Someone asked me yesterday why I left a well-paying banking job, to do what I am doing now.
I shared with them, very openly, 2 years ago as I was approaching 40, I felt I was having a mid-life crisis and was desperately looking for my purpose in life.
At that point in time, I wondered about my existence in this lifetime.
So, I tendered my resignation and gave a 6-month notice period, even though the requirement was 1 month, simply because the boss is a great boss and I wanted to make sure the team is well taken care of.
During that 6 month period, I attended my first personal development course “Money and You” and it changed my life.
Also, my mum passed away during this period.
People also asked me whether my mum’s passing is the catalyst for me looking for life purpose.
I don’t think so, I feel it’s a cumulation of different events happening together for a reason.
It took me 2 years to find my passion and as at today, it’s still evolving.
For now, I know I’m passionate about adding value to people.
I’m passionate about helping people to take charge of their life.
Passionate about them pursuing their dreams & life purpose.
About not ever letting money get in the way of anyone chasing their dreams.
This is why I do what I do.
This is what I’m passionate about.