The world is changing so fast.
New job descriptions, new tasks, entirely new industries are taking shape as we watch.
Only the most flexible, most energetic, and most creative will make it — are you prepared?
You can ask yourself some pre-emptive questions:
- What is your current job or work situation like and do you anticipate in improving in the next 5 years?
- What is your current network like – is it strong? Will it support you in your search to complete your mission?
- How do you find new inspiration and ideas — does your own creativity constantly help you find solutions?
When you choose to focus on how you can be most effective in the world, things have a way of turning so that the world uses you more and more.
You are here and alive right now to fulfill your life's purpose — so the first question is: why are you here?
What do you represent?
Who are you here to support?
What must you accomplish?
Once you gain clarity on your purpose, you can identify your own mission, vision, and values — similar to how a company or campaign identifies itself — you too can write your own "personal statement."
Then stick with it!
Find others who support your work.
Work with others to build up your community.
Share your knowledge.
Shine your light.
Be conscious of what you desire, and how you intend to fulfill that.
By all of us working together, we can create a better, brighter, and more green world. It's okay that certain toxic, mind-numbing, and negatively-charged behaviors can fall away and become obsolete. As green women, we can envision and then create a new future — filled with clean air, fresh water, abundant food, and a natural world that is healthy and self-renewing.
Let's dream this world together — and step by step, let's work towards it.
Monica S. Flores, web developer at , believes in the triple bottom line of people, planet, and profits. She creates effective, engaging websites for women-owned companies, green businesses, and progressive organizations: her focus is on organic, holistic, fair trade, and sustainable work, and she's committed to Drupal development. Follow her on Twitter as @monicadear.
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