I’m the kind of person who is always searching for meaning in my life. I want to impact the world, find my place & purpose, make my mark.
The most common way I do this is through my interactions.
And whether we are conscious of it or not, we all impact the world in this way. That impact may be positive or negative depending on how we use our conversation.
I want to make a positive impact.
I don’t want to be the one who ruined your day. I want to be life-affirming.
I don’t want to make you content with mediocrity. I want to inspire you to new thoughts & actions.
I want to enable you to be the best version of you.
I don’t want to perpetuate lies or hate. I want to spread a message the world should know.
What is the message you want to share with the world? Is that what people get from their interactions with you?
How will you impact the world?
How do you impact the world? What gives your life meaning & purpose? How can you make your mark?
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