Don't be overwhelmed when thinking of this.
It's like I said on the podcast (links below) - this doesn't mean you have to strive to be the owner of a huge, nationally known business or anything like that.
It simply means that YOU become who you were MEANT to be! (Just as it says above from Dani Johnson).
"To become" indicates an ongoing process, does it not? "To become" indicates that you are continuing the process and that it is not done as of yet.
I would even suggest that this is a process that NEVER ends as long as we live. We ALL continue to "become" the person we were meant to be each and every day.
Too many times we settle for less instead of striving for more or to be better.
Whoever you are, whatever your "lot in life" - do all that you can to improve a little each day so that you can become a "better" version today than you were yesterday.
Become the Dad you were meant to be. Become the Mom you were meant to be. Become the husband, the wife, the son, the daughter, the brother, the sister, school teacher, bus driver, garbage collector, etc. that you were MEANT to be!
"Wait, you mean I was MEANT to be a garbage collector?" Not necessarily. Sure, it is something that is NEEDED in our society and, if that is what you do for a living, you should become the best you can be at that job.
Here's the bottom line. You may not be doing what you were MEANT to do yet. You may go through years of doing other things before you find THE thing that you feel you were meant to do. But, here it is...are you ready?
BECOME THE BEST "YOU" THAT YOU CAN.
THIS is what you were meant to be! The best YOU.
Stop trying to be like someone else. The world needs YOU to be the best YOU that there is.
Do that and I believe that the rest will take care of itself.
This is but another reason that it is so important for you to immerse yourself in as much positive material as you possibly can. You and I need all the help that we can get in becoming a better person each day.
You CAN do it....it's all up to you, friend.
Be sure to...
"Make it an AWESOME day! (Who else is going to do it for you?)"