our lives is to become aware. And awakened. To answer the call.” – Oprah Winfrey