Five Important Questions I’d Like to Ask You

Hey there,

Good morning and Happy Sunday to you.

I’m incredibly grateful to have my first day off in almost two months. I’m just as grateful to love what I do for a living because man, if I didn’t, what a tough two months this would have been!

What are you incredibly grateful for on this blessed morning? I’m really asking so I’d love for you to really answer.

WHAT NEXT I’ve been spending a lot of time reflecting these days on where I’ve been, where I am, and where I want to go. This has led me to take a lot of honest inventory and do my best to be brutally honest in all areas of my life.

Yesterday I sat down and asked myself a series of questions that really helped me get “clearer” so I wanted to share them with you in hopes they help you as well.

QUESTION #1 If there were no obstacles, roadblocks, or problems, what do you want your dream to look like in five years?

QUESTION #2 What is your strategy to get from where you are to where you want to go?

QUESTION #3 What trait is your greatest strength in making this happen?

QUESTION #4 What trait is your greatest weakness in preventing this from happening?

QUESTION #5 What are you going to do TODAY to address your greatest weakness?

MY ANSWERS QUESTION #1 – If there were no obstacles, roadblocks, or problems in five years my film Talk Is Cheap has been made and is an overwhelming success – by successful I mean it has helped empower youth from around the world to get even more involved in helping heal our planet.

Also, all students at our acting school in San Francisco attend free of charge because someone out there believes empowering dreamers to step into their voices is a good thing so they’ve underwritten our entire program.

Our acting school in Hawaii is also thriving and all students there are on scholarship as well.

QUESTION #2 – My strategy to get from where I am to where I want to go is to target THE most philanthropic people who are passionate about empowering our youth on the topic of climate change as well as the arts.

Anyone know Tom Steyer or Mark Benioff? They are perfect!

QUESTION #3 – My greatest strength in making this happen is I believe in me so I believe I can do this.

QUESTION #4 – My greatest weakness in preventing this from happening is I am currently spread too thin.

QUESTION #5 –What I’m going to do TODAY to address my greatest weakness is delegate, delegate, delegate.

YOUR ANSWERS I would love to hear from you and what you learned in doing this so please either hit reply or share it with all of us at our Artistic Family Facebook page.

Let’s go make this world better today by making us better, ok?

I’m in.

My love and very best, Jim

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