Today, I’m going to leave you with food for thought on your gift✨
When you imagine that your life will continue as is for five years, how do you feel it? If you’ll be doing the same things you’re doing now and stay with the same people at the same workplace. Technically, nothing will be exactly the same, but what if you will feel the same? Are you happy or scared? If you’re scared, you’re reading the right article for you today!
You’re anxious about future most likely because your heart knows that you’ve not yet done what you’re supposed to do but you don’t know what it is, or you’re not sure to where what you’re doing will take and lead you. But aren’t you kind of sure that you don’t want to be in the same state of agitation five years later, are you?
It’s then about time to make changes in your life; it is time to realize what matters to you.
Changes in life don’t always mean a change of career or relationship; it could be a shift in thoughts around you where, ultimately, it all starts.
It may sound strange, but our “reality” largely depends on our feelings and thoughts, not on material things. So if you can make a shift in them, your life will never be the same.
What if you have a gift that only you have?
Have you ever thought about your gift?
I think that everyone wants to believe deep down that there is something special that only they can share with the world; everybody hopes that they can contribute to the world in some way and find contentment and fulfillment in life.
And the fact is this: you have a special gift that only you have (©Marie Forleo).
There’s no question about it. We are designed to be different and learn to work in harmony (ATTN! Being different, expressing your individuality comes first, followed by living harmoniously).
It is not the right time of being humble but taking responsibility for your gift✨
Once you know and admit that you have a special gift, your life will change: you can’t help but think about how to use it for the rest of your life.
Your gift will become your strength; it will (literally!) be the best gift you’ve ever received because that’s the key to have fulfillment and contentment, and achieve a sense of security that you’re in the right direction.
How do you find your gift?
The next step is to find your gift. I’ve got this well-said approach from a video with Mark Manson: find out something seemingly painful or painful for others but not for you; something that you can make joy out of it (if you have time, please check his story here: How to stop caring about things that don’t matter. It has a lot of insights).
For example, listening to someone’s tragedy: do you get drained by listening to it and feel like not hearing anymore? Or do you feel motivated to be of help by understanding her or his pains and struggles?
How about traveling? That means staying away from your family and pets, sleeping not in your bed, and having irregular schedule and diet. Even after you’ve heard these aspects of it, do you think that a job that forces you to travel often invigorates you? Or would you say travel is fun as long as it is temporary?
Think about something like those. If you can’t think of any by yourself, you may ask your spouse or friends.
Around a year ago, I wrote that being ourselves is the ultimate role for us on this planet. Doing only what matters to you is not a selfish act but rather your duty, and your gift only helps you to fulfill it.
I believe that profound satisfaction and joy can’t be obtained without sharing as we are not meant to live alone. It’s not necessarily to be shared in public though; it could be with anyone—so please remember that sharing is playing a key role in your duty while discovering your gift.
It is time to let your heart guide you in the right direction instead of nudging you to get you out of the current situation.
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