[tsg] Question 2 - Where is the best place to really look for your calling?

[tsg] Question 2 – Where is the best place to really look for your calling?

[tsg] Question 2 – Where is the best place to really look for your calling?

By John Jantsch

Tom Ehrenfeld’s answer

John Jantsch– For me, and I didn’t discover this for a long time,
I found my calling in the things I loved to do most as a kid. When I really
look back at what I enjoyed most in school and as hobbies, it’s basically
the stuff I enjoy doing today – writing, reading, and not arithmetic.

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