What Have You Done That You Believe In?

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Life keeps coming at you and time keeps moving on. Sometimes we get so busy, we get caught up in routines. We feel like we’re on a treadmill and we’re just doing everything we need to do to keep all the plates in the air.

Ever feel like that?

I do.

When that happens I have to center myself and refocus on what’s vital. I do that by asking myself some questions. That’s the easy part. The hard part is really thinking about and writing down the answers. Scratch that. The real hard part is changing the way I’m living because of the answers.

Action Step: Take a few minutes tonight and answer the questions below that resonate with you.

What have you done that you believe in? That you’re proud of?

When’s the last time you did something like that?

What could you do today that you would be proud of / believe in?

What are you going to do tomorrow that’s in line with your Passionate Purpose?

What do you think the meaning of life is? Are you living your life with that belief in mind? What would you have to change to say yes to that?

Do you feel like your life matters? If not, what do you need to do to change that?

How much time do you have left to make a difference before you die? (For some people, that question is very depressing. For me, it’s inspiring. It reminds me how finite this part of my life is and that I need to get busy on what’s vital, and stop just being “busy.”)

I would love to read some of your answers to those questions. Comment below and let’s start a conversation.

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2 thoughts on “What Have You Done That You Believe In?

  1. Thank you for your show Greg. I listen almost every morning. You are very inspiring, and I know it’s not your responsibility, but I hope I can find again the inspiration for my life. Keep up the good work and thanks again.

    • Thanks for the kind words and for listening to the show. I have great confidence that you will find your passionate purpose again. Keep seeking and doing and you will find it. All the best.