Want to know what your potentially good at? Pay attention to what is most asked of you.
Take the time today to note the reasons you’re frequently approached and in there you’ll find a key to your life-purpose.
For example, someone frequently stopped for directions may tap into the leadership quality within. Another whose always filling in at the last minute may look into mediating or advocacy skills.
Regardless of where these services are rendered and to whom, they speak of innate skills. Mindful living makes one aware of what is most asked of him/her, and presents an opportunity each time to deliver an excellent service.
Not sure you know? It’s time to stop thinking so much of yourself and look out into the world around you. It could also be that instead of looking into giving, you’re busy taking and refusing to grow in what you already have.
Those who give live for something bigger than themselves, and this could be as simple as a sunny disposition, choosing to be kind or smiling at a stranger a day.
Truth is, such small acts are hard to do as life demands we think of, and take care of our immediate needs. Smiling at strangers doesn’t quite cut it.
For those eager to try, life rewards with gifts wrapped as discernment, and learning one’s strength is a present earned from paying attention to what is most asked of you.
It could be that the very thing you despise, is the key to your greatest future.