Filling in the blanks

The thing I love most about what I do is: the driving point that I am helping others as I help myself.


People might be surprised to know that: I often  answer questions in some sort of  abstract sense that would require a lot of time to concretize it/them.


The most important thing I’ve ever learned is that:


success is great ‘and’ significance is lasting.
The secret to happiness is: serving your purpose.


My best ever outfit consisted of: myself, my thoughts, and my experiences.


The soundtrack to my life would include:


songs of love, inspiration, and praises.
If I were the most powerful person on earth:


I would share my power to the powerless.
The best thing about family is that:


it remains intact despite the odds.
If money were not a problem: then achieving my goals and serving my purpose can be expedited.


When I retire, I would like to: invest time and days with my family.


The thing that makes my life worth living is:.


serving my purpose
My greatest hope for the future is to: live in the present.


My favorite moments are when:


I am in communion with myself, music and nature.
My most embarrassing moment was: when I was trying to be somebody else.


I’m saving up: for my future.


My biggest indulgence is: life


My 5 favorite  words are: live, love, learn, thank, share.


I aspire to be: Man of purpose


My Superhero: Myself and the Lord


The worst thing that ever happened to me was that: I  magnified chaos.


And what this taught me was: to look into what such chaos portrays in the opposite sense.


The thing that makes me most angry is: chaos


When I’m gone, they’ll probably say: Thank you


My current state of mind is: Okay


On weekends, some of the things I do are: relaxing (swimming, playing games, singing), indulging in personal development activities (reading, writing, joining worthwhile meetings), venturing on entrepreneurial dialogs/encounters, and investing time with the Lord.


If I were invisible for a day, I would: explore the difference between being visible and invisible.


The best thing somebody said about me was: ‘continue to be a blessing’


Published by Chris Dao-anis

I help Filipino coaches, trainers & speakers deliver impactful presentations and write books to further reach and credibility.

4 thoughts on “Filling in the blanks

  1. You are really inspiring.

    Blog like this are really helpful to individuals that are finding there purpose in life, just like me. I am in the middle of cross-road now. It seems like everything is floating in my life. And I don’t know where the what should land.

    I have done something in the past that have really affected the something that I really most wanted to do in my life. And this something is the first step in leading me to my purpose. But I don’t know if this something will ever be given to me. Sometimes I am hopeful, other times I am afraid.

    Indeed continue to be a blessing to others.

    Thanks for your post.

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