Isn’t It Time to Do What You Love?

“Curiosity is a way of ordering and indeed paring down the wildness of the world.”  

The Meaning of Life Eludes You in Your Teens, Twenties and at Midlife.

An excerpt from Book One in “The Knowledge Path Series” dedicated to helping you find more meaning and passion in your life.

This could be one of the most important decisions you make in your life.

Whether your are in your mid-forties, or have a new family, or in your early twenties, or about to retire.

Your opportunities are not just for lucrative new jobs, entrepreneurial ventures, but for a real change in lifestyle:

Technology advances will allow you to live in a place you might not have considered

Business, career and real estate opportunities are likely to be much stronger as the economy recovers.

Don’t overlook resort towns and upscale urban centers filled with people who bring out the best in you.

So, why not take advantage of emerging opportunities before everyone else does?

You’re smart.

You’re savvy.

Isn’t it time for you to what you love?

To follow your passions?

So why not start today?

Life

When you’re in your teens and twenties you want to fit in.

You seek comfort during the “school-to-work” transition by chilling with your age group.

You’re certain you know how the world works.

Ask any parent or teacher!

You’ve joined the adults.

You’ve got a job or figured out how to freelance and work on your own.

You no longer live with roomies of the same sex.

One by one they move to places of their own with significant others.

Have you found your soul mate?

Will you find the love of your life?

How long should you date before popping the question?

Have you become so comfortable with each other that finding someone else is just too hard, so you settle?

As you grow older the meaning of life eludes you.

Suddenly you’re at the end of your 20s.

Pressure mounts.

Are you making enough money?

You ask yourself, “Where are these gigs taking me?”

Reality chips away at your certainty.

But, every now and then you encounter moments when everything adds up.

You savor brief moments at the intersection of imagination and reality, of connection and possibility.

That is if you are curious.

“Curiosity is a way of ordering and indeed paring down the wildness of the world.”

Nicholson Baker, “The Way the World Works.”

And each encounter, like a dance with both experience and memory, defines who we are.

Steps:

(1) Jump out of your rut and take a new path

 

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