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Stop Being Driven

Posted By: Randy GageApril 26, 2019

There sure seems to be a lot of “driven” life coaches and entrepreneurs around these days.  They all brag about their hustle, grind, and how driven they are.  But do you really want to be driven?

I don’t think so.  When you’re driven, you’re like a cork bobbing in the ocean or a leaf blown by the wind.  Someone else is doing the driving.

Life is too short to always be a passenger.  You need to get behind the wheel.  So stop being driven and start being moved by your inner calling.  Call your own shots and do the things that animate you because you’re truly passionate about them.

People who are driven wind up exhausted and burnt out.  People following their inner calling can’t wait to throw the covers off the bed and jump into their day. Which one are you?

-RG

7 comments on “Stop Being Driven”

  1. What if we are born driven with love and kindness? We learn to fight and resist this flow of love and kindness with inequality, hate, discrimination, etc. So the people who are truly driven would be loving, kind, happy, etc. The ones fighting it would be burnt out, etc.

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  • 7 comments on “Stop Being Driven”

    1. What if we are born driven with love and kindness? We learn to fight and resist this flow of love and kindness with inequality, hate, discrimination, etc. So the people who are truly driven would be loving, kind, happy, etc. The ones fighting it would be burnt out, etc.

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