There comes a time in your life when you have to sit back and a take a look at the work you’ve done so far, and check the areas of your life you’ve done so well, and the areas you need to focus more on.
It could be that you’ve not given your family, or your passion, or your career your full energy. This time affords us the opportunity to refocus our energy on that ailing area and get it right.
For me, for example, I need to get a firmer grip on my career. I need to focus and learn new stuff in my profession and begin to develop hard skill in that area.
My passion is kicking, my ministry is clear. I know what I’m called to do and I’m walking in that calling daily and deepening my grip on it. My family knows I love them and I’m there for them. But I know I need to focus more energy on digging my own oil well – my career or job, so that I can be well able to support other areas of my life.
For many of us this time of reassessment comes in our twenties, but generally it is not too late to reassess your life and happiness.
What is stealing your happiness?
What do you wish you had better control over.
It’s not wise to be a two-legged stool. Take a minute and fix the missing leg!
P..s. See my latest book, Do Something significant, where I share the inspiring story of how Dr. Frenzo reassessed his life, realigned his life, and is now enjoying a life of significance.