December 29, Day 363: WHAT DO I WANT TO PROFESS IN 2020? ENVISIONING PROFESSIONAL GOALS FOR 2020.

Below is a definition of profession—# 1 is the common definition.

The #2 definition I find interesting. What have I been professing?  What have been I standing for?   Am I doing it successfully? How can I do it more successfully? What more do I want to profess that I’ve been holding back? What is the longing of my soul, body and mind to profess?  And how can I best do it starting on January 1?

pro·fes·sion

/prəˈfeSHən/

noun

Through the years I’ve met people who cried and pleaded and said, “Help me. I know I came here (to this life experience) to do something. What is it?  Usually our destiny is the longing of the heart and the gift that comes from meeting the hardest lesson in the life. Here are three examples:

The shock of having a job destructive to the environment and the soul struggle that happens because of that turns into fighting for the environment.

The lessons of being a timid yes girl to Daddy and then a dominant husband when wrestled with turns into being an equal partner plus a coach to help women and men handle the big daddies of life.

The horror of being raised in a family of childish communicators when faced square on, turns into a profession of marriage counseling and teaching healthy communication. (Yes, that is my story.)

If you haven’t done so already—claim your hardest lesson. When you confront your most difficult life’s lesson and conquer it, you’ll find your life’s mission. Making Super-Aging a joy. Have you accepted your mission?

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