What’s your entrepreneur calling?

You have a very special mission on this earth, if you have the faith and the courage to find your entrepreneur calling.  This week, I learned something that I will never forget.  We so often focus on the things that don’t matter, or not something that we need to worry about.  One of the biggest things is that we so often worry about money.  I get it, we all want to be able to provide for our own family, and more, maybe a vacation or two a year.  Or maybe to have high quality food on the table.  But I learned that we will be successful, and we will learn that being rich is to spending less than what we make, and so we will also have more time for the things that truly matter.

There are three questions that we can keep in mind as we journey:
Have I contribute something meaningful?
Was I a good person?
Who I love?  And who love me?

Have I contribute something meaningful?
You feel like you’re hustling and fighting so hard, but what are you fighting for?  Whenever I feel so tired, and life seems to lost track a little bit, I remind myself that by giving, I get the most precious things of all — love.  By giving your talents, you share that one thing that not everyone have, and bless the others.  Let’s answer this question honestly, we feel most fulfilling when we give, not get, am I right?  Contribute something meaningful, with your talent, and I know you will feel the same joy that I feel right now. 

Was I a good person?
If the answer is no right now, I think it’s time to make a change now.  And when I say now, I mean it.  If I am doing all these without being true disciple of Christ, I am missing the most important part — to live the gospel.  And to live the gospel means to be true to yourself and the most high God in all that you do.  If you want to be a good person, and you have no idea how to do it?  Think about our Savior’s live.  He reminded me of what it means to be a good person — to serve the others.  

Who I love?  And who love me?
This might be one of the most important things I consider.  If I am not walking this journey, having Joshua, and my families by my side.  All that I do means nothing to me.  If you are working because of money, you are missing life.  I work for those I love, and I know that also means I need to focus on what matter most — family.  By putting your priority straight, you will learn to love, and learn who love you. 

It’s important for us to use the talent that God has given us, and to give, and change the world.  Because why?  Because what matter most isn’t how it ends at the end, but how the process went.  And that using the gift(s) that you have to change the world will change you. I often get asked why do I do what I do?  Because I love it, and because I believe in using the talent that I have, to bless other people.  Well, do I make money?  Yes.  Not because I’m better than the other, but simply because my work has value.  Just like how I value your work.  Remember, if you choose the journey of heroes — to find your entrepreneur calling and to give, you will give up measuring yourself against others.  


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