At what time in your recent past have you felt most passionate and alive?
Last night, when I presented a 5-7 minute speech to an audience of around fifty people at a Toastmasters' Public Speaking contest. I was fully alive, passionate and - I thought - very convincing. As it was, I didn't run a place.
That's life. It doesn't always go the way our ego would like it to go. Maybe I'm being saved for bigger things...
Three months ago, when my daughter came into the world. A close second, though, would be just in the past couple of weeks -- all of it. I've undergone so much personal and business development and had some really amazing insights into how to grow my business to where I want it to be, it's really made me excited just to be living my normal day-to-day life. I'm actually seeing my path, clearly seeing how I'm moving down it, and everything is just falling into place.
About two weeks ago. I work as a bolt up in a chemical plant. So what does a bolt up do? I bolt up anything from pipe to pumps and just about anything else out there. I also do the grunt work too. Every thing they want, I do. So this is where I insert the "we". And the guys I work with do thing too but I guess I do it with a little more passion. Long story short... the boss over my boss and the boss over that boss offered me a job with them. SWEET! More money, paid vacation, paid holiday and more. I feel alive again everyday since that day.
Everyday of my life is a new chapter.I am thankful enough for what i have now.
For i consider the most passionate and alive we back when father got home from MALAYSIA for almost a long years.That was the that my emotion got mixed as well as the other members of the family had they same emotion that i felt.Were very happy . . .That was the time that marks me forever . .
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