Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’
By Martin Luther King Jr.
We celebrate his birthday on Monday. MLK was a major part of Civil Justice and making the world on a more level playing field amongst people with color and whites.
On a personal level though what are you doing for others?
Each of us has our own talents and gifts; are you utilizing them to the fullest?
Who says you have to fit the mold of what others think they want? What they want may be something completely different as days past by. We may never know
we can use OUR talents to improve the world around us.
People always criticize me about how it takes me forever to get over loosing a job. This is just part of my nature plus maybe those employers have never had someone fight and so they must adapt and learn from it.
Why is it that people always assume that you can do something based on your degree? Maybe they forgot to add the fact in that every company is different and has their own ways of doing something.
‘What are you doing for others?’
This is a question that we all need to answer. When we know the answer, we will find out our true strengths.
Be bold and take a chance!