This morning as I was checking emails I came across a wonderful post by Jeff Goins, writer and author.
This really personifies why I am in Elder Care Management. As Mr. Goins has stated, "I believe life, in many ways, is a journey of discovering what you were meant to do and doing it to the best of your ability." As
Mr. Goins also states "When your interests, abilities, and opportunities overlap, you're often looking at an
area of calling. But as many have experienced, the tension that comes from not knowing or not doing can
be enough to keep you awake at night. Finding your calling doesn't mean quitting your job or moving
to a third world country. For many it's as simple as dedicating more time to the things that really matter."
I was so fortunate to have discovered my calling back in 2005 when I first opened "A Good Daughter Elder
Care Management". I just knew in my gut that it was right. Not only was this something I felt called
to do....I was good at it and so was our staff because I chose well. I know how powerful this journey can
be since I was able to observe my own life transform when describing what I did for others. I am grateful
to the people who have helped me find my calling along the way. This could sometimes be risky business, sometimes scary, and even unpopular, but as Jeff Goins has said: "Dare to take the journey and search for
Jeff Goins is a writer and author of the National Best Seller, "The Art of Work" available on Amazon.com
Please feel free to comment and let us know how you feel about, Finding your calling in life. Were you successful?
Posted on 26th of June, 2016 by Olga Brunner
Labels: Finding your calling, Jeff Goins, "The Art of Work"
I Have worn many hats in my day: Nursing Home Assistant Admin and Activities Director, Assisted Living Admin, Case Management for the State-wide Medicaid Program, and Trainer for Dept of Elder Affairs.