Dec. 27, 2016
Sometimes, when I’m talking with people about what they’re made for I wonder what the conversation would have looked like 150 years ago. This forces me to go deeper than the surface level answers and understand who I’m made to be, beyond the situations I find myself in today. To discover and do what you’re made for you have to search. You have to sift through your story, your have to engage with your circumstances, you have to listen to others, but you have to get down to that thing at the very core of your being. With this being the final episode of the Made For This podcast, I want to take some time to say THANK YOU to all of you that have been along for this ride, and have invited me and my guests into your space as you listen. I’m deeply grateful and have learned much through this time producing a new thing. After all is said and done, we have talked with all kinds of people in all walks of life, and if we look back to the thing we’re all made to do, I believe it begins by being ‘good’ - that is, being people that bring good news wherever we go, that it doesn’t have to be this way. Let’s start there, I promise the rest will become clear.