Er, uh…..well, if you have to ask…….
Before I take off trying to make some sense of this, the Lanier Upshaw, Inc business website is up and running again, lean and mean. If you have time, check out my post ‘3 Way to Uncover Your Agent’s True Identity’. You will probably think this sure isn’t the Billy we know, but trust me, give it due time as my true colors will start to show.
Now, on to the serious stuff……
If you like food, raise your hand
I do, a lot; if I wasn’t already married, I would probably elope with it. And I pretty much like everything too; there are probably some non-traditional exotic dishes (monkey brains) I might have to draw the line on, but I can plow through just about anything.
Fortunately, I can eat with no dietary or health restrictions to worry about. I’m also active enough to reasonably control my weight; no washboard abs but perfection annoys people anyway, right?
I mention this, because it seems from Thanksgiving through Christmas I really get my ‘eat’ on. Anybody else have that working for them?
What is your passion
Obviously food can be a passion for me and I can also be passionate about music and reading as well. However, it probably suits me better on the consumption side instead of the production side.
The question is, and you read a lot about following your passion, when and where do you decide to change and become a producer? And if you decide to take this step and then it becomes ‘work’, what if the passion quickly wanes?
Maybe it’s like art and best to appreciate from afar, huh?
What is your point
As we approach the end of the year and you think about what you want to accomplish in 2012, are you ready to ask yourself the ‘hard’ questions that maybe you already know the answer? If the answer isn’t what you want to hear, what are you going to do about it?
How much control do you feel you have over your own destiny? If you don’t feel you have that control, what is it going to take to regain it?
Action or reaction?
Does this pizza make my
ass butt look fat?