Monday, September 29, 2014

How To Choose What To Do With Your Life In One Simple Chart


  1. Cute, but running in circles has never been my favorite tool for problem solving. I prefer the Ben Franklin approach. Draw a vertical line down the middle of a piece of paper. Write the name of the issue at the top of the paper. On the left side of the paper list all the positive aspects you can think of for the issue. On the right side list all the negative aspects. Make a decision. Periodically repeat the process.

  2. Then, at the intersection of 'You Are Great At It' and 'The World Needs It' would be your Calling, as Gary North describes "the most important thing you can do in this life in which you would be most difficult to replace": .