When I Grow Up
Most of us spend our entire lives seeking out what our purpose is here in this world. What we were sent here to do.

Some are luckier and know from a very young age that they want to be a train driver etc. etc.

For the rest of us the search goes on and on.

But behind the search is the innate belief that we are special and can contribute in a unique way.

If only we knew what it was that we are ‘good’ at.

Each of us has unique talents. Talents that sometimes we take completely for granted.

For instance we are all able to communicate.

To talk. To read and write.

Yet although this is taken for granted no company in the world with all its immense resources at its disposal has been able to create anything close to a machine that can communicate so well.

What we take for granted is actually the most complex mechanism in the world.

The point is that often your unique talent is staring you in the face and all you need to do is to open up and see things from a different angle.

To unblock the blocks that bind you and allow your true self to shine through.

When you know your true worth and your life’s purpose you can start to build a career you are passionate about.