7. Are you doing what you believe in, or are you settling for what you are doing?
Gosh, these questions are getting pretty deep, huh? Well let’s see…
I can honestly say that yes – I’m doing what I believe in. Although my full-time job in real estate appraisals isn’t necessarily my passion, I’m motivated every day by the fact that I work for the family business, which also helps support the lives of other employees that I consider friends. And then of course there’s FreelyBe, which I’ve made no secret how much I believe in that as what I’m supposed to do as my career/calling in life (what I have made a bit of a secret over the past 6+ months is what exactly is going on with FreelyBe, which I’ll explain within the next month or so!).
A couple of years ago I wouldn’t have been able to say any of that. I guess the mid-twenties really is when one “finds herself”…
8. If the average human life span was 40 years, how would you live your life differently?
I would take more time to get to know people.
I would stop caring so much about trivial things.
And I would take a heck of a lot more risks.
I like to think I’ve taken risks in life so far, but the truth is that I play it safe way more often than I would like. I’ve gotten a lot better with taking risks as I’ve gotten older, but there’s definitely still that little voice inside saying “just wait – there’s always tomorrow.” And I hate that.
Oh, and I’d also travel way more than I have by now. I’ve got to see the world, dangit.
Your turn! Answer #7 and/or #8?