It is common to think that we are defined by what we do:
Doing –> Being
The problem then becomes: What should we do to be the person we want to be?
This leads to a lifetime trying to do the right thing, so we might be who we think we should be.
In the end, it’s simpler to let who we are determine what we do.
Being –> Doing
The problem then becomes: Who are we?
Work on living from Being not Doing.
When we live who we truly are, the doing becomes easy—an extension of our being.
Photo attribution: Wikipedia, and Flickr users carlosbarros666 and stevegarfield