Forget following your passion, find calling and get paid in the process
4 Dimensions to discover your calling and 1 factor that will make you or brake you
Following your passion is terrible advice because it ignores not only how the world really works but also what humans are created to be. The truth is far more inspiring.
This episode of Headspace on Youtube is based on several posts in my newsletter on Calling. It’s more of a compressed overview of the four dimensions of calling and the one element that makes you or breaks you in the process. I’ll include the relevant posts here in case you’d like to read about each dimension in more detail.
From Career To Calling - A framework for finding a calling in life
How Finding natural giftedness can change the trajectory of your life
How seemingly unimportant experience can contain untapped superpowers
The competitive advantage of being a Polymath
The ethereal dimension that will take your work to another level
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Update from Ukraine
I’m delighted to say we’ve crossed the $250,000 mark in funds raised for Ukraine. The generosity of those who gave has been inspiring and overwhelming. When launched the Ukraine Relief Network on the first week of the war, all I was doing is following the Spirit and responding to most of my friends in Ukraine becoming war refugees overnight.
They were spending days and nights in bomb shelters, then hastily packing a few belongings and their families in a car while in mortal danger to make their way to the border or a relative’s house in a remote village. Often times they were dodging Russian tanks and finding alternative routes around blown-up bridges. We realized that tens of thousands of people are quickly running out of everything: food, medicine, gas, and money with no access to aid. So we found a way to distribute small amounts of money directly to refugees instantly, created a solid accountability system, launched a website and the Ukraine Relief Network was born.
We have helped thousands of refugees not only physically, but emotionally and spiritually. Our partners on the ground gave more than food, they gave of themselves. I’m attaching the latest video from Lviv by Yuri Kravetz, where we now have a refugee center, watch it. The impact is undeniable and inspiring.
An appeal: we are a lean organization with no full-time employees, but it still costs money to raise money. We have committed every dollar donated to Ukraine to go to Ukraine, which is uncommon as non-profits usually spend between 10-20% on overhead expenses. The only way we can accomplish this is through a donation to the General Fund in the drop-down menu. This money goes to our efforts and expenses to raise more money. The appeal is this, fuel the general fund so we can raise more. Thank you in advance and enjoy this inspiring video update from Lviv.