Defining a Dream Life pt1

There is actually only one thing people want out of life, but they word it a thousand different ways.

The one thing they want, is to be of service, to make a difference, to help others, to make the world a better place, they want their lives to matter, to mean something, to be of use or to contribute in some way.

Some want to do it big, some want to do it small. The big people think in systems, the small people think in individuals. Both are 100% necessary and actually cant work without each other.

You may not like this but this is business! Bill Gates envisioned a computer on every desk simplifying peoples lives. He never would have been able to do that with out the legeons of individuals selling one computer at a time.

Lets look at Mother Taresa she envisioned making millions of lives better and wouldnt have been able to do it with out thousands of other individuals implementing her vision.

Both people making a difference but servicing two different markets πŸ˜‰

I am most definately not a Bill Gates or Mother Taresa but i do want to make a difference to peoples lives and the world.

How are you going to make a difference big or small????

3 Replies to “Defining a Dream Life pt1”

  1. Looking forward to pt 2 of this one. I think you get more reach by breaking down the bigger posts into smaller parts of a series. It’s easier to read that way and therefore more likely to be shared also.

    To answer your question: I’m going to help as many people as i can to live the best, most fulfilled, happiest version of themselves. Oh, and I also want to normalize mental health in Ireland πŸ˜€

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