You hit your twenties and all of a sudden you’re an adult. What does that mean? Your focus is supposed to shift. You’re supposed to be less selfish and more focused on your responsibilities – your career or starting your own family. You conclude “It’s time to put my “silly hobbies” on the backburner.”
…. But will that lead to happiness?
The happy “adults” that I speak to, take pride in their ability to not just work hard but PLAY hard too. They have a knack for carving out time for the little things they REALLY enjoy. The little pleasures that maybe aren’t their PURPOSE for living, but collectively, give their burrito of life just enough hot sauce to make you want another damn burrito. (I’m realizing this metaphor could be lost on people who are not fans of Mexican food, but you get the gist.)
So, where do we begin? Should we just start booking every groupon that peaks our interest? I admit that does sound like an exciting experiment, albeit an expensive one – but I do have some ideas on how you can discover and prioritize your passion projects without squandering your most PRECIOUS and VALUABLE resource. And I don’t mean your money. I mean your TIME!
What to expect in “Passions & Projects Month”:
I’ll disprove your theory that you “don’t have the time” to do something you want to do and we’ll carve out your Passion Hour(s)
How To Create an Authentic Bucketlist
How to Identify Your Passions
What’s the POINT? Expert Enough.
More Doing. Less Consuming. (Learning and Doing, not Playing and Watching)
The Correlation Between Fear & Passion
The Jar of Spontaneity
If you’ve been told that you need to “get your priorities in order” once becoming an adult – that’s sound advice. We all should. But, based on WHOSE values? Society’s? Your mom’s? Or yours? I am CERTAIN that your passion for your projects will spill over into other areas of your life… in a good way. #Letsdothis