“You are not here merely to make a living. You are here in order to enable the world to live more amply, with greater vision, with a finer spirit of hope and achievement. You are here to enrich the world, and you impoverish yourself if you forget the errand.” – Woodrow Wilson
Are you missing the vision of your life? Are you so busy making a living, watching TV, or playing around that you are not seeking the grander vision God has for you?
Think about what you would like to experience in your life – the goals, the aspirations, and your heart’s desire. Isn’t it time in your life to make that vision a reality?
You can you know? You can stop dreaming. You can stop mindlessly walking through life working and waking and working again.
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I recently heard about a book called “Real Artists Don’t Starve” by Jeff Goins. I highly suggest you go to your favorite store (brick and mortar if you can find one, or online) and get a copy.
While it’s contents and meaning are no surprise to me, it does confirm many things I have been barking about on this blog and to clients for years: Real artists don’t have to be “starving artists” but indeed can thrive…just not the way you maybe think.
I’m not finished with the book, but so far three important things have jumped out at me.
I think I have figured it out.
It came to me yesterday as I was thinking about writing a blog post about the CD. Why is this music format dying when it is certainly a better sounding product than MP3, and it’s something you can hold in your hand. It’s something you can really own.
But is it special enough in a day and age when every song is at your fingertips on any device?
And why is the CD section at Walmart and Best Buy tiny, but the section for DVDs and BluRays is HUGE?
Then it hit me like a ton of bricks.