Do You Agree With Garry?

Over the weekend I was having a conversation with a friend, Garry. We catch up on a regular basis, and it is great to bounce ideas and thoughts off each other.

We have great catch ups, but his attitude is mostly pessimistic, which works well for me, as I can often get a little too excited about ideas, and he brings me back to earth.

Here’s where you come in. 

Do you agree with Garry?

I help people find what what they love doing, find what they are passionate about.

Now Garry thinks that people aren’t interested in finding out what they love doing, as they either already know, or they are too busy with life/kids/work, and don’t have time to think about themselves or that they simply don’t care.

I do agree with him on the fact that people are too busy with life, and that they don’t take the time to find out, or they don’t stop for long enough to think about what they love doing. However, I do think that people care about how they spend their time, and I do think people want to spend more of their life doing what they love.

What do you think? Do you care about how you spend your time?

Comment below and let me know what you think.

Do you agree with Garry or me?

If you have time, if you aren’t doing what you love, why not? What is stopping you? And if it stirs up anything you wish to discuss, let me know.

Published by Simon | The School of Purpose

An optimistic introvert, helping introverts overcome self doubt, build confidence, and start living life on purpose.

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