This simple question can awaken inside of you a deep inner desire that could be the answer to identifying your life purpose and passion. What Would You Do If Money Were No Object?
This is a question that everyone including you should ask. So, what would you do if money were no object?
On the surface, this should be an easy question to answer, but oddly enough, it isn’t, as the video demonstrates. Finding the answer to this seemingly easy question not only makes you stop and think, but it also triggers a response from the creative part of your brain.
But the other interesting fact is that when you get asked a question, it hijacks the brain in an instant. So much so, that you are unable to think of anything else other than the question being asked.
When your brain is thinking about the answer to a question, it can’t contemplate anything else.
Answering this question could help you identify areas of works or career you could enter into. It could even reignite a past dream you have given up on.
That said, there is also a downside to the question; What Would You Like To Do If Money Were No Object?.
Most when asked this question, just reeled off the typical responses of going travelling, the big house, the flashy car, holiday home, give to charity… blah blah blah. This is fine, but the depth and profundity of this question are in answering beyond the materialistic.
To get the most out of this, answer from a space in your heart. When you do this, you are more likely to think of things you feel in your heart are deeply important to you. It is also a high probability that what you come up with is more than just about yourself.
You may find that taking the need for money out of the equation, inspires you to think big and come up with ideas to make our world better.
This process simply proves that money or rather the lack of money is one of, if not the biggest “excuse”, why many do not go on and fulfil life dreams and goals and ultimately their potential. They throw in the towel before the 1st round bell has even rung.
Using the excuse of not having money is a cop-out. It’s certainly not a viable reason for not pursuing a meaningful, powerful and potentially life-transforming goal and dream.
Take time out and ask your self this question. Take the time to think about it, and see what you come up with. You may be surprised at what you find yourself saying and you may even find an answer to your life calling, purpose and greater life mission. It’s all about fulfilling your potential.