I want more for you. I don’t want you to regret the life you never lived, the actions you never took, and the choices you never made.
See, too many people spend their life full of good intentions without ever realizing their full potential.
Everyone can–and should–have a great life story to tell, a story marked by intentional living that brings about positive change in the lives of others.
I’ve spent the better part of my life working to help as many people as possible use their God-given gifts to live out their “why.”
Let me explain what I mean.
Your “why” is your purpose in life.
Everyone has one and it’s the lifeblood of intentional living. But you might be wondering, how do you discover your “why?”
I believe everyone has one thing they do better than anything else. And we need to major on it. Growing up, this idea was a Maxwell family rule! My dad, who is also my hero, taught us to find our one thing and stay with it. “If you do,” he said, “you’ll become exceptional at it.”
What is your one thing?
What do you have the potential to do better than anything else?
If you don’t know, this might be the single most important question in your life. Ask your friends, look at your history or take an aptitude test. This will become your “why” starting line.
Read more at Your Life Can Be A Great Story.