Ask yourself what is really important, and then have the wisdom and courage to build your life around your answer.
I remember graduating from college, and people would ask me what type of job I wanted. I thought that was such an odd question.
I didn't quite understand that I could choose something based on my passions and interests. I just knew I needed to get a job and get paid some kind of way.
It was probably 15 years later, after working as an insurance adjuster because it paid well, that I realized working for the money was just not what it was cracked up to be. I hated my job.
I was stressed all the time. I would be juggling 200 different cases in any 30-day period.
I would wake up in the middle of the night and could not go back to sleep because I would remember a time-sensitive letter I had forgotten or something else that was due.
I finally left insurance adjusting, and from then on, I never got paid as well, but I got jobs that I enjoyed on some level.
It was not until I got into my mid-fifties that I began to understand the power of the statement in this meme.
It does take confidence and courage to build your life around what you truly love. I used Kemetic principles to really build myself within, my competence, and my confidence to gain the courage to build the life I wanted.
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