Has your work and creative process become dry, barren and difficult?
Often outward difficulties are symptomatic of an internal illness; what am I talking about?
When we forget our purpose, our primary reason for creating, working, living, breathing or simply doing business then life becomes hard and dry because we are no longer drinking from the great well of passion and life that longs to live through each on of us.
So I ask you again, why is it that you do what you do?
A big thumbs up to Rob Sullivan, a Kansas city trial lawyer who answered this question in the most passionate and personal way in his lawyerology blog (read here). Rob’s heart for justice, his desire to fight for the little guy is the central authentic reason behind why he does what he does.
How about you?