Why We Do What We Do

writer_on_beach.jpgWe have all seen or heard about people in certain professions who really aren’t suited for it. REALLY AREN’T SUITED FOR IT! Examples coming to mind are the elementary school teacher who hates kids or the bank teller who can’t balance her check book. No one is coming to mind specifically, so if you fit into either of those categories, we’re not singling you out.

What about the people who excel at their jobs and love every minute of the day? They seem to get up in the morning excited to be alive and can’t wait to see what the day will bring! Think about the Youth Minister: whatever comes his way, he can handle because he knows God has given him the skill set to match all challenges. And yes, Todd, we are referring to you.

It is only when we can match our passion with our skill set  do we really begin to flourish. REALLY BEGIN TO FLOURISH! Only when we learn what our passion is actually is complemented and contingent upon our skill set, do we know in our hearts what God is calling us to do.

When I was 16-years-old, I was involved in a major automobile “accident” and as a result, suffered a traumatic brain injury or TBI. After 4 weeks in a coma, I began to emerge only to find myself unable to walk or talk. About two months after the wreck, I gained the ability to walk a few cautious steps, and roughly two weeks later, I was finally able to speak.

Almost two decades later (and many thousands of dollars spent on rehabilitation, hospitals, doctors and schools) I have finally learned my skill set. Majoring in English and Journalism, we, at On the Mark Writing, learned not only what to write, but also we learned how to write to be understood on the first read.

If you have trouble conveying your thoughts into words so they can be understood by the masses, why not get someone to help you? What is your most precious commodity? TIME! Let On the Mark Writing save you time by giving you the security of knowing that what you’ve written is grammatically correct and, more importantly, has the proper flow.

How ’bout it?

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One Comment on “Why We Do What We Do”

  1. Dianne Says:

    Just stopped in to view my states on WordPress and saw this interesting title you have. I wish you had written more. The first thing I stopped to read was about your TBI. After my long journey with my son, it was a focal point to me to read what you had experienced. I’d like to read more of your accident sometime, if you ever write about it in detail.

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