Find what you love and you’ll work like a MANIAC. You’ll invest new levels of time, energy and money into bringing your vision to life than you ever thought possible.
You’ll frantically navigate the fine line between life-pulsing inspiration and soul-crushing self-doubt…and you’ll learn to love each aspect equally as you honor them as two sides of the creator’s coin.
You will slowly and steadily kill off old habits and time wasters to make room for YOUR work.
You’ll stay in on weekends, caring less about the latest political travesty or celebrity drama, and more about the irreplaceable feeling of fulfilling your potential.
At times, you’ll lose yourself in it.
You’ll lose sense of time and space as the sequential steps for bringing your vision to life seem to effortlessly flow from some internal power that already knows what needs to be done in a fortuitous way.
Equal parts motivation and madness. Equal parts flow and frustration.
And the craziest thing is…you’ll detach from the end result.
You won’t be as concerned with how your work is received, judged or accepted. That’s not up to you anyway.
Because what you learn throughout this life-changing journey is that you were put on this Earth for one reason.
To do YOUR work. To walk YOUR path. To evolve YOUR self in the process.
You’ll realize the reward is internal, totally intangible yet directly entrenched in the person you grow into as you move forward.
This indescribable feeling of being in unbreakable alignment with your purpose as you give life to some inspiration that before you never existed in the physical world is the real prize.
And it’s waiting for all of us to step up and seize it.
So don’t live a life avoiding or dreading work. Instead, find YOUR work.
Ditch the fears and limitations from the past telling you that you can’t (this are lies anyway) and connect with what you LOVE.
I know this post was hot fire, that’s why you’ve read this far.
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