I’m not sure about all of you but I’ve asked myself this question at numerous points in my life.
“Am I meant for something bigger?”
And frankly I don’t even know what “bigger” even means.
- I know that when I go to a rock concert I’d rather be the performer than the guy in the audience.
- I know that when I see a motivational speaker on a stage, I think to myself “I could do that.”
- I know that when I see a CEO running a Fortune 500 company I say to myself “what’s he got that I don’t?”
So does that mean I’m meant for something bigger?
Here’s the thing.
That’s not the question I should be asking.
The real question is this:
“Am I capable of more and if so why am I not doing it?”
If the answer is yes, then I need to examine the latter.
Not only that, I need to take action on it.
And so do you.
Because if you don’t, it’s going to gnaw at you for the rest of your life.
It’s not about being meant for something bigger.
It’s about living up to your own potential and making sure that you are pursuing that every single day.
If you do that, then the “bigger” part will come, in whatever form it comes as.
It’s not about being “bigger,” it’s about being “better.”