What Are You Doing For Others?
“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is ‘What are you doing for others?'” Martin Luther King. Click To Tweet
We live in a society with all kind of jobs and functions. Everyone has a particular role they play. Doctors treat people, teachers teach us(bla bla bla intended), drivers take us from point A to point B and musicians make us entertaining music. However for some various reasons like making sure everyone is productive/no one is joyriding, we pay the players of these roles some money.
Some big problem that has cropped up is that in our society, most people are money driven instead of purpose driven. For that simple reason, we may end up finding ourselves in jobs or careers we don’t like or in worse cases we become criminals.
“The real warrior is driven by the love for his people.” Click To Tweet
Imagine a society where love and purpose was the steam in our engines. Teachers would teach their best and musicians would sing their hearts out.
Actually, we do have the purpose-driven folks, only they are not many. Be one. Especially, but not only, if you want to become an entrepreneur. Yes, am not the only one who thinks so. Kiyosaki in his book with Trump, Midas Touch, says “True entrepreneurs will seldom do it for the money. They nearly always have a higher calling. But when they achieve their own wealth, the freedom that comes with it is what keeps them going and moving on to the next venture.”
In a way, am trying to say do what you love and love what you do. When you do this, you’ll realize that you become more motivated, more inspired, more happy, more healthy and even you make more money. Love and purpose is what drives people to make splendid music, ground-breaking inventions, successful companies and much more dope stuff.
So try it. You have nothing to loose and all to gain. Let the world feel your love.
“We are all here on earth to help others. What others are here for I don’t know.” Albert Einstein.