We are God’s workmanship, created . . . to do good works,
which God prepared in advance for us to do.
“Find what you like to do, and do it so well that people will pay you to do it.”
That old chestnut is not just good advice; it’s a God-given game plan.
God mapped your course before you even showed up. It’s up to you to find and follow it.
How do you do that? By looking at what you’re good at; your unique skills and abilities: in a nutshell, by focusing on your strengths.
Are you hiding behind your perceived weaknesses?
I didn’t get an education.
I didn’t get the breaks.
It’s too late to start.
Whatever you add to that list will be something lots of people have conquered on their march to successful and meaningful lives.
Find and follow your strengths. You’re good at something. In fact . . .
You are the best there is at something.