These words (part of a blog post you can find here) really affected me last week. At the time I was dealing with having failed at something I thought I really wanted.
And as I read the post and really thought about it, I realized I had been treating the venture like a pastime – nothing more – no real “grit” behind it as Todd so perfectly articulates. (It’s funny how life shows us what is really going on if we’re willing to look.)
So for the past few days I’ve been examining and making choices . . . choosing what is worthy of “turning pro” with and what is not. And looking at whether the things I’m unwilling to generate “pro” energy with really have a place in my life. I suspect you already know the answer, just as I do.
What have you not been turning pro about in your life? And what would turning pro make available?