The danger of not discovering your purpose
Nothing is as frustrating as a person who has not discovered their purpose. In the animal kingdom, there comes a time when a cub is well taken care of. It’s well fed and spoilt with so much love and care. But there comes a time when the cub either discovers its purpose and fulfill it, or it becomes self destructive.
Here are keys to check in yourself to see if you are self destructive;
1. A sense of entitlement
People who have not discovered their purpose have an entitlement problem. They think the world owes them. Unfortunately the world owes you nothing. You owe the world your best stuff. You owe the world your gift. No one owes you a job not even the government.
2. Mediocre service
People who have have not discovered their purpose are leaches. They want you to give them a job but don’t want to give their best at work. They slack at work. They never do extraordinary work, all they do is complain about the salary being too small. They want to get a raise without any commitment and hardwork.