Imagine what it would be like to wake up every morning ready to jump out of bed and get the day going. You love what you do for a living. In fact, you love it so much you could do it seven days a week.
What if you inherited or won millions of dollars in the Lottery? What would you do with your life? Would you quit your job? Would you start the business of your dreams? If you own a business would you sell it? Or would you invest more money into it to grow it and make it the very best?
I challenge you to examine your life right now. Are you happy doing what you are doing? What are some goals and dreams that you never pursued because life got in the way? Where is your heart? What inspires you? Do you have a book inside you that you always wanted to write? Is there a career that you really wanted to pursue but instead you followed in your parents footsteps? Or did you pursue your parent’s dreams instead of your own?
I was thirty years of age when I enrolled in Chiropractic School. One of my classmates, Gary, was forty when he enrolled. He was a cattle rancher in Montana whose wife could not get pregnant even after seeing several fertility specialists. It wasn’t until his family doctor recommended they see a spine specialist. Gary stated that his wife did not have any spinal problems but their family doctor insisted. Gary’s wife received Chiropractic adjustments from the Chiropractic spine specialist and she was able to finally get pregnant. It changed their lives and Gary decided to become a spine specialist himself.
Life is too short to not live a happy and fulfilled life. When was the last time you experienced real joy? How could you create more joy in your life? What makes you happy?
There is a special place in the world for each and every one of us. Reach into your heart and search for that place if you have not already found it. Use your God given strengths and talents to be the best that you can possibly be. Give the world your very best. Listen to and live through your heart. It is never too late to make a few changes. Who said you can’t teach an old dog new tricks? Better late than never!