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This is it: With regard to your professional life, if you faced no barriers, what would you do?

No Barriers

No barriers of any kind. Financial, professional, physical, mental, creative, skills, training, achievement, bravery, imagination, desire, or anything else that might otherwise slow you down and hold you back.

I’ve heard most people that have a college degree do not use it in their chosen profession. I know that many people are either not satisfied or down-right unhappy in their work. I have neither taken nor read the results of a survey, but I believe it.

Still, I am certain many people are just where they want to be, and are continuing to move even beyond where they had dreamed they would be.

I know many of them.

My first boss said of his chosen profession – the only one he ever had – that it was both his vocation and his avocation. With regard to work, he lived in the “sweet spot”. Where do you live?

So, let’s just chat for a sec. You have no barriers. Whatsoever. What’s it going be?

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