I’ve recently found the simple beauty of podcasts. Part of my foray into the world of podcasting was that I found one I really wanted to listen to called Digital Homesteading.
Maybe it is just the name that fascinates me. The first episode was my favorite, so far, and so I got hooked.
The last episode I listened to today was pretty good, too, in that it got me over on the blog of Marcella Chamorro. There I found a post that says, point blank, “how to serve the right people.”
She also asks, “Who will you solve problems for?”
THIS IS HUGE.
“How do I serve the right people?”
I must tell you. I’m stumped.
I’m bothered by this question, because it hits home. I’m not sure I am serving the right people.
I constantly feel like my talents, traits, experience, etc., are not appreciated.
Don’t get me wrong, I know my boss, coworkers (including my other half), kids, community people, etc., LIKE me well enough.
However, I seem to be spinning my wheels in several areas. I have constantly asked myself who I thought I could help, but never thought about what people thought I could help them.
Now, I want to know.
No, this isn’t a pat-on-the-back session.
I’m in the middle of relaunching some projects and refocusing my life as our baby becomes a 1-year-old toddler next month. I’m 31. I make way less income than others I know of similar talents, which stymies goals I have for my life.
Everything I do hinges on doing my best work for the people who want it.
So, I want to know. What do you think?
However you know me, how do you think I could or do help you? Email me at tasiyagnunpa [at] gmail.com or leave a comment below.
Hell, if you think I come close to helping, but not quite, let me know that, too. That might even be more beneficial for me to hear.