I’ve met and known a lot of people who’ve made piles of cash and feel like they have nothing to show for it.
I mean, they have stuff. They have stuff to point at but not the stuff that really matters: passion, love, fulfillment, joy–you know what I mean.
You don’t have to answer this question out loud, but…
Are you one of those people?
My friend and colleague, Marcy Morrison, who is a phenomenal career coach, helps her clients to align their passion with their purpose in order to create world change.
Or, as I’m fond of saying, she helps them to “do what they love in the service of people who love what they do.”
Here is a short list of the kinds of questions she asks her clients:
- Do you know who you are?
- Do you know the legacy you want to leave?
- Do you know what you love?
- Do you know what’s important to you?
As you can surmise, self-knowledge is the key. It’s amazing (and more than a little frightening) how many folks can’t answer these things.
If you’re struggling in the ways we’re talking about, then I have a lifeline for you.
Marcy has graciously agreed to offer a free one-hour coaching session to readers of this blog.
She’s a busy woman and won’t be able to accommodate everyone.
So here’s what she’s doing:
The first three people who reach out to Marcy via email will receive a coveted one-hour session. And if you’re too late for the freebie, then I suggest you just pony up the money and book a session. She’s that good.
If you’ve been “successful” in business, but it just doesn’t feel that way, please take advantage of this opportunity.
And–just to be crystal clear about this–I’m posting this because her work will help you. I’m getting no financial reward for this. Not one dime.
And tell her I sent you.
[…] If you haven’t seen it yet, I also wanted to share with you that I am so honored that Steve Farber my friend/colleague, fellow Community Alliance for Youth Success Steering Group Member, world renowned leadership expert/speaker/author wrote about me and my work in his blog – You Are Successful – But Are You Really Successful. […]