Meet my friend, Tommy Altman…
Tommy had a very successful career in the military, special forces in Iraq. After retiring at a young age he felt a calling toward ministry.
Tommy ended up moving to Las Vegas and became assistant pastor at Verve, helping the lost in Sin City.
But something was missing.
Tommy loved what he was doing but felt there was something more, something particular for him and his gifts, talents and passion, but he couldn’t figure out what it was.
Have you felt like this?
You don’t know what you want, but you know you were made for something else, something better?
All the motivational gurus and certainly the famous “Law of Attraction” say you’re supposed to have this clear, specific, well-articulated goal.
Yeah, but what if you don’t? I get this question all the time.
And I have an answer… and this is exactly what we’re going to cover in The What If Weekend In Vegas, Feb 7-8, 2020.
Here is a simple part of the solution which you can apply right now, and I encourage you to come to the What If Weekend In Vegas.
In short, if you don’t know what you want…
Don’t set a goal; choose a direction.
Goals are specific and you just may not know yet. But, you can choose a direction.
To choose a direction start with what you do know. Write your answers to the following questions:
- What are your gifts?
- What are your talents?
- What is your passion?
- What do you want to change about the world?
- What is fun for you?
- What is your most rewarding professional experience?
When you look at your answers, what comes to mind? Write down all the possible activities that could incorporate most of those answers.
From those, you can discern a direction, and focus all your daily activities in that direction.
And then something magical will happen…
Goals will appear.
And, you will achieve goals you didn’t know you had.
Though I knew in college I wanted to play Carnegie Hall, it wasn’t a goal I wrote down and thought about every day.
I kept moving forward in a direction based on my gifts, talents and passions, translated to daily practices… and the opportunity appeared… as did countless others. I have played there eight times.
During the What If Weekend In Vegas we will look at your answers, discern your goals or direction, get rid of what holds you back, make your plan/life strategy, choose your daily practices to get there, give you more time every day, and share secrets that will streamline your goal achievement.
So, Tommy Altman took my “What IF?” class (then called “Virtuoso”).
He had a gift for drawing, a passion for tattoos, a calling toward ministry, a heart for people, and a purpose to serve marginalized people.
So, Tommy became a world-class tattoo artist with a tattoo business and first-ever ministry to the forgotten world of the “ink” community… and through the What IF system is doing what he loves most!
Please join me for the What IF Weekend In Vegas, Feb 7-8, 2020.
And if you don’t, please follow the steps above and apply them to your life. It will make all the difference in the world.
Live truly, truly live,