I am a firm believer experiences shape our lives.
It’s up to us to follow the path less traveled creating a fulfilling journey. If we take a path somebody else has choosen for us we end up losing our destiny and meeting our truest potential. And being “Driven” is what helps us meet that truest potential.
Driven means waking up with a purpose!
For me, that purpose is serving the public with education to be a better and safer outdoor recreationalist; as well as providing businesses and non-profits with solutions to meet their missions and visions. Just because this is what drives me, doesn’t mean this is what will drive you.
To be “Driven”, is to set a goal and not stop until it’s achieved.
It can be serving a community with volunteer efforts and programs or even providing a company with your expertise helping them to be the best they can be. Driven is an idea or task that excites you so much, you think about it daily and maybe even dream about it.
It’s that nagging thought in the back of our heads that excites us and makes us want to get up in the morning stopping at nothing to make it happen.
It’s trusting our vibes knowing that we are or can be an expert helping others achieve goals they never dreamt of. Driven is what puts a smile on our face as we lay our heads on our pillows at night, so we can refuel ourselves to do it all over again the next day.
What makes you “Driven”?
I challenge you to write a list of your passions and know it’s ok to have more than one. Take that list and write down how you are choosing to follow and enjoy those passions; it’s here that you can start to build your own “Driven” accomplishments. You might be surprised to find you are already “Driven” but until it’s laid out in front of you, it’s hard to physically see.
The key is to now embrace the list, so it can continue to fuel your life daily and remember… don’t stop because “Driven” is the only one way to be!