Posts tagged ‘passion’

The Way of the Superior Man – A Quote

I just started reading The Way of the Superior Man, by David Deida. I’m only on page 14, and it’s awesome. In fact, it’s so good that I had to share this quote with you now, rather than wait till I’m finished to include it in a newsletter. This book was written to be directed at men, or more correctly, anyone with a “masculine essence,” but this priceless gem applies to everyone equally, so just go ahead and insert YOURSELF anywhere it says “he,” or “men” or whatever (unless you ARE a “he,” or “men,” or whatever). Check it out:

Continue Reading October 30, 2008 at 7:49 pm 4 comments

Your Job Interview… Does YOUR Job Need to Reapply?

Given many people’s current state of economic affairs, the subject of money, and how best to earn it, is a high priority for more than a few. I want to talk for a moment about the definition of “best” in that last statement. I want to talk about your J-O-B. What has it done for you lately? Is it enriching you not just in your pocket, but in your soul?

Continue Reading October 22, 2008 at 7:54 am 4 comments

How do you know if you’re “following your passion?”

Lately, the phrase “follow your passion,” is one that gets thrown around quite a bit, but the response that often draws from people is, “How do I know what my passion IS?” While that’s a question no one can answer but you, there are clues you can look for. I was just reflecting on this past weekend, and how fast it flew by. Of course everyone knows that “time flies when you’re having fun,” but what if I told you that I had just completed two 12-14 hour work days, and was only wishing I had time for more??

Continue Reading October 2, 2008 at 8:19 am 7 comments


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