The Dalai Lama once said, “The Planet does not need more successful people. The planet desperately needs more peacemakers, healers, restorers, storytellers and lovers of all kinds.”
David Howitt says, “What the planet really needs are successful people, CEOs, influencers, entrepreneurs, and those in commerce who are peacemakers, healers, restorers, storytellers, and lovers of all kinds.”
What It Means to Heed Your Call
Heeding your call means you take a chance on living more authentically–-to fulfill your instinctive desire to be and do more with your life. It is honoring the nudge we all feel at some point to leave our known world––the patterns and programming of our youth. The comfortable job that we are at but that is not fulfilling. The relationship we’re in that satisfies our desire for socioeconomic status and companionship, yet does not feed our soul. Heeding your call means you answer the phone that has been ringing from within you to set out on your unique journey and to become the hero of your own life story.
The 11 Tools for Transformation
Every hero, as they venture through their journey, are provided tools by their mentors and guides. Like Luke Skywalker who was gifted the force and Dorothy who gained courage, these tools support heroes through their challenges, helping them become more wise, fulfilled, and transformed.
We all have the capacity to becomes the heroes of our own life stories. As we each venture from our Known Worlds, we too need tools to guide us through. Heed Your Call gifts us eleven applicable and necessary tools that we can, and should, implement now to support us as we journey through our personal and professional transformations.
You have been invited to heed your call, and now it is up to you to decide where you go from here. You are the result of the choices you make every single day, and what you choose, you become. To choose wisely, be a witness to your thoughts and actions, both positive and negative. Observe each and every one with neutral emotion.
Heed Your Call is a modern-day manifesto that speaks to all of us. It is for the innovator whose creativity is stifled, the job hunter losing hope, the spiritual seeker afraid of financial success, and the professional who no longer feels connected and fulfilled. “Life is not an either/or prospect—you can have it all,” says entrepreneur and author David Howitt.
Armed with an uncanny ability to understand the lifeblood of a fledgling entrepreneur, Howitt, a business mentor who has closely guided companies and Fortune 100 leaders, has a proven track record of helping small business owners distill their passion and use it to grow the brand to its maximum potential, creatively and financially. He shares the stories behind his and others’ unique success and how they’ve achieved such by implementing what he calls 11 Tools For Transformation.
He suggests it is these tools of empathy, trust, empowerment, unity, manifestation, and others that lead us to inner happiness and result in greater abundance, peace and success in our lives.