Sometimes analytics tell me what’s hot and what’s not. Of late, readers have been hitting this post pretty often and I started wondering if it’s because spring is almost here and people are itching for a change. I know I am. So, when lots of folks start rereading the same post, I follow suit. This morning I decided that rather than write a new article, I wanted new readers (and old ones) to revisit this topic right along with me. Ask three questions – change your life. 🙂

Empty Nest, What's Next? Parenting Adult Children Without Losing Your Mind

Several years ago, I had the wonderful opportunity to travel with a good, good, friend to Italy (for the second time). Looking back, I can describe that trip in a single word. Diverse.

Wherever we walked, we were surprised by the diversity surrounding us. One minute the city walls encircled us, a five-minute walk down the road, we’d encounter lush green hills. Outside, the contrast fluctuated between ancient and modern. Inside, the same. Beautiful. Unique. Amazing. Diverse.

Something for everyone’s tastes and interests to appreciate and feel passionate about.

In a similar way, John Maxwell encourages his audiences to ask three questions of themselves to change their lives by igniting the passion inside of them. Maxwell understands everyone is different (diverse) and he suggests this 1,2,3 step process toward living a life of significance.

1. What do you sing about?

2. What do you cry…

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