When people are in their element, not only are they more productive, but they add more value to the environment they’re in as well as the project they’re working on.
So how do you know whether you’re in your element?
You’ll know because you’ll feel a little spark inside you, you might find yourself sitting up straight, or even at the edge of your seat. This might happen when you’re having a really interesting conversation with someone about a topic or listening to a lecture or podcast that has completely pulled you in. This sensation of excitement probably happens more often than you realize, and when it does, pay attention!
If you’re having trouble remembering the last time that you felt yourself “come alive,” start exposing yourself to more books, tv shows, documentaries, articles, podcasts, and movies that might spark some interest and excitement in you. Start noticing the patterns and connect the dots, figure out what common threads excite you, then start incorporating more of those things into your life.
“Don’t ask yourself what the world needs; ask yourself what makes you come alive, then go do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” - Howard Thurman
Stay tuned for Finding Your Why Part 3: Finding Your Innate Strength
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