What Can You Do – Guest Posting At Joseph Iregbu

Today I have the pleasure of guest posting at Joseph Iregbu’s blog The Story Of Hope. I hope you’ll take the time to swing over to his blog and check out what I had to say.

If you’re interested, here’s a brief preview –

I’ve often found myself wandering through life, trying to decipher what the plan is; “Why am I here?” “What can I do for the world?”

If you’re like me, you’ve found yourself in a similar situation.

yellow umbrella

Image courtesy of David Castillo Dominici

Cutting through the Mirage

Life offers us a myriad of options. We’re told we can be a firefighter, an astronaut, or the big one, the President. These all look awesome until we start to express what we really want to be. For me, there were times I wanted to design video games, to write, to become a power-seller on eBay.

Were you told, like I was, those dreams were unrealistic and that you needed stability? Yeah, that stung. And it made my world spin. Why was I told I could be anything I wanted to be? Was it a lie?

To continue reading, head over to Joseph’s blog by clicking here.

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  • Great to host you Joe!

    • Thanks Joseph. It was my pleasure to share with your audience. I hope it helped and encouraged them.

  • Heading over now Joe!

  • Heading over now!

    • Hope you liked it Jon.

      • Always great to see friends from the blogging community appearing elsewhere.  Where will you be appearing next?

        • I’ve got a few submissions out there. I’m hoping to hear back from Stuff Christians Like and Catalyst. There’s a few more that I’ve got written that I need to submit so we’ll see where I land! Will you be guest posting anywhere soon?

          • I should probably be guest posting more often.  One place I will probably be posting soon is Matt McWilliams blog.  We’ve been corresponding back and forth about a “revolution” that we are pursuing.

            • Sweet. Does the revolution tie into your blog post this morning? The whole pay-it-forward deal?

              • No.  It actually has to do with a revolution of gratitude and appreciation.  There is so much power in a “Thank You”!

  • Nice post over there.