I watched this video some time ago at a point where I had resigned from my practice and I was struggling to get a sense of "me" with regards to work.
We all have many titles, many jobs, many personalities which contribute to our whole being but do any give us a true sense of " work me"?
I wasn't really sure who "work me" was any more...
I pondered and pondered, over and over, what it meant to be " work me"
And then I saw this video:
It wasn't the lyrics
But the titles the actors hung from their necks
That caught my attention.
Each one defined simply by a single word, a single role, a single job.
And it came to me;
And then I forgot and carried on pondering and wondering until I decided that general practice was right for me and right for my family at this moment in time: I made peace with this decision... or so I thought.
Last week I stumbled across the advert for my perfect job -
A job I feel like me in, a job which makes me feel whole -
And I was sent into a bit of a head spin about what to do.
But then I remembered this video and I was reminded that no door is closed.
Doors of opportunity remain open before me:
To make your mistakes than to live without knowing
To fall on your face than to stay on your feet
as long, long, long
as you tried your best"
So maybe I should apply
But I'm nervous;
What if it is the wrong decision for me and for my family?
But then, if I don't apply I will "live without knowing" if it's right or wrong...
And the job or role that hangs comfortable around my neck?
It's time to move forward...