October 2011

Hey, hope your week has been full of growth and excitement.

I just wrapped up the first day of a mastermind I’m attending in Las Vegas, and it’s been really transformative. To be honest, I’m not a big fan of Vegas (I can only handle it in small doses). But coming here and getting advice and conspiring with other market leaders makes it all worth it.

So, it’s kind of fitting that I’m writing this to you right now being at this event.

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[Note: In case you’re just joining the saga, this is a follow up to this post, in which I asked people for interest in something I was thinking about creating. The overwhelming response was “Yes! Do it.” It seems like something like this has been missing for a while.]

It takes me a long time to learn things.

Repetition is the mother of learning I think they say (whoever “they” are).

But it seems like I learn things at a lower pace than most people.

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Note: I was blown away by the response to this post earlier this week. I guess it’s really worth it to put yourself out there. This is a follow-up to that post.

I know I left us at a bit of a cliffhanger in the previous post. Hopefully it hasn’t been keeping you up at night. (And if it has, sorry about that. I owe you some warm milk.)

When we last left off we were discussing vulnerability and the possibility of me doing something that could be really big and significant.

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Most articles are conventional and safe. This is not one of them.

I want to share with you something that most people shy away from talking about.

The reason is, I’m two weeks into my twenty sixth year on this beautiful place called earth, and one of my goals is to be more transparent and open with everything in my life.

And a big part of that is doing that in this space, right here.

Here it goes…

One of the biggest challenges I’ve faced in the last year is approaching my work from a place of love and expansion, in the present moment.

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Why Quitting Your Job Won’t Solve All Your Problems

There’s been a lot of energy and conversation lately around the topics of lifestyle design and following your passion.

Some people will tell you that quitting your job and doing what you love is a panacea for all of life’s problems. It’s the cure for what’s ailing the stressed out, overworked, and underengaged human.

The truth is obvious: quitting your job will definitely not solve all of your problems. Just as finding your One True Love, or the One True Religion won’t magically make all of your problems go away either.

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