If life were synonymous with basketball would you rather play the game of life or watch the game of life?
Well, imagine entering a massive basketball stadium and looking at the court . . .
You see the player’s on the court dribbling the ball, passing the ball, shooting the ball. You see the comradery, you see the coach’s supporting the players and discussing plays. You might even see player’s experiencing injuries and then getting back up again.
Now imagine entering a massive basketball stadium and looking at the stands.
Spectators are sitting and watching. They are glued to their seats, eating popcorn, having a beer, maybe many aren’t even watching the game but they are on their phones, on social media, checking email. Their butts are in the seats, sedentary.
If you could choose to get up and get on the court and play would you? Or would you choose to remain sedentary?
The way to pursue your Non-Nine-to-Five purpose is to get on the court.
Remaining in your 9-5 job, in fear, in doubt, in second guessing yourself, in worrying you will never be successful, worrying you will never make money, worrying you don’t have enough skills, worrying the current economic climate is terrible, etc. will without a doubt, leave you 100% completely SEDENTARY and merely a spectator.
I don’t know about you, but I refuse to live a sedentary life fooling around on social media and just drinking a beer with my butt in the seat.
Are you choosing to be on the court in full pursuit of your Non-Nine-to-Five purpose?
Hit “reply” to this email and let me know what you choose and why. Court or Seat?
On the court waiting for you to join in,
PS: The moment I got on the court and started dribbling my entire life changed. I went from being told what to do and how to do it to running my own business and being able to serve and support people all over the world. Isn't it your turn to start dribbling?
PPS: Hit “reply” to this email and let me know if you are choosing the court or the seat and why (I can't wait to hear from you and connect): firstname.lastname@example.org