What Do You Really Want To Do?

You remember the Invictus poem don’t you?

“I am the Master of my fate, I am the Captain of my soul.” 

I truly believe and cherish this verse. I remember it fondly and quote it often. I repeated them recently as my three-year-old daughter, Sofia, lectured me about where and how I should place my shoes after coming home from work. Or when I said it to my wife in the heat of an argument and she laughed in my face. But seriously, these words and this poem has inspired and moved me in my times of struggle. 

I have always thought about what happens after you have accepted that you are the master of your fate. What do you do with that? If you truly believe you are the master of your fate, what would you do with that powerful realization?

In a time where self help, mindfulness, positive thinking, and guru after endless gurus are telling us that we have the power to believe, conceive and achieve, what do you want to do? I’m not telling you, I’m asking you. What do you want to do? 

If I look at my social media, it appears that I take trips, want to write a book, start a podcast, become an entrepreneur, and save the world. If I listen to my parents, I should become a doctor, get married, have kids, and buy a big house. If I listen to my friends, I should buy fancy cars, startup yet another business venture, and invest in real estate. All of these could be good or bad. But what do you want to do? 

The Maestro Mindset is not about me telling you how you should live your life. You are the maestro of your life – not me. So, what do you want to do?

If you would like to know more about the Maestro Mindset, I’m excited to share it with you. It’s not fixed, it is organic and will grow as you and I do. It’s a mindset that allows you to be courageous and compose the best symphony of your life. What sounds and phrases would you like to hear in your life’s song? So, what do you really want to do?

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