Amazing discussion going on the last post about The Vision that Pulls You to Greatness. And a great question by Rishkin who asks what to do if your vision doesn’t make you happy.
My thoughts are that then it may not be the right vision. How many people become attorneys because their father and grandfather were attorneys? How many kids pursue sports or some other field because their parents pushed them into it, hoping the child would fulfill the dream the parent never did?
How many people are doing something that doesn’t excite them because a teacher or counselor convinced them that was the only thing they were qualified for?
So the real question to ask is: Is my vision really mine?